Rebekah Vardy speaks out about mental health after spat with Coleen Rooney

Rebekah Vardy has spoken out about mental health amid her feud with Coleen Rooney, telling her fans "it's okay to feel unstable".

The WAG has returned to social media following her very public showdown with Coleen to share an inspirational message.

Wayne Rooney's wife accused Rebekah, who is married to Jamie Vardy, of selling stories about her to national newspapers, something she denies.

Last night, Rebekah appeared to mock Coleen's "It's….. Rebekah Vardy's account" statement as she tweeted about her husband.

After he scored a hat-trick for his team Leicester City, she tweeted: "It's…… Jamie Vardy #9"

Now, she's taken to her Instagram story to share a post about mental health.

It said: "For anyone that is struggling…

"It's okay to feel unstable. It's okay to dissociate. It's okay to hide from the world. It's okay to need help.

"It's okay not to be okay. Your mental illness is not a personal failure."

Coleen, who has been nicknamed Wagatha Christie in the scandal, planted false stories on her private  Instagram  account and revealed in an epic statement that she'd blocked every account but Rebekah's from viewing her Stories to test whether or not the information would leak.

And when they did, she told the world what had happened in a bombshell statement that went viral.

Rebekah has vehemently denied leaking stories about Coleen and said in her own statement that it was "disgusting" that she even had to deny it, especially when she's heavily pregnant.

She was so upset that she cut her Dubai holiday short and flew back home.

Becky claimed she has hired a forensic IT expert to prove her innocence and is considering legal action.

But representatives for Coleen say she has irrefutable evidence that the leaks came from Rebekah's account.

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