Coleen Rooney spotted without wedding ring ahead of Wagatha Christie verdict

Coleen Rooney has been spotted without her wedding ring on – one day before the Wagatha Christie verdict is announced.

The WAG, 36, has been married to Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney since 2008, but has seemingly left the house without the ring given to her by her husband.

She wore a plain black top, animal print leggings and a pair of trainers as she ran errands in Alderly Edge, with one foot still wrapped up in a medical boot.

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Coleen's appearance comes after it was confirmed the judge in the three-year-long trial case, Mrs Justice Steyn, will hand down her verdict tomorrow (Friday, July 29) at noon.

The mum-of-four has been embroiled in a legal battle with Rebekah Vardy, 40, at London’s High Court following her claims that Rebekah's Instagram account was behind numerous leaked stories about her to tabloids.

Coleen set up her own month-long "sting operation" to prove it was Rebekah behind the leaks and later shared the allegation in a public post on social media, resulting in her being dubbed Wagatha Christie.

Jamie Vardy's wife has always vehemently denied the claims and, in June 2020, filed a civil lawsuit for defamation, maintaining that she personally was not behind the leak.

When Rebekah brought her case forward, the judge ruled that Coleen must prove that Ms Vardy had had a direct hand in the leaking of the information.

Coleen told the High Court: "I believe that Mrs Vardy knew this was happening, whether it was Mrs Vardy herself or it was someone she's given permission to."

Former England player Wayne was photographed several times heading to court in support of his wife, and even gave evidence in the trial.

He was called up by Coleen's defence team and told the court he had spoken to Jamie Vardy about Rebekah's behaviour.

Wayne, who shares four sons with Coleen, also told the court of his wife's struggles over the past few years, saying: "I don't think anybody wants to be in court but for me and my wife we don't want to be in court."

The former Derby manager added: "I've watched my wife over the past two, two and a half years, really struggle with everything that's gone on… she's become a different mother, a different wife.

"It's been really traumatic for my wife through this situation. Hopefully whatever the judgment is… me my wife, our children can go on and live our lives. This isn't something we wanted to be part of."

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