Rebekah Vardy confesses she is ‘deeply ashamed’ of her Peter Andre kiss-and-tell interview

Rebekah Vardy confesses she is ‘deeply ashamed’ of her Peter Andre kiss-and-tell interview which she famously compared his privates to a chipolata

  • Rebekah Vardy, 40, said she does not think story should have been brought up
  • She added on Talk TV chat that she ‘deeply regrets’ the News of the World story 
  • Vardy is still maintaining that she did not leak stories about Coleen to the Sun
  • This is despite their libel trial ruling in Coleen’s favour

Rebekah Vardy has confessed she is ‘deeply ashamed’ of her Peter Andre kiss-and-tell interview in which she famously compared his privates to a chipolata. 

Speaking to Talk TV’s Kate McCann, in her first interview since losing the Wagatha Christie libel case, she added that she does not think the story should ever have been brought up in the trial, according to the Mirror.  

‘That was a story I put my name to and that was something I deeply regret and I’m deeply ashamed of’, she said.

Rebekah said: ‘It was so long ago. Life for me was so different then.’

Speaking to Talk TV's Kate McCann, pictured, in her first interview since losing the Wagatha Christie libel case, she added that she does not think the story about her and Peter Andre should ever have been brought up in the trial

Speaking to Talk TV’s Kate McCann, pictured, in her first interview since losing the Wagatha Christie libel case, she added that she does not think the story about her and Peter Andre should ever have been brought up in the trial

Her confession comes months after the infamous News of the World interview about the 49-year-old Australian singer was brought up by Coleen’s lawyer at the WAG libel showdown at High Court and Rebekah told those present that she ‘regretted’ the article.

Their showdown came after Rebekah sued Coleen for libel. Coleen had accused Rebekah of selling fake stories about her to the Sun three years ago.  

The 40-year-old told Kate McCann in her TalkTV interview that she tried to explain the situation after the lawyer brought it up but believes that it was wrong for Andre to be brought into the trial as it had ‘nothing to do’ with what she was accused of.   

The WAG also used the conversation to protest her innocence, breaking into sobs, maintaining that she did not sell stories to the Sun about Rooney and saying that she felt ‘let down’ by a lot of people, mainly the legal system. 

Her confession comes months after the infamous News of the World interview about the 49-year-old Australian singer was brought up by Coleen's lawyer at the WAG libel showdown at High Court and she told those present that she 'regretted' the article. Pictured: Rebekah arrives at court in May

Her confession comes months after the infamous News of the World interview about the 49-year-old Australian singer was brought up by Coleen’s lawyer at the WAG libel showdown at High Court and she told those present that she ‘regretted’ the article. Pictured: Rebekah arrives at court in May 

Their showdown came after Rebekah sued Coleen for libel. Coleen had accused Rebekah of selling fake stories about her to the Sun three years ago. Pictured: The Rooneys leave court in May

Their showdown came after Rebekah sued Coleen for libel. Coleen had accused Rebekah of selling fake stories about her to the Sun three years ago. Pictured: The Rooneys leave court in May 

Despite continually denying that she sold false stories about the WAG to the Sun, her face-off with Rooney saw Mrs Justice Steyn rule in Coleen’s favour.

She said that it was ‘likely’ that Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt had given the information to The Sun. 

And she said that the court believed ‘Vardy knew of, considered and was actively engaged in this process.’

After the ruling, Rebekah said she was ‘sad and disappointed’ by the decision, in a statement, and said she did not believe or accept the decision or think that it was ‘just.’ 

Coleen won the trial three years after she first made a social media post accusing Vardy of selling the ‘false’ stories.

Coleen won the trial three years after she first made a social media post accusing Vardy of selling the 'false' stories. Pictured: Coleen leaves the High Court in London in May

Coleen won the trial three years after she first made a social media post accusing Vardy of selling the ‘false’ stories. Pictured: Coleen leaves the High Court in London in May 

Vardy's TalkTV chat is the first way she is trying to restore her reputation. Industry giants have reportedly offered her big and lucrative deals to tell her side of the story. Pictured: Vardy leaves court in May

Vardy’s TalkTV chat is the first way she is trying to restore her reputation. Industry giants have reportedly offered her big and lucrative deals to tell her side of the story. Pictured: Vardy leaves court in May 

The stories which Coleen claimed were fake included her visiting a gender selection clinic in Mexico, plans for her to work in television and flooding in the basement of her mansion.

Vardy’s TalkTV chat is the first way she is trying to restore her reputation. Industry giants have reportedly offered her big and lucrative deals to tell her side of the story. 

Elsewhere, it is understood that her WAG rival Colleen has been in talks about a documentary series to tell her story, with Lorton films.

The company has also made ‘Rooney’ about her husband Wayne previously.  

Speaking to the Mirror before, Coleen’s friend said that the documentary could be ‘the TV event of the year.’

They added that it would be a chance for Coleen to collate all of the evidence she has gathered in one place and explain why she thinks Rebekah spread the stories about her and others.  

According to her friend, she wants to get everything out into the public domain and allow people to come to their own conclusions about Wagatha Christie.  

It is understood that the show could be released by Amazon Prime, coming out laterr this year.

The Times has reported that Coleen could bag up to £250,000 for the show.  

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