Rebekah Vardy was not referring to Coleen Rooney when she called someone an expletive in a message to her agent, a court has heard.

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On the second day of a two-day hearing, Mrs Vardy's barrister said the "nasty" message was "about someone else".

Proceedings this week will decide what evidence can be used in a May trial.

The "Wagatha Christie" row broke out in 2019 after Mrs Rooney said fake stories were leaked to newspapers that had only been seen by Mrs Vardy's Instagram.

Mrs Vardy denies the accusations and is suing Mrs Rooney for libel.

On Tuesday, the High Court heard the content of some WhatsApp messages exchanged between Mrs Vardy and her PR and friend Caroline Watt.

Today the judge was told many of these messages were not supposed to be released but a software glitch meant they could be read by her rival's legal team and they want them to be included in the upcoming trial.

They include the key message "I would love to leak those stories", from Mrs Vardy, about Coleen Rooney's Instagram posts.

Mrs Rooney's lawyers have previously claimed that Mrs Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie, had leaked information to The Sun newspaper either directly or through Ms Watt "acting on her instruction or with her knowing approval".

In court, her barrister David Sherborne, had said those messages "reveal that Mrs Vardy and Ms Watt are responsible for the leaking". But today, Mrs Vardy's lawyer, Mr Tomlinson insisted they were "selective", and had "precisely the opposite effect".