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Coleen Rooney wraps up in a quilted coat as she picks up groceries amid WAG war

Coleen Rooney wrapped up in a quilted coat as she stepped out to buy groceries on  Monday.

The WAG, 34, nailed casual chic in the long navy coat complete with a hood as she carried Waitrose bags after doing the family shop.

The star appeared to have hit the shops  fresh from the gym as she donned black leggings and trainers for her outing.

Chic: Coleen Rooney wrapped up in a quilted coat as she stepped out to buy groceries on Monday

Coleen wore her brunette tresses in a sleek updo while her pretty features were enhanced with fluttery lashes and a slick of gloss.

The star brought a further touch of glamour to her look with silver earrings.

Coleen looked focused as she picked up her shopping for the week amid her ongoing WAG war with Rebekah Vardy.   

No doubt Coleen was keeping a low profile after people wondered if she had decorated her Christmas tree in such a way to make a dig at Vardy, 38.

Hometime: The WAG, 34, nailed casual chic in the long navy coat complete with a hood as she carried Waitrose bags after doing the family shop

Hometime: The WAG, 34, nailed casual chic in the long navy coat complete with a hood as she carried Waitrose bags after doing the family shop

Outing: Coleen wore her brunette tresses in a sleek updo while her pretty features were enhanced with fluttery lashes and a slick of gloss

Off we go: Coleen carried her bags as she prepared to head home

Outing: Coleen wore her brunette tresses in a sleek updo while her pretty features were enhanced with fluttery lashes and a slick of gloss

Radiant: The star showed off her glowing complexion as she did the shop

Radiant: The star showed off her glowing complexion as she did the shop

Off she goes: Coleen nailed autumn chic as she shopped at Waitrose before heading home

Shopping: The star carried her family shopping to the car

Off she goes: Coleen nailed autumn chic as she shopped at Waitrose before heading home

Coleen had shared a picture of her giant Christmas tree which had been decorated with lots of ice skates. 

This comes ahead of Vardy’s appearance on Dancing On Ice in the new year – training has already been underway for several weeks. 

While Coleen didn’t decorate the tree herself, she enlisted the help of decorators, so it’s not known if she chose the skating decorations. 

She stuck to a white and silver theme, with fir cones and baubles with the words: ‘It’s cold outside’ emblazoned on the front.  

Meanwhile, Vardy was spreading positivity on Saturday, after it was claimed Coleen had a spy in the Vardy camp, in a new twist in the Wagatha Christie case, 

Focus: The star looked radiant as she headed to her car after the shop

Focus: The star looked radiant as she headed to her car after the shop

Sporty: The star appeared to have hit the shops fresh from the gym as she donned black leggings and trainers for her outing

Sporty: The star appeared to have hit the shops fresh from the gym as she donned black leggings and trainers for her outing

Sporty: The star appeared to have hit the shops fresh from the gym as she donned black leggings and trainers for her outing

Errands: The star looked focused as she lugged her bags into the boot of her car

Errands: The star looked focused as she lugged her bags into the boot of her car

Hometime: The star prepared to head home to her children and husband Wayne

Hometime: The star prepared to head home to her children and husband Wayne

 Coleen accused Becky of giving the press ‘false stories’ about her private life last October after carrying out a months-long ‘sting operation’ which saw her dubbed ‘Wagatha Christie’.

The wife of former England star Wayne Rooney claimed fellow footballer’s wife Becky – wife of Jamie Vardy – shared fake stories she had posted on her personal Instagram account with The Sun newspaper.  

Becky denies the accusations and is suing Coleen for damages for libel at the High Court in London.

Chic: Coleen accessorised with glittering hoop earrings as she did the shop

Chic: Coleen accessorised with glittering hoop earrings as she did the shop

Precautions: In accordance with COVID-19 rules, Coleen wore a black face mask

Precautions: In accordance with COVID-19 rules, Coleen wore a black face mask 

Tree: Coleen recently ignited speculation she was taking a dig at enemy Rebekah Vardy when she revealed her Christmas tree has been decorated with ice skates ahead of her rival's Dancing On Ice stint

Tree: Coleen recently ignited speculation she was taking a dig at enemy Rebekah Vardy when she revealed her Christmas tree has been decorated with ice skates ahead of her rival’s Dancing On Ice stint

Coleen Rooney, in Manchester last month

Rebekah Vardy arrives at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham for a Dancing On Ice 2021 training session last week

WAGS at war! Coleen Rooney (left, in Manchester last month) and Becky (right, at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham for a Dancing On Ice 2021 training session last week) are locked in a battle at London’s High Court

Days gone by: Becky (top) and Coleen watch England v Wales during Euro 2016 at Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens, France

Days gone by: Becky (top) and Coleen watch England v Wales during Euro 2016 at Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens, France

The pair have until February 8 to reach a settlement over the disagreement, or must prepare for a five-day libel hearing next year.

On October 20, Becky won the first round of her libel battle against Coleen, when the court ruled the post ‘clearly identified’ Becky as being ‘guilty of the serious and consistent breach of trust’.

Why does last week’s ruling in the case matter? 

Last week’s ruling at the High Court related to the wording in the final sentence of Coleen Rooney’s infamous Instagram post, in which she accused Rebekah Vardy of leaking ‘false stories’ about her private life to the media.

She wrote: ‘I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It’s ……………. Rebekah Vardy’s account.’

Mrs Rooney claimed she simply referred to Mrs Vardy’s Instagram account rather than Mrs Vardy herself.

But the judge said an ordinary reader would not take the word ‘account’ to ‘indicate that Mrs Rooney remains in doubt about who the wrongdoer was’.

Today, the judge made an important ruling that the post ‘clearly identified’ Mrs Vardy as being ‘guilty of the serious and consistent breach of trust’.

He also disagreed with Mrs Rooney’s claim that using multiple ellipses in the final line diluted the meaning. 

This means the court has no doubt as to who the accusation was made against – Mrs Vardy – which will be a consideration if the libel case goes to trial next year.

Minutes later Coleen hit back with a statement via her spokesman, saying she was ‘keen’ to hear what Becky has to say in court.

She infamously wrote on Instagram and Twitter: ‘I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It’s ……………. Rebekah Vardy’s account.’ 

The ruling at the High Court last week related to the wording in the final sentence of the post, with Coleen claiming she simply referred to Becky’s Instagram account rather than the WAG herself.

But the judge said an ordinary reader would not take the word ‘account’ to ‘indicate that Coleen remains in doubt about who the wrongdoer was’. He also disagreed with Coleen’s claim that using multiple ellipses in the final line diluted the meaning.

This means the court has no doubt as to who the accusation was made against – Coleen – which will be a consideration if the libel case goes to trial next year.

Coleen’s spokesman told MailOnline following the ruling: ‘Today’s ruling on the technical legal meaning of the post changes nothing. Coleen’s defence to this misguided action was filed last month. 

‘It sets out clearly the facts of her case, which remain the same irrespective of any decision on the meaning. The key issues of the case remain the three stories from Coleen’s private Instagram account published by The Sun and Rebekah’s relationship with the newspaper, including its ‘Secret Wag’ column.

‘Coleen is pleased the judge has ordered that Rebekah must file her reply to the defence, on oath, by no later than December 8. After three years of stress and anxiety about the leaks from her private social media account, Coleen is keen to see progress made on the real issues, beginning with what Rebekah has to tell the court.’  

Mr Justice Warby ruled that the ‘natural and ordinary’ meaning of Coleen’s posts was that Becky had ‘regularly and frequently abused her status as a trusted follower of Coleen’s personal Instagram account by secretly informing The Sun newspaper of her private posts and stories’.

Statement: Coleen wrote on Instagram and Twitter: 'I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It's ¿¿¿¿¿. Rebekah Vardy's account'

Statement: Coleen wrote on Instagram and Twitter: ‘I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It’s ……………. Rebekah Vardy’s account’ 


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