Terry and wife return from Dubai

Terry and wife return from Dubai

Sacked England captain John Terry arrived back in the UK hand-in-hand with his wife tonight.

Toni Terry had fled to Dubai following allegations her husband had an affair with lingerie model.

The Chelsea captain flew to see her last Thursday following the claims of a relationship with Vanessa Perroncel, the ex-partner of England team-mate Wayne Bridge.

The Terrys arrived at Heathrow tonight with their two children.

Terry, 29, had been allowed to miss Chelsea’s FA Cup match against Cardiff on Saturday to take some time off after headlines relating to his private life were splashed across the papers.

He was pictured kissing and cuddling his wife as the couple relaxed by the pool of a five-star hotel in Dubai.

Speaking to Saturday’s edition of The Sun, John Terry said: “We know how we feel about each other and that is the main thing. Our relationship has never been knocked down. We’re just so in love.”

Toni said: “We’re very strong as a couple – always have been. John came over to see me and the kids and enjoy a few days in the hot weather.”

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