Rebekah Vardy’s tantalizing £4,000 court outfit for Wagatha Christie trial
WAGs Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney have arrived for day two of the libel trial in which Vardy is suing Rooney for liber damages for the ‘false and unwarranted defamatory attack’
Rebekah Vardy arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice for her libel trial wearing clothes worth £4,000.
It’s day two of Coleen Rooney and Vardy’s defamation trial where she is suing Rooney for defamation damages for the “false and unwarranted defamatory attack” relating to a charge brought in 2019.
Rooney, 36, had accused footballer Jamie Vardy’s wife of leaking ‘false stories’ about his private life in October 2019, which the 40-year-old vehemently denies.
And this morning she arrived at the London court looking luxurious as she prepared for the day’s legal battle.
The WAG wore a simple black blazer from Balmain, which usually sells for around £1,500 (and sometimes more).
She walked up the courthouse steps in nothing less than £550 black Jimmy Choo high heels, which she wore with black tights, baggy trousers and a plain black shirt.
Vardy also carried a black handbag with silver details from Givenchy.
The bag retails for a whopping £1,650.
It wasn’t the last of her lavish outfits as she accessorized the entire outfit with oversized black sunglasses.
She donned classic Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses which retail for £295, bringing her outfit to £3,995.
Meanwhile, Rooney’s accusations stemmed from an “undercover operation” she carried out on Instagram, which resulted in her changing her Instagram privacy settings so that only Vardy could see her Stories.
Rooney had posted a story about his trip to Mexico to learn about gender selection, his return to television and his new home’s basement flooding – all of which were shared with The Sun.
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In a lengthy Instagram post in 2019, Ms Rooney accused Ms Vardy of leaking stories about her to the press.
At the end of the post, she said, “I’ve saved and captured all of the original stories which clearly show only one person has seen them. This is Rebekah Vardy’s account.”
During the first day of the trial, Vardy revealed that she “deeply regrets” comparing the size of pop star Peter Andre’s penis to a Chipolata sausage during a 2004 interview.
Rooney was also accused of keeping her husband Wayne Rooney in the dark about her sting operation as she tried to find out who was leaking stories about her.
Rebekah is expected to continue giving evidence today.
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