Rebekah Vardy, the wife of Leicester City and England footballer Jamie Vardy, has slammed Kyle Walker’s wife for ‘playing the victim’ after the Manchester City star was caught up in a flashing shame.
The Manchester City defender was caught on camera in a compromising position with a woman in a hotel room, and his wife Annie Kilner has since spoken out about the incident.
However, Rebekah Vardy has now hit out at Kilner, claiming that she is ‘playing the victim’ and is ‘being a doormat’.
Vardy, who is a mother of four, took to Twitter to express her views on the situation, writing: “It’s so sad to see women playing the victim when they are anything but.
“It’s not ok to be a doormat and let people walk all over you. Stand up for yourself and don’t let anyone take advantage of you.”
The tweet has since been liked by thousands of people, with many praising Vardy for her stance on the issue.
The incident involving Walker has been widely reported in the media, with the footballer being accused of cheating on his wife.
Walker has since apologised for his actions, saying that he was “deeply sorry” for the hurt he had caused.
Kilner has also spoken out about the incident, saying that she was “devastated” by what had happened.
However, Vardy has now criticised Kilner for ‘playing the victim’, and has urged her to stand up for herself.
Vardy’s comments have been widely praised by many, with many people agreeing with her stance on the issue.
The incident involving Walker has sparked a debate about infidelity and the role of women in relationships, with many people arguing that women should not be expected to ‘put up’ with their partner’s indiscretions.
Vardy’s comments have added to this debate, and have highlighted the importance of standing up for oneself in a relationship.
It is clear that Vardy is not afraid to speak her mind, and her comments have certainly resonated with many people.
It remains to be seen how Kilner will respond to Vardy’s comments, but it is clear that Vardy’s words have struck a chord with many people.