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Rebekah Vardy reveals savage nickname for Wayne Rooney after Wagatha court drawings

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Rebekah Vardy savagely branded Wayne Rooney as looking like a “hot potato” in his court sketch from the Wagatha Christie trial.The mum-of-five, 40, who was pregnant during the trial, suggested critics were kinder to her than they were to Coleen Rooney’s husband, former England Captain, Wayne.

Rebekah’s savage dig comes after trolls reacted to the unflattering sketches of Wayne, Rebekah and Coleen, with critics making comparisons online.READ MORE: Iain Lee furiously slams Rebekah Vardy as he accuses WAG of 'bullying' himOne snarky comment regarding Rebekah’s court drawing reads: “She looks like something out of Lord of the Rings.”The WAG reacted to the comparisons while making a subtle jab at Wayne.

She told The Sun: “I’d rather look like something out of Lord of the Rings than a hot potato.”Former Manchester United striker Wayne was frequently compared to a potato during his time on the stand throughout the famous libel case.

It comes after Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy’s wife Rebekah lost a £3million libel battle against Coleen Rooney.Rebekah took Coleen to court in May over the 2019 Instagram post where Coleen accused her Instagram account of leaking stories about her personal life to the press.In a lengthy post, Coleen discussed the stories she claims were sold to The Sun newspaper, including many of her private posts and stories.Speaking in a statement after the judgment was delivered, Coleen said that she was “pleased” the ruling went in her favour, but that she “never believed” the case should have gone to court “at such expense in times of hardship for so many people when the money could have been far better spent helping others”.

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