Rebecca Vardy watched her husband Jamie play for Leicester City against Southampton FC at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The 40-year-old WAG kept things casual in a black zip-up cardigan, showing off her perky waist with a matching belt as her partner’s team lost the match 2-1.
His appearance came after his loss in the ‘Wagatha Christie’ defamation case, in which he was accused by Colin Rooney of leaking ‘false stories’ to the media.
Support: Rebecca Vardy watched her husband Jamie play for Leicester City against Southampton FC at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here campmate wore black trousers and accessorised with match-coordinating sunglasses as she made a dramatic appearance.
It comes after friends of her agent Caroline Watt accused Rebecca of acting ‘ruthless’ and ‘self-centred’.
They said Caroline’s mental health struggles were ignored when talking about herself in the context of the Wagatha Christie case.
The battle between the two WAGs began in October 2019, when Colin posted allegations that Rebekah was leaking stories to the press from her private Instagram.
Looking good: The WAG, 40, kept things casual in a tight black zip-up cardigan as she showed off her perky waist with a matching belt as her partner’s team lost the match 2-1.
Uh-oh: Her appearance comes after her loss in the ‘Wagatha Christie’ defamation case, in which she was accused by Colin Rooney of leaking ‘false stories’ to the media.
Caroline found herself at the center of a trial after Leicester City striker Jamie’s wife Rebecca sensationally accused her of selling stories, but claimed to know nothing about the deals.
He also gained attention after his mobile phone was loaded with evidence that reached the bottom of the North Sea.
He did not give evidence at the High Court hearing after the psychiatrist declared him unfit to appear.
Since losing the trial, Rebekah has spoken publicly about how she suffers from PTSD, was targeted by trolls and committed suicide.
But Caroline’s furious pals have branded the WAG ‘single-minded’ as she talks about her struggles.
A source told The Sun last night that Caroline, 40, is ‘paying the ultimate price for Becky’s ruthless, self-centred actions’.
O Dear: It comes after Rebekah was accused of ‘cruel’ and ‘self-centred actions’ by friends of her agent Caroline Watt.
Unfortunately: Rebekah lost her defamation case against Colin last month
Her side: In a short clip released from an interview, Rebekah answered ‘yes’ when asked if she was still talking to her former agent, Caroline.
Rebekah’s agent of seven years has reportedly been out of action for months due to massive exposure from the battle between the two wags.
Her friends revealed that her ex-professional footballer husband Steve was worried she was ‘suicidal’ and sometimes had to give up work to look after her.
They say she is trying to get her life together while Rebekah is ‘loving the limelight’.
But Caroline’s friends are said to be furious with Becky, who they say is ‘cruel’ and ‘selfish’.
Bombshell: Colin took to Instagram to accuse Rebecca of leaking stories to The Sun newspaper following her own months-long ‘sting operation’.
Terrible: Rebekah said she is suffering from PTSD after her humiliating High Court trial with Colin. Featured in a teaser clip from Talk TV
A source told The Sun: ‘Becky is talking about her mental health, even though she knows Caroline is really suffering.
She has been suicidal for the past few months. She struggles day by day and would give anything to get her life back to normal.
‘But now that the trial is over, Becky is dragging it out.’
Caroline, known as Kaz by her friends, was ‘thrown under the bus’ during the nearly three-year ordeal He has a lot of stress.
Colin’s lawyer David Sherborne memorably described the bottom of the sea in court as ‘Davy Jones’ locker’ – a reference which startled Becky and brought laughter to the courtroom.
A source told The Sun that she had ‘actually’ dropped her phone in the sea and had no reason to lie about it.
MailOnline contacted Rebecca’s representatives for comment at the time.
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Wagatha Christie Timeline: How Colin and Rebecca’s long-running, vicious war unfolded before the world’s eyes
From September 2017 to October 2019 – The Sun runs several articles about Coleen, including her trip to Mexico to see about the baby’s ‘gender selection’ treatment, her plans to revive her TV career and the flooding of her basement.
October 9, 2019 – Colin uses social media to accuse Rebecca of selling stories from her private Instagram account to the tabloids.
Coleen says she spent five months trying to work out who was sharing information about her and her family based on posts on her personal social media page.
After sharing a series of ‘false’ stories and using a process of elimination, Colin claimed they had been watched by one of Rebecca’s Instagram accounts.
Rebecca, who has since become pregnant with her fifth child, has denied the allegations, saying various people had access to her Instagram over the years.
She claimed she was ‘extremely upset’ by Colin’s accusations, later adding: ‘I thought she was my friend but she completely destroyed me.’
The public controversy makes headlines around the world with the hashtag #WagathaChristie.
February 13, 2020 – In a tearful appearance on ITV’s Loose Women, Rebecca says the stress of the controversy gave her severe anxiety attacks and she ‘ended up in hospital three times’. Coleen said in a statement that she did not want to ‘engage in further public debate’.
June 23, 2020 – It has emerged that Rebekah has launched defamation proceedings against Colin.
Rebecca’s lawyers allege that she ‘suffered extreme pain, injury, distress and embarrassment as a result of the publication of the post and subsequent events’.
November 19-20, 2020 – The defamation battle has its first High Court hearing in London. A judge said Colin’s October 2019 post had ‘clearly identified’ Rebecca as ‘guilty of a serious and persistent breach of trust’.
Mr Justice Warby concluded that the ‘natural and ordinary’ meaning of the posts meant that Rebecca had ‘regularly and repeatedly abused her position as a trusted follower of Colin’s personal Instagram account by being privy to The Son of Colin’s private posts and stories’.
February 8-9, 2022 – A series of explosive messages between Rebecca and her agent Caroline Watt – who Colin’s lawyers have alleged about her – were revealed at an early court hearing.
The court was told that Rebecca did not call anyone a ‘nasty bitch’ in one exchange with Ms Watt.
Colin’s lawyers sought more information from the WhatsApp messages, but the court was told that more information could have been extracted from Ms Watt’s phone after it fell into the North Sea when she was hit by waves on the boat.
February 14 – Colin was refused permission to bring a High Court claim against Ms Watt for misappropriation of private information to be heard alongside the defamation battle. High Court judge Mrs Justice Steyn says the bid was brought too late and earlier opportunities to make a claim were not taken.
April 13 – Ms Watt is not eligible to give oral evidence in an upcoming defamation case, the High Court has been told, as the case returns for another hearing.
The agent revoked her permission to use witness statements, and revoked her waiver that would have allowed Sun reporters to say whether she was the source of the allegedly leaked stories.
April 29 – Rebecca ‘appears to accept’ that her agent was the source of the allegedly leaked stories, Colin’s barrister David Sherborne told the High Court. He argued that a new witness statement submitted by Rebecca suggested Ms Watt was the source but Rebecca claimed she ‘didn’t give the authority or excuse’.
Rebecca’s lawyer, Hugh Tomlinson, said in a statement that ‘no changes to the case have been requested’, adding that his legal team has had no contact with Ms Watt.
From May 10 – Test started
July 29 – Rebecca Vardy loses her defamation case against Colin Rooney, with the judge ruling that Mrs Rooney’s allegations were ‘substantially true’.
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