Roy Keane is sending his 1.9 million followers on Instagram – including Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher – to hysteria by honoring the birthday of his “first wife” Teresa… by cutting her out of the photo and making her spin on him!
- Roy Keane uploaded another hilarious Instagram post about his wife, Teresa
- The former soccer player posted a picture of the couple on his wife’s birthday
- But Kane cut it out of the picture and made the post spin around
- He also described Manchester United legend Teresa as his ‘first wife’.
- The couple have been married since 1997 and have five children together
Roy Keane on Wednesday uploaded a merry Christmas to his Instagram for his first wife, Teresa — by making the post spin on his own.
The former Manchester United captain put up a picture of him and his wife as part of the post, but cut half of her body out of the picture leaving only the retired Irish footballer staring at the camera.
Referring to Teresa as his ‘first wife’ – even though the couple have been happily married for nearly 25 years – was considered by her 1.9 million Instagram followers, including Sky Sports critics Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards.
Roy Keane (left) paid tribute to his wife Teresa (right) – by deleting her from a birthday post on Instagram
Kane also sent his Instagram followers into hysteria by referring to her as his ‘first wife’.
All three former footballers, who work alongside Kane at Sky Sports, responded with laughing emojis as the post went viral.
The usually outspoken Ken opened up his life to the world by joining Instagram earlier this year, and his hilarious posts on social media have been enjoyed by fans.
The uploads include photos of him drunk while on international duty with Ireland along with more upbeat photos of him and his family. Ken and his wife, Teresa, have been married since 1997 and have five children together.
Ken has been on Instagram for the past year and opened up his life to 1.9 million followers
Earlier this year, Kane opened up about how he got on Instagram, revealing that his teenage daughter had convinced him to join the popular social networking site.
“My youngest daughter, she said, ‘Listen, Dad, we’re in a closed position, can you do that for a laugh?'” said Ken. “
“I sat at the kitchen table with my 16-year-old daughter and said ‘Come on, yeah, let’s do this for a laugh’ for a bit of fun.
– She’s my daughter, but I’ve met people who said to me, “Who’s your team? Where is your team?” And I went, “Where’s my team?” Like I have a team.
And I thought, “Well, I have a team working in New York and London.” Me and my 16 year old daughter, she is the CEO. Well, we say managing it, like, ‘Can we make a picture, let’s paint a picture today,’ is that its management? “
But the situation is different, with other people taking pictures of Keane, who admitted in an interview with Gary Neville on his Overlap YouTube channel that she does not like fans to come to him and ask him for pictures of him.
Ken (right) and his wife (second from right) have been happily married for nearly 25 years
Kane admitted in an interview earlier this year that he doesn’t like being in the public eye
“Being in the public eye, I hate it,” he said earlier this year. ‘I hate that. People can be polite or stick a phone (up) and follow you on camera and then people think you’re rude. I’m rude and are you coming?
“I bumped into a United fan that day and he showed me his tattoo and said ‘OK, bye’ and then carried on. That’s a proper fan. People who invade you with your phone or (sign) their shirts, you’re just annoying.
“I think it’s because people are busy and they see you as a person in the public eye and it’s like, ‘Can I have a piece of you? ‘ or ‘Can you sign that?’ Even City fans come in and want a picture. You want a picture of me? Why?
“For me it’s a busy thing. It’s not a respectable thing. People who respect you leave you alone.
Among Keane’s Instagram followers is fellow Sky Sports Micah Richards (right)