After the excitement of last year's Rugby World Cup, life in London has not calmed down for Casey Green and Ali Williams.

Former All Black Williams is going from strength to strength with his career after his professional rugby playing days. The 77-test veteran was recently named as part of the BBC's presenting team for the upcoming Six Nations. Last year he had a commentating gig at the Rugby World Cup.

And Green has launched a fulltime career as a health and wellness coach, offering online and face-to-face services to her clients.

On her company's website - - Green writes: "Currently based in London, I am the mother of a demanding toddler and wife of a former All Black rugby player - both of whom require constant nutritional feeding.


"Living abroad and being without my fitness studios, I am more passionate than ever in my drive to help people reach their health and well-being goals. So now I work online - where I can reach my clients all around the world."

She adds: "Over the years, I helped hundreds of women and men achieve their ideal weight goals and increase their fitness capabilities.

"Whether it's helping to blast stubborn belly fat, providing bespoke nutritional plans or guidance for de-stressing your life, corporate wellness or even supporting new mums with post-natal depression (I have been there) I'm here to help you fall in love with your body - and life - again."

Talking to Spy from her UK base, the former WAG said she was also working on a wellness book to be titled The Green Guide.

She didn't have to go far to look for motivation to succeed in the business world.

"Ali has hit the ground running in London," she said. "He's busy finding his feet after rugby. Last night he was in Manchester, this morning he's in Monaco and tomorrow he flies to Hong Kong. That man and his ambition/work ethic are a daily inspiration for me."