Following reports of marital woes with wife Chloe Madeley, former rugby champ James Haskell has ditched his wedding ring again for a third time while enjoying a boozy lunch in Paris with his pals.
Sharing snaps of the lunch to his Instagram, James, 38, showed he had been out with a number of his former teammates, including close pal Mike Tindall, 44, with whom he has been watching the rugby World Cup.
The close friends were join by a number of their former teammates, with James penning the caption: "As lunches go this was a mega one!
"You know its going to be big when @justinmarshallnz9 @johnsmitty1978 @schalkbrits @hanyani_shimange @dannycare9 all turn up."
James's wedding ring was noticeably absent from the snap, as it was from photos he shared just a couple of days earlier.
Chloe, 36, has also been photographed without her wedding ring recently, as she appeared to ditch the accessory after James was snapped chatting to a mystery blonde as he left Chiltern Firehouse in West London in the early hours following a night out.
The fitness influencer has since posted a cryptic message to Instagram where she said that she has been feeling "lucky every day."
Sharing an adorable snap of her one year old daughter Bodhi, whom she shares with James, to her Instagram stories, Chloe penned: “I think about how lucky I am every day. Especially after the last few weeks. I'm sure I'm not alone in that. Count your blessings."
Since Chloe and James's marriage hit the headlines a source has revealed to OK! that Chloe has been leaning on her parents, TV presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan.
The insider told us: "Chloe is leaning very heavily on her mum and dad. They’re very, very close and very supportive and they don’t want her to be unhappy.
"Her mum and dad are really involved in their lives together, especially since they became grandparents to Bodhi. They’re really hands-on."
They continued: "Richard especially isn’t happy at all with the way James has been conducting himself – he’s going to be having words with him about his behaviour.
"As a father, he wants the best for his daughter and he won’t be afraid to make his feelings heard. Judy also lives and breathes for her children and you don’t want to mess with her when it comes to her kids."
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