Rebekah Vardy issues not-so-cryptic message to haters with sweatshirt swipe
Rebekah Vardy cut a stylish figure while rocking a ‘Don’t Hate’ sweatshirt as she arrived for skating practice ahead of her Dancing on Ice stint
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Rebekah Vardy has a not-so-subtle message for the haters.
The mum-of-five, 38, was heading to the ice skating rink when she was snapped in a sweatshirt bearing a blunt message.
The word “HATE”, spelled out in capitals, was crossed out in a powerful message.
She paired the navy blue top with colourful leggings and trainers, tying her signature brunette locks into a neat ponytail for practice.
Rebekah was all smiles as she strolled into practice alongside Dancing on Ice pro partner Andy Buchanan.
The duo have been hard at work ahead of January’s new series, that boasts one of the most star-studded line-ups to date.
The Don’t Hate message is one close to Rebekah’s heart, after she claims to have suffered “severe and extreme hostility and abuse” after fellow WAG Coleen Rooney accused Rebekah’s Instagram account of leaking stories about her to the press.
They’ve been locked in a nail-biting battle since Coleen made the allegations last year, which Rebekah firmly denies.
It’s thought their court clash could play out as soon as next week, Rebekah seeking substantial damages for the “hostility and abuse” she claims to have suffered.
“Look, we tried to sort things out amicably, it just didn’t work,” Rebekah told Piers Morgan during a Good Morning Britain appearance.
“I understand people think it’s ridiculous, but you know..what was I meant to do?
“I need to clear my name.”
She added: “I want to clear my name. I will do whatever that takes. I hope it’s going to be resolved soon.
“It’s just one of the things that has to go through the process unfortunately now.”
And amid the WAG war, Rebekah shared a poignant post to mark World Mental Health Day.
She shared an image with the words: “It’s okay not to be okay.”
Rebekah captioned it with a heart emoji and “#bekind.”