A new woman in his life? Greg Inglis posts gushing tribute to blonde ‘girlfriend’ after ‘splitting’ from wife of eight years Sally Robinson
- Greg Inglis is alleged to have split from his wife Sally Robinson months ago
- NRL star is believed to have moved on with another woman, Alyse Caccamo
- He uploaded images of his children and Alyse to his social media page
- Alongside the image Inglis wrote ‘the most important people in my life’
South Sydney Rabbitohs player Greg Inglis has split from his wife Sally Robinson and has moved on with another woman, it’s been reported.
It’s understood the 32-year-old NRL legend parted ways with his wife of eight years a few months ago.
He is reported to have recently moved on with a new girlfriend, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Greg Inglis (pictured left) has reportedly moved on with another woman, Alyse Caccamo (pictured right)
The former Melbourne Storm player’s alleged new girlfriend is understood to be Alyse Caccamo, who works in events for the National Rugby League.
Inglis appeared to confirm his new relationship status with a telling Instagram post he uploaded to his feed on March 1.
Alongside images of his children and his new girlfriend Alyse, Inglis wrote: ‘The most important [people] in my life.’
He then added ‘lpve [sic] you Alyse,’ appearing to make a public declaration of his feelings, despite the presumed spelling error.
Inglis shared a social media post and captioned it ‘the most important ppl in my life’ (Post pictured)
Inglis’ alleged new girlfriend is believed to be Alyse Caccamo (pictured) who works in events for the National Rugby League
Notably, Ms Robinson is absent from the images.
According to the publication, Ms Robinson had shared post to her own Instagram account last month.
Alongside an image of a group of friends, she wrote: ‘Our Vday is hotter than yours’.
It’s believed to be the second time that Inglis and Robinson have split up.
It’s thought the former couple, who have two children together, had taken time apart back in 2017.
At the time of the alleged break, Ms Robinson moved out of the home they shared to be closer to her family in Brisbane.
Inglis(pictured left) and Robinson (pictured right) announced their engagement in June 2010 and married the same year
Inglis is thought to have stayed in Sydney.
The couple had met when Inglis was a teenager.
They announced their engagement in June 2010 and married the same year in December.
In the year prior, Inglis had been charged with recklessly causing injury and unlawful assault against Robinson.
But he avoided a conviction after the charge was dropped. Inglis agreed to attend a behavioural change program and pay $3000 to a women’s health organisation.