Former Big Brother contestant Thomas, 28, has been the most talked about woman in the country for the past few weeks since it emerged a high-profile football player had won a gagging order to prevent details of their affair becoming public.
But Ryan Giggs was exposed as the star who had obtained the High Court injunction when Liberal Democrat MPJohn Hemming used Parliamentary privilege to reveal the Manchester United winger had been named on Twitter.
Good bet: Imogen Thomas in a United shirt for bookie Paddy Power ahead of the Champions League final
And as 37-year-old Giggs, married with two children, turned out for United against Juventus in Gary Neville's testimonial, Thomas put on a Red Devils kit in a promotion for bookmakerPaddy Power ahead of the Champions League final.
United take on Catalan giants Barcelona at Wembley on Saturday evening and boss Sir Alex Ferguson has already laid down an early marker to make sure his preparations are not interrupted.
Big night: Ryan Giggs in action for Manchester United in Gary Neville's testimonial against Juventus
Scot Ferguson attempted to impose his own gagging order on a journalist who dared to ask him about Giggs at Monday's press conference.
The Old Trafford chief reacted with disdain when Associated Press reporter Rob Harris asked him how important Giggs would be against Barcelona at Wembley on Saturday.
Ferguson vowed to ban Harris from Friday's media day but he has no such powers as the conference falls under UEFA's jurisdiction and they will decide who can and cannot attend.
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