Alex McKinnon’s estranged wife Teigan appears to celebrate moving into own place after their split

Alex McKinnon’s estranged wife Teigan celebrates moving into her own place after the NRL couple’s shock split

Former Newcastle Knights star Alex McKinnon and his wife Teigan recently split after five years of marriage.

And on Tuesday, Teigan celebrated moving into her own place after the NRL couple’s shock split.

The mother-of-three shared a video to Instagram of herself dancing in front of the mirror and eating a chocolate bar while surrounded by boxes.

Alex McKinnon's estranged wife Teigan (pictured) has celebrated moving into her own place after the NRL couple's shock split

Alex McKinnon’s estranged wife Teigan (pictured) has celebrated moving into her own place after the NRL couple’s shock split 

‘Packing feels brought to you by Cadbury,’ she captioned the post.

Teigan looked stylish in blue jeans and a black shirt as she threw her hands in the air and danced in front of the mirror.

Alex and his high school sweetheart Teigan split after five years of marriage and three children together.

The former WAG seen here with her estranged husband Alex

 The former WAG seen here with her estranged husband Alex

The couple, who share three children together, separated in January after 12 years together.

The split is amicable and they are committed to co-parenting their children, twins Audrey Jill and Violet John, and eldest daughter Harriet.

Alex had proposed to his high school sweetheart from his hospital bed just days after his promising NRL career was cut short in March 2014, when he suffered a devastating spinal cord injury during a round-three match against Melbourne Storm.

The couple, who share three children together, separated in January after 12 years together

The couple, who share three children together, separated in January after 12 years together 

He suffered fractures to his C4 and C5 vertebrae after a dangerous tackle close to half-time and was left a quadriplegic.

Alex and Teigan tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in the NSW Hunter Valley in October 2017 and welcomed Harriet into the world one day before their first wedding anniversary the following year.

McKinnon had promised his bride that he would rise from his wheelchair when he popped the question, and he did just that at their wedding.

The split is amicable and they are committed to co-parenting their children, twins Audrey Jill and Violet John, and eldest daughter Harriet

The split is amicable and they are committed to co-parenting their children, twins Audrey Jill and Violet John, and eldest daughter Harriet 

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