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Riyad Mahrez’s WAG Taylor Ward moans she is ‘going to be the biggest tramp’ because she can’t wear nails or lashes after moving with him to Saudi Arabia in new Amazon documentary


Riyad Mahrez‘s wife Taylor Ward complained she was ‘going to be the biggest tramp’ because she couldn’t wear nails or lashes after moving to Saudi Arabia. 

The 26-year-old, who is the daughter of Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn and former Premier League player Ashley, admitted her struggles with acclimatising to the culture in the Middle East following her husband’s shock move. 

It was revealed in a new Amazon documentary that Ward was in the midst of preparing for her wedding with Mahrez before his transfer was announced, which turned her life upside down as they had to leave her hometown of Manchester. 

She told her friends while looking round a wedding venue: ‘No lashes, no nails, I’m going to be the biggest tramp when I come home you’re not even going to recognise me.’

The British model also said she had a ‘freak out’ after the hotel in Saudi Arabia told her that only men could use the swimming pool – even though she doesn’t like swimming or getting her hair wet.

Former Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez celebrates with his wife Taylor Ward and their young daughter Mila

Former Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez celebrates with his wife Taylor Ward and their young daughter Mila

Riyad Mahrez and his partner Taylor Ward (left) feature in the new fly-on-the-wall football documentary

Riyad Mahrez and his partner Taylor Ward (left) feature in the new fly-on-the-wall football documentary

Ward (pictured) opens up about being given the news by her husband that they were leaving her hometown of Manchester

Ward (pictured) opens up about being given the news by her husband that they were leaving her hometown of Manchester

Married To The Game, which was released on Amazon today, has given access to the lives of wives and girlfriends of some of the biggest names in football, including Mahrez, Ilkay Gundogan and Arsenal star Jorginho to name a few.

Within the first two episodes, viewers are given a glimpse of Ward’s leaving bash which she threw for Mahrez when he departed City to join Al-Ahli in Saudi Arabia last summer.

Throughout the series, Ward opens up about not wanting to move to Saudi Arabia – including how challenging it was to find a house and her shock over the change in cultures. 

Ward reveals in episode one: ‘I’ve said to Riyadh from the beginning, the thing that scares me the most is him moving abroad. I’ve always lived in Manchester. 

‘Luckily Riyadh plays in Manchester so I’ve never had to move away, my biggest fear is having to move to a different country, make new friends be away from my family.’

But later on in the episode, Mahrez’s move to Saudi Arabia is confirmed and Ward’s life is thrown upside down as she plans to leave Manchester with their daughter Mila.

She explains: ‘I just found out the news that we are moving so this obviously wasn’t planned for. Riyadh’s already gone, me and Mila obviously still here in Manchester at the moment but its not going to be long before we move.

'No lashes, no nails, I'm going to be the biggest tramp when I come home you're not even going to recognise me,' she tells friends while looking round a wedding venue

‘No lashes, no nails, I’m going to be the biggest tramp when I come home you’re not even going to recognise me,’ she tells friends while looking round a wedding venue

Ward (centre) was in the midst of preparing for her wedding with Mahrez before his transfer was announced

Ward (centre) was in the midst of preparing for her wedding with Mahrez before his transfer was announced 

Ward (pictured) discusses throwing a lavish party for her partner Mahrez when he chose to leave England to move to Saudi Arabia

Ward (pictured) discusses throwing a lavish party for her partner Mahrez when he chose to leave England to move to Saudi Arabia

‘I suppose that’s the brutal thing about football. There is literally no warning. There’s just so much to think about and I’ve not even had a minute to comprehend the news never mind start organising everything and work out a plan going forward.’ 

‘Most people when they move, they’ve planned to move or they want to move so they think about these things before they do it but that’s not the case for us it’s like literally just been thrown on me. Never thought this is the situation we’d be in.’

The British model was in the midst of preparing for her wedding with Mahrez, but the winger’s shock move to the Middle East caused a change of plans as she revealed how she wanted to lay on a separate party to celebrate his happy memories in England. 

While prepping for Mahrez’s leaving party she admits to having a ‘freak out’ after the hotel in Saudi Arabia told her that only men could use the swimming pool.

She explains: ‘I had a bit of a meltdown. It kinda just hit me. I know it’s stupid I don’t even like swimming, I don’t like getting my hair wet.

‘I’m not even bothered about swimming, it’s just the reality check, you’re not moving to Spain or somewhere – it’s a very different way of living. 

‘I didn’t even realise when Riyadh first told me that you couldn’t drink over there.’

Breaking down into tears, she adds: ‘I just feel like everyone’s going to be all over the place. It’s going to be so hard. Life’s going to be so different. It’s not that I don’t like it, I just don’t have a choice.’

Ward later reveals that Mahrez is living in a hotel because they haven’t found a new home. ‘He didn’t want us to go out there when we’re in a really small hotel room – it’s too hot at the moment to go outside,’ she says.

‘And obviously we don’t really know the area. So I’m just going to go back and forth for a bit until we’ve got somewhere stable to move.

Ward is the daughter of Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn and former Premier League player Ashley

Ward is the daughter of Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn and former Premier League player Ashley

Riyad Mahrez and Taylor Ward's daughter was seen playing with her mum's Louis Vuitton bag

Riyad Mahrez and Taylor Ward’s daughter was seen playing with her mum’s Louis Vuitton bag

Ward can be seen holding her daughter as she packs for their move to Saudi Arabia

Ward can be seen holding her daughter as she packs for their move to Saudi Arabia 

‘I don’t think people understand the stress of it. I think it’s a lot easier for the boys than it is for us. They move to Saudi, they move into a football club, they’ve got friends.

‘For me for example you literally have to start all over again in a different country or place where you don’t know anyone and it’s not always easy just to make friends and adapt.’

The British model was in the midst of preparing for her wedding with Mahrez, but the winger’s shock move to the Middle East caused a change of plans as she revealed how she wanted to lay on a separate party to celebrate his happy memories in England.

In episode two, she opens up about being given the news by her husband that they were leaving her hometown of Manchester. ‘Riyadh rang me and basically said we’re moving to Saudi which is wild,’ she said.

‘When he rang me to tell me the news, it was already out in the press. Everyone knew, I had people texting me, even close friends saying I can’t believe you haven’t told me.

‘I found out same time as everyone else I had no idea. Literally turned my phone off for two days.

‘I can’t tell people the news when I haven’t comprehended it myself, it was such a shock. It was so stressful. We haven’t even got a house, I don’t know where we’re going to be living, I’ve never even been to Saudi Arabia.’

While prepping for Mahrez’s leaving party she admits to having a ‘freak out’ after the hotel in Saudi Arabia told her that only men could use the swimming pool.

She explains: ‘I had a bit of a meltdown. It kinda just hit me. I know it’s stupid I don’t even like swimming, I don’t like getting my hair wet.

‘I’m not even bothered about swimming, it’s just the reality check, you’re not moving to Spain or somewhere – it’s a very different way of living. I didn’t even realise when Riyadh first told me that you couldn’t drink over there.’



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