Becky Vardy says 'so many scenes' with Iain weren't shown

Joann Johnston
December 7, 2017

"Jamie loves me whatever I look like, but I'm too skinny now".

Earlier on Tuesday, she claimed that she felt "under pressure" to call Iain a "fake" after she left the ITV show, and suggested it had been taking out of context.

Rebekah Vardy was spotted leaving her hotel, the Palazzo Versace Gold Coast, to have a manicure and pedicure done at a nearby nail bar.

While the famous duo dodged the topic, amid accusations of "bullying" surrounding the footballer's wife, Joe Swash took it head on in his chat with her on spin-off show Extra Camp and, now, it seems Becky isn't too impressed. She also admitted that she broke down in tears when she realised how she was portrayed on TV.

"I cried when I found out". She was even asked by some fans to step down as the mental health ambassador of a United Kingdom charity YoungMinds.

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These hard feelings come after the mum-of-four appeared on the spin off show and wasn't happy with both her interview with presenter, Joe Swash and the previous comments he made when he called her a man for spending time with camp mates Dennis Wise and Jamie Lomas in the jungle.

"The whole time I was checking if he was OK, especially after he failed his first trial".

During her time in the jungle, Rebekah had branded Iain as "fake".

"I questioned whether he was playing a game as I didn't understand how he could go from being so withdrawn and quiet to being loud and boisterous the minute the camera was on him", said Vardy. She continued: "We actually presented him with something, I'm not going to tell you what".

"There were no dramas, there were no aggravations we all got on really well which I think the public didn't like".

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