Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy have upped the style stakes as they arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice in London for their Wagatha Christie libel trial, which kicked off this week
ByEmma WilsonShowbiz Reporter
- 17:59, 12 May 2022
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy have served up some serious style on the steps of London's Royal Courts of Justice this week as they've been papped heading into their Wagatha Christie libel trial.
The 36-year-old wife of former England footballer Wayne Rooney, is facing legal action after she accused Rebekah, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, of leaking stories about her to the press.
In the now iconic tweet which was published in October 2019, Coleen revealed she had gone to great lengths to try and figure out who was behind the leaks, and was dubbed ‘Wagatha Christie’ thanks to her super sleuthing skills.
Rebekah has denied leaking the stories, and is suing Coleen for libel.
The libel trial has kept fans entertained
The trial has delivered salacious gossip, but has also served serious looks from both Coleen and Rebekah, who have impressed with their smart and chic outfits while being snapped by scores of waiting photographers as they make their entrances.
Mum-of-four Coleen has stuck to her favourite high-street brands mixed with designer threads, and rocked a more laid back look than her adversary.
Rebekah, who shares five children with footballer Jamie, has opted for sleek and demure high fashion looks for her court appearances, with huge sunglasses covering her face.
Here, we take a look at the fashion face off between the WAGs…
Rebekah wears an £890 shirt dress by Edeline Lee
Coleen looks smart in a Mugler blazer
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Coleen wore a £1,565 Mugler blazer and navy T-shirt, teamed with a pair of Gucci loafers (£615) but she was only able to wear one, as she had a leg brace on following a fall at her Cheshire mansion.
Rebekah opted for a chic shirt dress by British-Canadian designer Edeline Lee, who counts Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, as one of her fans.
The £890 blue dress features white buttons and a belted waist, and she finished off the look with her hair slicked back into a bun, white heels and £320 Dior sunglasses.
Coleen looked gorgeous in a Zara minidress
Rebekah looked like she was in mourning, but was dripping in designer threads
Coleen chose a black and white printed dress from Zara for the second day at the High Court, and looked youthful and carefree as she showed off her enviable pins in the minidress, which is priced at £32.99.
She opted for a black Chanel loafer, and a matching handbag.
Rebekah arrived looking like she was going to a funeral, wearing a high necked Prada maxi dress (£1,780), black tights, and a black Alexander McQueen blazer, which retails for £1,245.
She completed the demure look with a Givenchy Antigona tote bag and her usual sunglasses, with her hair in a low ponytail.
Coleen opted for a black outfit on day three
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Rebekah chose vintage Chanel for her third day in court
Coleen decided to channel the style of her adversary, and arrived at court wearing an all-black ensemble.
She rocked a puff sleeve Isabel Marant black top, £3580, paired with a pair of black trousers, and one Gucci black mule.
Rebekah opted for a more eye-catching look for her third day in court, arriving in a blue and white Chanel vintage midi dress (£1,300), reamed with a navy blue blazer from Veronica Beard (£550) and matching heels, finished off with a chic £650 tote bag from Aspinal of London.
The trial contiunes…
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