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Rebekah Vardy in tears as she thanks husband Jamie Vardy for support throughout Wagatha Christie trial

Rebekah Vardy struggles to contain her emotions during her first TV interview following Wagahta Christie (Picture: TalkTV)

Rebekah Vardy is overcome with emotion as she reflects on her husband Jamie Vardy’s support following her Wagatha Christie libel trial against Coleen Rooney.

The WAG wipes away her tears during her first television interview, which is helmed by TalkTV’s Kate McCann and is set to air tonight, when she’s asked what she’d say to her husband of six years.

Immediately bowing her head after hearing the question, Rebekah responds by saying ‘you’re going to make me cry’.

She then regains her composure, before adding: ‘I don’t know, it’s a tough one, it’s quite a private one as well.

‘I think it would just probably be “thank you for just supporting me through everything”.’

She continues: ‘Not just him, but the kids.

Rebekah thanks her husband for his support during the bombshell interview (Picture: TalkTV)

Rebekah has denied claims she leaked false stories about Coleen to the press, after she was originally accused of doing so in October 2019.

Coleen first claimed that Rebekah had leaked stories about her after conducting a ‘sting operation’ for several months, before making her accusation in a lengthy statement published on social media.

Rebekah vehemently denied the claims, proceeding to sue Coleen – who’s married to retired professional footballer Wayne Rooney – for libel.

In her ruling, Justice Steyn said it was ‘likely’ that Vardy’s agent at the time, Caroline Watt, ‘undertook the direct act’ of passing the information to The Sun.

But she added: ‘Nonetheless, the evidence … clearly shows, in my view, that Mrs Vardy knew of and condoned this behaviour, actively engaging in it by directing Ms Watt to the private Instagram account, sending her screenshots of Mrs Rooney’s posts, drawing attention to items of potential interest to the press, and answering additional queries raised by the press via Ms Watt.’

The judge said: ‘In my judgment, the conclusions that I have reached as to the extent to which the claimant engaged in disclosing to The Sun information to which she only had access as a permitted follower of an Instagram account which she knew, and Mrs Rooney repeatedly asserted, was private, suffice to show the single meaning is substantially true.’

It seems as though Rebekah’s bombshell TalkTV interview with the network is set to be an emotional one with another preview showing her getting upset while stressing once again that she ‘did not do it’.

Rebekah Vardy: Coleen and Me airs tonight at 7pm on TalkTV.

Credit: Source

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