I was hospitalised while heavily pregnant & had panic attacks – I fell apart, says Rebekah Vardy over Wagatha battle | The Sun

REBEKAH Vardy was hospitalised with panic attacks while heavily pregnant after being accused by Coleen Rooney of leaking stories.

Becky revealed how she "completely fell apart" while seven-months pregnant after the WAGs' extraordinary Twitter spat in 2019.


In the second instalment of her sit-down chat to be released in tomorrow's paper, Becky will exclusively tell The Sun: "Physically, emotionally and mentally it was exhausting.

"It was draining. I had to go to hospital a couple of times because they were really worried about my mental wellbeing and also they basically said to me: 'If you don't find a way to deal with this and calm things down, there's a really strong chance you're going to have this baby early.' And yeah it was scary.

"I was having serious panic attacks.

"I had kidney stones as well which they said was brought on by stress – I didn't ever realise that was a possibility, but it was. I just felt like my life was falling apart – completely falling apart. 

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"I had counsellors coming in just trying to help me navigate my way through all these different emotions and situations that I was being faced with and also giving me the tools to be able to help my kids as well."

She has seen a string of counsellors and was put on medication to alleviate her anxiety.

Becky was subsequently diagnosed with depression and put on anti-depressants – which she is now off.

In other explosive claims, Becky will tomorrow say it felt like Coleen Rooney wanted to "weaponise an army against her" in a scathing attack of her WAG rival.

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Becky will blast their High Court libel row as "totally ridiculous" – but insist she "holds no grudges" after her and Coleen's extraordinary Twitter spat in 2019.

Wife of Leicester City striker Jamie will say she felt it was like Coleen "wanted to weaponise an army" when she publicly accused then-seven-months-pregnant Becky of leaking stories.

Becky will say: "The whole thing is ridiculous, totally ridiculous.

"If the shoe were on the other foot I would never do that to someone.

"If that was really what I thought I would be round their house having a conversation with someone and dealing with it the right way.

"To me it just seemed like it was, she wanted to weaponise an army against me and that is what it felt like.

"But life is too short to be resentful and hold grudges and be bitter towards someone

"That is not me. I am not that person."

The mum-of-five will say her only regret is her legal team "didn’t have a judge who understood the case".

She will call the public furore resulting from Coleen's Twitter post "ridiculous" and add: "What you can’t get away from is the damage it did and the damage it continues to do.

[Doctors] basically said to me: 'If you don't find a way to deal with this and calm things down, there's a really strong chance you're going to have this baby early.' And yeah it was scary.

"This is not a joke. This is my life."

Asked if she'd take Coleen to court over libel claims all over again, she will say: "Of course, because I didn’t do it."

In a harrowing retelling of what her life was like after the Wagatha row, Becky today told The Sun how she considered jumping from the top floor of a shopping mall in Dubai when it first came out.

She said: "I think my lowest point was when I was in Dubai trying to get a flight to come home early from holiday.

In a harrowing retelling of what her life was like after the Wagatha row, Becky earlier told The Sun how she considered jumping from the top floor of a shopping mall in Dubai when it first came out.

She said: "I think my lowest point was when I was in Dubai trying to get a flight to come home early from holiday.

“I knew what I was coming back to — I just knew there was going to be spiteful hatred everywhere.

“Jamie and I were in a shopping mall at the time buying baby clothes, and I just thought, ‘I don’t want to go through this, I don’t want to live like this’.

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“For a split second, I said to Jamie, ‘I feel like I just want to jump off this top floor’."

She said it was "devastating" for him to see her go through it.



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