Rebekah Vardy thanks Leicester Hospitals after spending night at children's A&EOctober 17, 2022
Rebekah Vardy has revealed she spent the night at a children’s A&E department.
The mum-of-five, who’s married to footballer Jamie Vardy, thanked Leicester’s Hospital’s after her trip to the children’s A&E.
‘A big thank you to the staff at @leicestershospitals Children’s A&E for taking such good care of us last night. You are amazing,’ Rebekah, 40, wrote.
She has not confirmed why she was there, with fans hoping everything’s okay.
Rebekah has five kids – kids Megan and Taylor from a previous relationship, and her youngest three, Sofia, Finley, and Olivia from her marriage to Jamie.
Jamie, 35, has another daughter, Ella from his previous relationship with Emma Daggett.
Rebekah often shares snaps of her brood on social media, with the star and her husband recently enjoying a child-free date night and writing on Instagram: ‘🥰 such a fab weekend. Rare night out for Mum & Dad 🤣.’
She and Jamie welcomed their youngest, Olivia, in December 2019, amid her legal battle with Coleen Rooney.
The couple wrote at the time: ‘Over the moon to let you know our beautiful little girl has arrived. Becky and baby are both doing well and we are all totally in love with the newest member of our team.’
In October of that year, Coleen accused Rebekah of selling stories on her to the press after conducting a ‘sting operation’ on social media – dubbed ‘Wagatha Christie’. Rebekah always denied the claims and sued Coleen for libel.
However, following a lengthy and highly-publicised trial, it was ruled that Coleen did not defame Rebekah. Rebekah was also ordered to pay 90% of Coleen’s legal costs.
Now, Channel 4 is set to release a TV drama based on the saga, starring actors including Michael Sheen and Natalia Tena.
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