Rebekah and Jamie Vardy set sights on presenting together like Richard and Judy

Rebekah and Jamie Vardy haven't ruled out one day becoming the next Richard and Judy.

The couplerecently released their children's book, Cedric the Little Sloth with the Big Dream, and wouldn't say no to presenting on television together.

Speaking to The Mirror about new opportunities on screen, Rebekah, 40, replied: "It'd be great to do something like that together. We work together pretty much every day as mum and dad anyway.

"Who knows what's in the pipeline for the future, but Jamie needs to concentrate on football for the moment and I'm totally supportive of that."

"Could you cope with me?" she asked husband Jamie, 35. "I don’t know if I could cope with you! We don't always agree… but 99% of the time we do."

Jamie retorted: "99% of the time I think you're right! That's the challenge. But I'm not ready to finish football just yet."

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This week, the pair spoke exclusively to OK! at the launch of their children's book, saying that "you can't win everything".

Jamie stressed that success shouldn't always be someone's focus.

"You can't win everything – it's that simple," he said. "No matter how good you are, even if you're the favourite to win things, if you're having an off day you're not going to."

"There's no such thing as a 100% win record. You need to have that mindset there's going to be losses. It's not a bad thing."

This is something that is at the heart of their children's book, diving into the topic of winning and the morals behind it.

Behind the scenes, Rebekah is still navigating her legal troubles with Coleen Rooney.

In February, messages between her and her agency were revealed in which she allegedly called Coleen several expletive-filled names in order to "demonstrate beyond doubt that she was not responsible for leaking private information", according to Rebekah's lawyer.

"Such messages include Ms Vardy's shocked reaction when she first discovered that Ms Rooney suspected her of leaking stories."

A source close to Coleen told OK! that these messages would be "a massive win" for her.

"The court case wasn't always looking like it was going to go in her favour, but Coleen is confident the truth always comes out.

"She's always insisted that she has evidence."

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However, since the messages were revealed, Coleen has suffered a setback in her defence, being denied permission to bring new claims against Rebekah's agent.

Coleen's legal team had asked for Caroline to be included in an "additional claim" for misuse of private information to be heard alongside the libel case, set to take place in May.

This was refused by Mrs Justice Steyn following a two-day ruling.

However, they did give permission for Coleen to amend her defence to instead include an allegation that through Caroline, Rebekah was able to provide information to The Sun about an unnamed professional footballer.

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