REBEKAH Vardy has encouraged people to ‘keep fighting’ – hours after going one-nil up in her court victory with Coleen Rooney.
The WAG, who will compete on the next season of Dancing on Ice, hasn’t said anything publicly since last week’s legal ruling in her favour.
Rebekah Vardy encouraged fans to ‘keep fighting’ in a social media postCredit: PA:Press Association
But yesterday Rebekah shared an inspirational story to her Instagram account which pals say sums up how she felt in the aftermath of Friday’s verdict.
“Know you are special and shine like a star,” it said. “If you’re reading this…hope you are doing OK…Keep being you because you are enough.”
The 38-year-old also shared an appeal from a homeless charity urging people to donate items this Christmas.
Her messages prompted hundreds of messages from people who told her to “keep going” and said they were “Team Vardy”.
Rebekah is one-nil up in her court battle with Coleen Rooney Credit: Splash News
Rebekah shared some quotes on her Instagram Stories
The two women have been feuding for most of 2020Credit: PA:Press Association
A source said: “This post really sums up how Becky feels right now. From the moment Coleen accused her she has been determined to fight to clear her name and defend herself.
“She thinks people need to be a lot kinder to one another.”
Becky won the first round in the War of the WAGs last week after a High Court judge ruled that Coleen Rooney did point the finger at her.
Mr Justice Warby found that Coleem ‘clearly identified’ Becky when she accused her of leaking stories from her private Instagram account to a newspaper.
Rebekah is suing Coleen after she was accused of leaking stories about her to the media Credit: PA:Press Association
At a preliminary libel hearing, the judge was asked to examine the true meaning of the words used by Coleen in her accusatory online post last year.
Coleen, wife of former England captain Wayne Rooney, publicly blamed her rival for the leaks following a ‘sting operation’ that earned her the nickname Wagatha Christie.
Becky, wife of former England striker Jamie Vardy, is suing, claiming aggravated damages, and is seeking an injunction preventing her repeating the allegations.
Both sides have agreed to make a final effort to resolve the year-long feud through mediation – expected to be held before Christmas – to avoid a costly, and potentially embarrassing, trial.
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