Danielle Lloyd has vowed to quit the showbiz world and focus on creating a future for her sons after clashing with Rebekah Vardy online.
The former WAG, who used to be married to footballer Jamie O’Hara, says while she doesn’t regret going on This Morning to defend Coleen Rooney for accusing Rebekah Vardy’s Instagram account of leaking stories to the press about her, she is ready to wind down her red carpet lifestyle.
Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online at Nickelodeon SlimeFest 2019 in Blackpool, Danielle said: "I don’t have any regrets about going on This Morning.
"At the end of the day everyone has their own opinions. At the end of the day stories have obviously been solid.
"It happens in day to day life. The paper will never release who their source is but it is a shame that it has happened."
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The Scouse babe continued: "I don’t want to get any more involved than I already am."
After Wayne Rooney’s wife sent Instagram into meltdown with an explosive online statement, Danielle was spotted commenting with a string of rat emojis – believed to be aimed at Rebekah Vardy’s account.
Explaining how she’s calling time on her showbiz days just days after Rebekah rounded her on Twitter, the yummy-mummy said: "I have just opened my own property development business so I am really concentrating on that.
"And trying to move away from showbiz.
"I have been in the public eye most of my life but it is nice to have something away from the spotlight to focus on.
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"I 100% want to wind down the public side of my life and I want to have a future for my boys so hopefully they will take over the business."
Sympathising with Coleen and recalling how people have sold stories on her in the past and how it threw her into turmoil, Danielle explained: “I have got really thick skin so I try and deal with it the best way I can.
"It’s horrible having people sell stories on you – I’ve had my own family sell stories on me.
"You wish if they were that hard up for money and you would help them out. I just block them out of my life."
She defiantly added: "I don’t believe in negatively. I don’t time for it in my life.
"I think it is better if you don’t read things.
"I never read comments as it will just make you depressed and suicidal."
- Coleen Rooney
- Rebekah Vardy
- Wayne Rooney
- This Morning
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