The wife of football star Jamie Vardy, Rebekah, has released a cryptic comment which could relate to his husband’s recent career news.
The footballer, 31, along with his England teammate Gary Cahill, have stepped aside from international football after talks with manager Gareth Southgate.
The announcement sent shockwaves across the legions of fans in the UK, but the WAG, 36, has taken to social media to talk out about the decision, as well as slamming trolls who tried to have a go at her husband.
The I’m A Celebrity star posted a quote to Instagram : "You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it?
"Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Running after people who don’t see you?
"Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life.
"Make yourself proud."
She captioned her quote with: "Love this #morninginspiration #doyou"
The footballer has cited wanting to spend more time with his family, especially Becky and the children, as his reason for retiring from the squad.
The WAG has always been known for her straight-talking manner, as was seen in the jungle where she openly told the other jungle-mates exactly how she felt.
And earlier today, she defended her husband to the hilt when they tried to tear down his decision to retire from the England squad.
One Twitter user posted a comment that it was the right decision for Jamie to step down from the Three Lions, as it was clear the player has finally realised he wasn’t good enough to play for England.
Becky, in one of her sassiest moves yet, retweeted the comment, adding: "You wouldn’t be good enough to even lace his boots!
"He’s achieved more than you EVER will in a whole lifetime."
She added a series of emojis to the post including a woman with their hand over their head in derision, the crying laughing face, the rolling eyes face and the round of applause.
That’s a dynamite combo to take down trolls.
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