Chelsea legend John Terry takes cheeky dig at wife as she flaunts killer bikini abs

Former Chelsea captain John Terry and his wife Toni are enjoying some down time on holiday in Turkey. She shared a bikini snap on Instagram, to which Terry sarcastically responded with a cheeky comment

Posted Tuesday, October 26, 2021 by

Chelsea legend John Terry took a cheeky dig at his wife Toni after she shared a photo showing off her abs while wearing a bikini.

Terry, who is currently without a job in football, is making the most of the time off as he and Toni have jetted away to Turkey together.

The holiday has given his 40-year-old wife the perfect excuse to show off the results of her regular gym sessions to her more than 350k Instagram followers.

She uploaded a snap of herself donning a black two piece and staring out to sea with her toned physique on full display.

Chelsea legend John Terry takes cheeky dig at wife as she flaunts killer bikini abs
Toni Terry captioned the photo 'October sunshine' before husband John wrote a cheeky response

The former Blues captain sarcastically replied: "You have let yourself go babe... Time to get back in the gym" with a series of emojis.

Toni responded with a laughing and heart emoji of her own.

She's since shared a pic of JT taking his turn to pose for the camera.

An image of him wearing just a towel while chilling on a balcony was captioned: "What a view this morning [heart eye emoji]"

The pair have been married for 14 years and were childhood sweethearts long before Terry's successful career with Chelsea and England.

Toni's Insta feed is packed with mostly bikini pics and workout snaps or videos, which John often comments on.

Terry is unemployed at present after leaving his assistant head coach role to Dean Smith at Aston Villa in July of this year.

He'd worked alongside the Villa boss for nearly three years after transitioning from player with the Midlands club to his first coaching role.

Reports have suggested he made the move to free himself up should an appropriate managerial role come available.

He was said to be open to succeeding Chris Hughton at Championship club Nottingham Forest in September. However, the job was given to ex-Swansea boss Steve Cooper instead.



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