Coleen Rooney fans warn star to turn off tearful Rebekah Vardy on Loose Women

Coleen Rooney fans have urged the footballer's wife to steer clear of Loose Women on Thursday.

Her arch nemesis Rebekah Vardy, 37, broke down in tears as she blamed Coleen and the Wagatha Christie scandal for hospitalising her three times while pregnant.

The WAGs went to war when Coleen accused Rebekah's Instagram account of leaking stories to the newspapers about her private life – which Vardy has strongly denied.

Becky got emotional when she gave her first interview since the death threats and trolling left her suffering with crippling anxiety attacks.

Swarms of viewers took to Instagram to warn Coleen about her rival's Loose Women appearance and urged her to turn off the TV.


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"Might not want to switch Loose Women on…it would appear that someone’s bored AGAIN and wants to stir some trouble. Think she’d have better, more important things to do with all those kids of hers… We love you Coleen." One fan wrote, leading the troops.

Others urged: "Don’t watch loose women."

"Concentrate on your gorgeous children thry are all that matters x."

The mother made no reference to Becky's TV appearance as she maintained she was blissfully unaware while posing for a selfie with two of her sons.

Coleen has a loyal following of 868K fans on Instagram with whom she updates about her lifestyle and the lives of her children.

Earlier in the day, Becky had cried her eyes out on Loose Women when she discussed the abuse she faced from trolls after the Wagatha Christie scandal hit headlines.

She said: "It was really hard. It was up there with one of the worst things I’ve had to deal with – apart from being abused by my step dad when I was younger.

“The trolling was the worst part for me. I have been trolled before and I do get it all the time, but it escalated off the back of this. I think people don’t realise when they are saying stuff like that.

"I ended up with severe anxiety attacks. I ended up in hospital three times. I ended up with kidney stones. I felt like I couldn’t go out with people just looking at me just questioning.. whether.. did she do it? Did she not do it?"

“No one would ever say anything to your face they never do, do they. They aren’t brave enough to say things to your face.”

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