Amanda Holden defends Rebekah Vardy with theory on leak claims

Coleen Rooney Rebekah Vardy beef

Danielle featured on the daytime present earlier immediately (10.10.19) and claimed she was "not surprised" when Coleen Rooney, spouse of footballer Wayne Rooney, took to Instagram to accuse Rebekah of giving personal details about her household to the press.

Lloyd jumped to Rooney's defence in a segment on ITV's This Morning in which she said she's had "run ins" with Rebekah in the past and said she "wasn't shocked" by the accusations.

Having denied the claims shortly after Rooney's allegation on Wednesday, Vardy has broken her Twitter silence.

Her dramatic revelation enthralled Britain and sparked an angry denial from pregnant Rebekah, who said "I don't need the money" and pointed out other people have had access to her Instagram account.

In a follow-up tweet, she wrote: "On a more serious note I've been inundated with messages from everyone but I'm not saying anything more until we've finished looking into this situation properly".

"(Those on my private account must have been wondering why I haven't had stories on there for a while).

Coleen and Rebekah have gotten embroiled in a Twitter spat, but Stacey wouldn't do the same.

For actual football fans, the dream outcome here is for Derby County, who Wayne will join at the start of next year, and Vardy's Leicester City to meet in a cup competition, just to add some extra spice to the showdown. "Such a shame that Coleen didn't just call her when she had her number".

Danielle, who has three sons with O'Hara, replied: 'We are all entitled to our opinions and we all know it came from your account... attacking me won't take that away.

Of course, Rebekah responded to this by outlining her side of the story, which you can read below.

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Vardy, who was on holiday in Dubai with her footballer husband, Jamie, when the story broke, has denied claims that she provided the stories to the newspaper - despite apparently being caught in an elaborate sting operation that involved Rooney posting fake updates to see which appeared in the media.

She said stories she had falsified about "gender selection in Mexico, and the story about returning to TV, and then the latest story about the basement flooding in my new house", had all made it into the newspaper.

Opening up about when she discovered which account was the culprit, Coleen added: "It's been tough keeping it to myself and not making any comment at all, especially when the stories have been leaked, however I had to". I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them.

She concluded: "Now I know for certain which account/individual it's come from".

Her representative briefed MailOnline that she has hired "IT experts who can look at the forensics of her Instagram" to identify who else had access in an attempt to clear her name, although it unclear exactly what this forensic analysis would involve.

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