Rebekah “Becky” Vardy, striker of Leicester City Jamie Vardy‘s wife, now taking on the challenge of her life in the I’m A Celebrity jungle.
Rebekah is the 35-year-old and she was born Rebekah Nicholson, the star met her future husband after she was hired to organised the star’s birthday party in January 2014.
After a two-year relationship and the birth of their first child, Sofia, the couple tied the knot at Cheshire’s Peckforton Castle in May 25, 2016.
In addition to the two children she has with Jamie, Rebekah has two children, Megan (aged 11) and Taylor (6), from previous relationships.
Jamie also has a five-year-old daughter, Ella, from a relationship with Emma Daggett, bringing their combined brood up to five.
Rebekah Vardy opened up about being sexually abused as a teenager on Loose Women.
I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! returned for its seventeenth series on 19 November 2017 on ITV. The series is the third in a three-year contract, as confirmed by Ant & Dec at the end of the Coming Out show in December 2016.
In October 2017, it was confirmed that Ant & Dec will return to host the series, despite rumours suggesting that the pair would not be present due to Ant’s admittance to rehab earlier in the year for drugs and alcohol addiction.
Excellent finalizer, Jamie Vardy is a versatile striker, capable of playing more roles on the offensive front. Very fast, dowry that makes it particularly effective in restarting, has often been praised for the spirit of sacrifice and the force of character. Equipped with an excellent sense of position, he is also skilled as an assistant-man.
When he played in the amateur series of English football and before becoming a professional football player in all respects, Vardy had several works, including the metalmaker at the Sheffield factories. When he was registered at Stockbridge because of a collusion in a pub, he was forced to wear the electronic bracelet for about six months. Having succeeded in becoming less than four years as a prominent champion Sheffield suburban football player, he also had the interest of director Adrian Butchart who wanted to tell his life in a movie.
In the 2015–16 season Leicester won a historic championship. With 24 league goals, Vardy was the second highest scorer in the Premier League for the 2015–16 season, alongside Sergio Agüero, only one goal behind Golden Boot winner Harry Kane. Vardy was one of four Leicester players in the PFA Team of the Year; he was later also named the FWA Footballer of the Year, and the 2016 Barclays Premier League Player of the Season.