Coleen Rooney enjoyed a day at the beach with husband Wayne, their four sons Kai (10), Klay (7), Kit (4) and Cass (2) and their parents in Barbados Rebekah Vardy.
WAG and the Derby County captain, both 34 years old, enjoyed the day with their little ones and parents Colette and Tony McLoughlin when it started to rain on the Spanish island on Thursday.
Coleen is in the middle of a £ 1m lawsuit with Becky, 38, who last week revealed in court documents her "extreme fear" of being "publicly ridiculous and contempt" by her in the Wagatha Christie case.
Coleen looked stylish in a black skirt swimsuit that emphasized her slender legs and sun-kissed skin when she went to the beach with her family.
She pulled her brunette curls back into a loose ponytail and shielded her eyes with two chic sunglasses while using a natural palette of makeup for the occasion.
Coleen kept up her mood when it started to rain and saw her picking up son Kai and taking her to her lounge chairs as he dried off after a swim in the sea.
Mother in love: Coleen kept up her mood when it started to rain and saw her pick up son Klay and take her to her lounge chairs as he dried off after jumping into the sea
Relaxed: Wayne could be seen enjoying beer and food on a sun lounger and being kept away from the rain under an umbrella
Proud mother: Coleen watched enthusiastically as she filmed her son Kit cycling in the sand
Family values: Coleen's parents Colette and Tony accompanied her and her family on the trip
Wayne decided not to go out to sea because instead he relaxed on a sun lounger, drank a beer and ate something while relaxing with Colette and his sons.
He kept things casual by wearing a dark blue t-shirt over matching shorts while covering his locks with a baseball cap for a more understated look.
Klay and Cass looked cute in matching pink swimwear, while Kit was wearing a green floral swimsuit and Kai was wearing all blue.
Have fun: Kit was shown showing his mother's shells he had found by the sea
Spending time together: Coleen was talking to Wayne as he ate something on the beach
Catching waves: Kit was seen on a Lilo happily splashing in the water
Bonding with Grandpa: Kit also spent some time with Coleen's father when he got a piggyback ride in the ocean
Friends say the former English football captain hoped that Coleen's WAG war would not come on stage, but he is ready to assist his wife in their search to prove their allegations and to be confirmed.
A source said to The Sun: "Wayne believes that it has gone too far and is afraid that it will reach the court.
"He fears that it may be embarrassing for him and her family what comes out. But he knows how important this is for Coleen and will support her. & # 39;
Another source said, "Coleen is obsessed with it."
MailOnline contacted Coleen and Wayne Rooney representatives at the time of publication for comment.
The vacation was undoubtedly necessary for Coleen, who was accused by Rebekah earlier this month of telling stories to the press.
Rebekah – the wife of the 33-year-old Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy – said in a bomb legal document that she was at risk of suicide by alleging that she leaked stories about Coleen and her family.
She also claims in the document created for her defamation campaign against Coleen that the scandal's stress had feared her losing her unborn baby and suffering panic attacks that made her too scared to leave home.
The star of I & # 39; m A Celeb complains of being made a scapegoat by her rival for accusing her of stories that appeared when Coleen had previously agreed that her friends would gossip about her .
The document states that Rebekah believes that she "was deliberately made the scapegoat for past" leaked "stories" by the defendant (Coleen).
It refers to earlier stories about Coleen and Wayne with some "especially about their marriage, which actually came from the accused's friends, sometimes with the accused's consent".
The newspaper said Sun journalist Dan Wootton said on talkRADIO on October 19 last year that Coleen "manipulated the media to tell stories about her own life."
Wootton added that he wrote "many, many stories" about their marriage and "many other things about the Rooneys" that came directly from Coleen's friends, including some who told "with their (Coleens) approval" the document says
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In her document, Rebekah describes how Coleen's public denunciation on Instagram "seriously damaged her reputation" during her seventh month pregnancy.
When she explained in detail how Coleen "had caused her enormous need and extreme embarrassment", she announced how she had been bombarded with abuse on social media.
Rebekah said the widespread damage to her reputation was illustrated by research showing that the day the scandal broke out, her name had become a more popular search term for Google in the UK than "Brexit".
She also claimed that her name appeared on Twitter 276,822 times the same day, more than three times the number of mentions by Boris Johnson, whose name had only been published 80,704 times.
Coleen made headlines worldwide last October when she made her devastating claim that Rebekah had leaked stories about her and her family to the Sun newspaper.
She published the statement: “It was difficult to keep it to me and to make no comment at all, especially if the stories leaked, but I had to. Now I know for sure which account / person it comes from.
“I saved all of the original stories and took screenshots that clearly showed that only one person was viewing them. It is ……………. Rebekah Vardy's account. & # 39;
Rebekah immediately denied the claims and has been fighting to clarify her name ever since and urges Coleen to withdraw the claims against her.
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