Coleen Rooney and Wayne skip Wagatha Christie finale ‘for holiday’ as Vardy arrives alone

Coleen and Wayne Rooney leave court in London

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Coleen and Wayne Rooney have skipped the last day of the Wagatha Christie trial as Rebekah Vardy arrived at the High Court alone today. It is expected that both sides’ lawyers will be delivering their closing speeches today after the wife of footballer Jamie Vardy took Coleen Rooney to court for libel.

The Rooneys were not seen arriving at the Royal Courts of Justice for the final day of the £3million case between Coleen and Rebekah.

The trial, dubbed the Wagatha Christie case, was set to end yesterday, however, both sides were since given more time to prepare their final arguments.

Wayne and Coleen have now missed the last day after taking their children on holiday.

An insider explained that the couple thought the case would be over by now and didn’t want to disappoint their four sons.

“It’s been a long and gruelling process for both Wayne and Coleen and they didn’t want to disappoint their children,” the source claimed to MailOnline.

Rebekah arrived at the trial at 10am without her husband Jamie.

He is set to play for Leicester City tonight in their game against Chelsea.

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