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Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney’s ‘unnecessary’ trial slammed by Lorraine Kelly after Peter Andre’s ‘chipolata’ is brought up

Lorraine Kelly has expressed her disapproval of the ongoing Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney trial, dubbing the so-called ‘Wagatha Christie’ case ‘unnecessary’.

This week, Vardy was questioned over an interview she once gave about an alleged sexual encounter with Peter Andre, with the article recalling how she referred to the singer’s ‘miniature chipolata’.

The trial is underway three years after Rooney – who’s married to former professional footballer Wayne Rooney – accused Vardy – who’s married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy – of leaking ‘false stories’ about her private life to the media.

On Wednesday’s Lorraine, the day after the trial began at the Royal Courts of Justice, the presenter addressed the report that the case is costing an estimated £3million, remarking that the lawyers ‘are going to get very rich’.

‘I just wonder, could the two of them not just have sat down over a bottle of prosecco and sorted it out instead of all this?’ she quipped, dubbing the unravelling of events as ‘unnecessary’.

Explaining that Vardy has ‘talked about her respect of privacy’, Kelly said: ‘Coleen’s lawyer referred to a newspaper interview. She gave details of a sexual encounter with pop star Peter Andre that he’s not going to be very happy about, I wouldn’t have thought.’

Kelly thought the pair should have just sat down with a bottle of prosecco (Picture: ITV)

In the trial, Vardy repeatedly denied leaking information about Rooney to newspapers while being cross-examined by her fellow WAG’s barrister.

Barrister David Sherborne questioned Vardy about an interview she gave to the News Of The World, in which she reportedly detailed an alleged sexual encounter with Mysterious Girl singer Andre.

Sherborne read excerpts from the article, in which it was claimed Andre had managed ‘just five minutes of sex with Rebekah’ and where she said he had ‘the smallest trouser equipment I’ve ever seen’ that was like a ‘miniature chipolata’.

When Vardy was asked if it was ‘respectful’ that the alleged encounter was shared with a newspaper, she replied: ‘I was forced into a situation by my ex-husband to do this.

She added: ‘It is something that I deeply regret… It is not nice to read and I understand why this is being used and to me this is mudslinging and I was also threatened with mudslinging by Mrs Rooney’s team,’ stating that the ‘circumstances around it were completely different’.

Lorraine airs weekdays from 9am on ITV.

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