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Rebekah Vardy is planning to build incredible new horse stables at £2.5m home after Wagatha Christie drama

Rebekah Vardy is planning to build an incredible new horse stables at her £2.5m home following the Wagatha Christie drama.

The High Court libel trial came to an end last month, although the judge in the case is yet to publish her decision.

Rebekah Vardy has plans to build an incredible new horse stablesCredit: Rebekah Vardy/Instagram
The WAG wants hedges and trees around the stables for privacyCredit: HSSP Architects/South Kesteven District Council
The decision of the court case will be told at a later dateCredit: PA

Now Rebekah, 40, is keen on building a huge equestrian stables on the grounds of her stunning Lincolnshire mansion that she shares with husband Jamie, 35, and their children.

According to the Mail, her plan to build a five feet 10 inch timber fence around the area of 5,340 square metres is yet to be approved.

The WAG also wants to have complete privacy and wants to add hedges and trees to surround the area.

It comes after it was revealed Becky is renting out her Portuguese villa amid legal costs.

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The couple are advertising their “sanctuary”, where they have regularly retreated to escape the spotlight.

It's understood the couple have rented out the property for some years, before the start of the costly case.

Mum-of-five Becky and Leicester striker Jamie have owned their plush pad for several years.

It is at an exclusive golf resort in the south of Portugal and has three pools, a gym, sauna, steam room and six bedrooms.

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A source said: “It’s Rebekah and Jamie’s little sanctuary. They love getting away from it there, especially with such a lot of stress over the last few years.

“They’ve decided to let it, however, and will be extremely careful about who uses it."

A source close to the couple said they had been renting the property for years and it had nothing to do with paying off the legal costs.

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The libel trial came to a close on May 19, after Coleen accused Rebekah of leaking stories about her.

All evidence has now been heard by judge Mrs Justice Steyn, who will deliver her decision in writing at a later date.

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