Mother-of-three Holly Willoughby shared her thoughts on the current legal battle between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy on Wednesday’s episode of This Morning
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Holly Willoughby has cast her into the explosive court case ‘Wagatha Christie’ which features Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy.
The two WAGS ladies are currently fighting at the Royal Court of Justice after Coleen accused Rebekah of leaking stories about her to the press.
Rebekah, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, denies leaked stories to the media and is suing the wife of her fellow footballer for defamation, while Ms Rooney is defending the lawsuit on the grounds that her post was “truly true” and of public interest. .
On Wednesday’s episode of This Morning, Holly, 41, and her co-host Phillip Schofield covered the trial while discussing the latest headlines.
Talking about the issue with guests Matthew Wright and Marverine Cole, mother-of-three Holly commented: “Oh, it’s really sad isn’t it? Because there are two women who clearly feel like they’re in power and that they have the point to prove and this is not a nice thing for anyone to go through is it?”
Maverine replied: “I think it’s really a confusing decision why they’re taking this to court. I feel like they don’t see what’s going on in the rest of the world and what’s going on. happens to ordinary people.”
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However, Holly defends Coleen and Rebekah and says, “Yeah but your problems are your own aren’t they?”
Matthew later said: “It’s really their dignity, because I can guess why this ended up in court, having friends allegedly divulging details about your private life. , that’s annoying.”
Holly replied, “It’s awful and I imagine if you’re going through something like that, what you’re going through personally, mentally, the torment of all that.”
Matthew continued: “Terrible, horrible, and then you go to court and the victim has a disgusting experience. Whatever is said in these horrible stories, you’ve had all of this testimony before. court that one might say is much worse, more humiliating, much more embarrassing”.
Phillip, 60, then chimed in and ended the conversation by saying, “The only people who benefit here are the attorneys.”
Both Rebekah and Coleen’s legal team will make their final statements in court on Thursday, May 19, and the judge will issue a written ruling at a later date.
This Morning airs at 10 a.m. weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.
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