She’s been embroiled in a high court battle with Coleen Rooney.
But Rebekah Vardy, 39, took some time for herself to relax and test out some beauty products and treatments this week.
The WAG took to Instagram on Friday where she shared a snap of herself using a suspicious-looking device, and joked: ‘This tool isn’t what it looks like, so clean your dirty minds.’
What’s that? Rebekah Vardy, 39, took to Instagram on Friday where she shared a snap of herself using a suspicious-looking device
In the photograph, Rebekah could be seen with a grey towel wrapped around her hair, after stepping out the bath or shower.
Her shoulders were bare as she sat in front of the camera, ready to offer her followers some help with their beauty needs.
The wife of Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy held the nude coloured Skinego tool to her face, which she uses to remove excess dirt from her skin.
She captioned the post: ‘My latest blog is up & has my recommendations for the best travel size beauty products for this Summer.
On beauty duty: She held the nude coloured Skinego tool to her face, and explained that she uses it to remove excess dirt from her skin (Pictured for Dancing On Ice series 13 in January)
‘Travel size items aren’t only great for travelling – they’re also a cheaper way to try out new products and see if they work for you before committing to full size/full price items. Also – this tool isn’t what it looks like, so clean your dirty minds.’
She added on her blog: ‘I’m a huge fan of the Skinego tool which I use to cleanse my face, you won’t believe the additional dirt that a tool like this removes from your skin, but it’s quite big and requires a plug in charger so that’s extra weight and space taken up in my bag.
‘So if I’m travelling I take the Skinego which is a much smaller tool that doesn’t require a charger. It’s battery operated (yes, it looks very phallic so clear your dirty minds, it is just for cleaning your face!) and as well as being great for deep cleansing it also targets fine lines and wrinkles.’
Case: Last week, Coleen Rooney scored a Wagatha Christie victory, with Rebekah ordered to pay £10,500 towards her legal fees in their High Court battle (pictured in 2016)
Victory: Coleen’s legal team compared the win to a ‘2-1 victory in the semi-final’ and are increasingly confident going into the next part of the High Court battle (pictured in 2016)
Her beauty recommendation comes after Coleen scored another Wagatha Christie victory last week, with Rebekah ordered to pay £10,500 towards her legal fees in their High Court battle.
It’s a further blow to the Dancing On Ice star’s long-running £1million libel suit against Coleen, who last week claimed a 2-1 victory in the latest round of their fight.
A judge rejected Rebekah’s bid to remove substantial parts of Coleen’s defence relating to her rival’s dealings with The Sun newspaper and its column The Secret Wag.
Judge Mrs Justice Steyn ruled that such dealings could be a relevant part of her defence of libel action brought by Rebekah following the leaking of Coleen’s private Instagram posts to The Sun in 2019, which she denies.
Hitting back: Coleen’s legal team are increasingly confident going into the next part of the High Court battle in the autumn (pictured in 2018)
Coleen’s legal team compared the win to a ‘2-1 victory in the semi-final’ and are increasingly confident going into the next part of the battle in the autumn.
A source said: ‘Coleen’s legal team will present further evidence concerning Rebekah Vardy’s dealing with The Sun and links with The Secret WAG.
‘There are lot of people with knowledge of her long term relationship with the newspaper and how it worked.
‘Last week’s ruling could open a Pandora’s Box for Rebekah.’
The drama: The feud between the high-profile WAGs erupted after Coleen revealed she had set a trap to see who was responsible for the leaks, earning her the nickname Wagatha Christie
However, Charlotte Harris of law firm Kingsley Napley, representing Rebekah, said: ‘The Judge has struck out about 10 pages of material from Mrs Rooney’s defence as irrelevant or a waste of court time.
‘Mrs Rooney has to re-plead the part of her public interest defence which was said by the Judge to be ‘impermissible’.
‘This is now Mrs Rooney’s third attempt at a putting forward a defence to Mrs Vardy’s libel claim. She has been ordered to cover the costs of this exercise and Mrs Vardy’s costs of amending her Reply.
‘The Judge made three costs orders – two in favour of Mrs Vardy and one in favour of Mrs Rooney for £10,500.
‘Although the Judge did not allow the Summary judgement application, she said in her judgement that there was ‘some force’ in Mrs Vardy’s case that there are very significant differences between the TV Decisions Articles and the post on which it is supposed to be based.
‘This goes to the heart of the case.
‘Mrs Vardy is not the Secret Wag. The Judge has made clear that the identity of the Secret Wag does not go to the core issues and has reserved the ability to cut out or limit this issue in the future.
‘Mrs Vardy is completely confident that she will succeed at trial.’
Happy couple: Rebekah has been married to Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy since 2016 and they share children Sofia, six, and son Taylor, ten, together (Pictured on June 18)