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Rebekah Vardy claims job offers are pouring in despite losing Wagatha Christie libel trial

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Rebekah Vardy, 40, has claimed job offers continue to pour in - even after losing her libel trial against fellow footballer’s wife, Coleen Rooney, 36.The reality star says she has her eyes set on doing something she “really wants to do” now.Rebekah insisted that in spite of her very public defeat in court, she plans to remain in the public eye and is still able to get work.Last Friday, a verdict was reached on the infamous Wagatha Christie Trial after three years of drama between the two WAGs.Coleen, who is the wife of former England footballer Wayne Rooney, had made claims that stories about her had been leaked to the press by Rebekah which she has denied.Jamie Vardy's wife insisted that such claims were defamatory, taking her to court.The judge, Mrs Justice Steyn, ruled in favour of Coleen, Rebekah had vehemently denied leaking stories but the High Court judge concluded "Vardy knew of, condoned and was actively engaged in this process".Following the bombshell verdict, Rebekah appeared on TalkTV to discuss her future in an interview that aired on Wednesday.The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

star sat down for an hour-long interview with Kate McCann.Asked by Kate whether she was concerned about not being able to find new work after the court’s verdict, Rebekah assured the presenter that she still had job offers coming in.She replied: “No, there’s been quite a few offers on the table for lots of different things already.“For me, it’s important to find something that inspires me and something that’s meaningful and something I really, really want to do.”Apart from her memorable appearance on I’m A Celebrity, Rebekah also competed on ITV’s Dancing On Ice in 2021, making a name for herself in the world of reality.

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