Rebekah Vardy ‘staged’ maternity hospital photo after childbirth, Wagatha trial

Rebekah Vardy took a stand Monday in the long-awaited trial of Wagatha Christie, telling the court she wanted to “control” the photos of her being discharged from the hospital after giving birth.

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A court that has tried Rebekah Vardy erected pictures of her leaving the maternity hospital after giving birth, and said she took the pictures because she did not want to “rely on” the player’s husband’s money.

The I’m Celebrity winner, 40, took to the stand Monday, as her defamation trial against Coleen Rooney, 36, continues at the Royal Courts of Justice. family.

The long-awaited battle between the two Wags began yesterday with claims, rebuttals and a sleazy account of a sexual encounter.

Today, the wife of the Leicester star Jamie Vardy, who was dressed head to toe in designer pieces, returned to the witness room to consult with Rooney’s lawyer David Sherborne QC, in when Coleen and Wayne sat in the front row.

Coleen Rooney arrives at the Royal Court of Justice today


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Part of the questionnaire focused on interviews and photographs that Rebekah did and took for the press.

Mr Sherborne discussed an interview she gave The Sun in December 2016 while pregnant with daughter Olivia Grace.

After initially saying she didn’t remember the article, Mr Sherborne held up one of the photographs used in the exclusive piece, adding: “You think you might recall sizable images of you naked himself in a national newspaper.”

“They are pictures of ourselves that we took,” says Rebekah.

Rebekah came to court today


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Vardy also admitted photos of her leaving the maternity hospital after giving birth were ‘made up’.

She said: “I have never hidden the fact that I did the staged photos. I only allowed one photographer to be there. I want to control it. ”

Sherborne asked if it was more honest to sit down and pose for the pictures than to pose them.

Vardy replied, “I just had a baby. I’m not sure what position I can sit in.”

Coleen Rooney was once again joined today by her husband, former England footballer Wayne



The lawyer produced more articles showing Vardy posing with her new-born baby and undressing in her bikini during a beach vacation.

Vardy told the court that it was important for me to be able to earn my own money”.

“I never wanted to rely on my husband. Jamie and I discussed it and had no problem doing that,” she added.

Later in the day, Sherborne read a text message exchanged between Vardy and a journalist who interviewed her after she came out of the woods of I’m A Celebrity.

In it, Vardy suggests they meet for lunch and offers to meet with reporters.

In eyewitness accounts, Vardy said, “I don’t have a close relationship with any of the journalists.”

When asked if her claims were false, Vardy replied that she did not have a close relationship with the journalist.

In a social media post in October 2019, Mrs Rooney said she had performed a “severe surgery” to catch Ms Vardy revealing “false stories” about her private life. his private.

Rebekah Vardy came in second today



Coleen Rooney embroiled in a legal battle with Rebekah at the Royal Court of Justice


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She claims an Instagram account is behind three fake stories that appeared in The Sun as Mrs Vardy’s, sparking what has come to be known as the Wagatha Christie story.

Rebekah denied she was behind the alleged leak.

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