Rebekah Vardy speaks out after fans spot missing child in Christmas snap

Rebekah Vardy has spoken out after her fans spotted that there was a "missing child" in her wholesome family Christmas snap.

The 40 year old took to Instagram to share a photo of her with her husband, footballer Jamie Vardy, and four of their children as they donned matching red checked pyjamas and beamed in front of a huge Christmas tree bedecked with chic white and silver baubles.

Together in total, the couple are parents to six children. They share Sofia, seven, Finley, four, and Olivia, two.

Rebekah is also mother to daughter Megan, 17, from a previous relationship who Jamie recently adopted, as well as a son, Taylor, 11, who she shares with footballer Luke Foster.

Jamie is father to 11 year old daughter Ella, from a previous relationship with Emma Daggett.

Fans rushed to comment on the festive snap posted by Rebekah, as one wrote: "Gorgeous family …. One child missing ?"

Rebekah put the concerned fan's mind at ease as she replied to the comment, writing: "@dworrow yes he’s with his Dad," adding a smiley face emoji.

The fan was thrilled at the interaction, as they quickly wrote back: "Thanks for the reply Becks. Megs [Becky's eldest daughter] is your double."

Another fan seemed to agree as they commented: "Beautiful picture your eldest daughter is your double stunning x," whilst someone else wrote: "You have a beautiful family."

No doubt Rebekah's happy family Christmas came at the right time, after a drama-filled year in which she faced fellow WAG Coleen Rooney, 36, in a highly-publicised 'Wagatha Christie' trial earlier this year.

Rebekah took Coleen to court to sue her for libel after the latter accused her of "informing the press about her private online posts " in a lengthy social media message in 2019.

Rebekah ultimately lost the libel case against Coleen in July, and she's since said that it "ruined her life."

In a new two-part documentary Vardy vs Rooney: The Wagatha Trial, out later this month on Discovery+, Rebekah Vardy insists she did not sell “false” stories about Coleen Rooney to a national newspaper.

Rebekah also detailed in the documentary the impact of the case on her family, saying, “Social media is the root of all evil. At that point [during the trial], it ruined my life. My kids were being bullied.

"I found it really difficult. I was scared to leave the house. I had paparazzi parked outside my house that would follow me, turn their car around and drive at me down the same side of the road as me.

“I remember one journalist saying, ‘I won’t leave her alone until I’ve got the picture I want.’ That’s not OK.”


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