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Jamie Vardy’s wife Rebekah opens up about their 'amazing' wedding

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Jamie Vardy's new bride Rebekah has opened up about the couple's wedding on Good Morning Britain, calling it a "brilliant" day.

Rebekah, who shared her wedding album exclusively with HELLO!, said: "It was amazing, the night before was quite eventful, but you'll find out more about that in Jamie's up and coming book. It was brilliant, we had a great day, everything went as smoothly as possible, so we couldn't asked for any more."

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Rebekah called their wedding "brilliant"

Rebekah also responded to the rumours that One Direction's Louis Tomlinson could be up for playing Jamie in a proposed film about his life. She said: "It's a possibility. We'll leave Adrian [Butchart] to decide what happens with the film, but we're 100% supportive of what goes on behind that and what will be will be with that film.

"I love Louis - I think he's great. He's such a brilliant character as well and a really nice down to earth guy."

With Euro 2016 beginning on Friday the newlywed has revealed she plans to keep a video diary for Good Morning Britain throughout the tournament. Speaking of her upcoming project, she said: "[I'll be] talking about the atmosphere in the stadium, what I've been doing and hopefully getting to meet some of the fans as well and interacting with them as well, which will be brilliant."


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She also opened up about her husband's upcoming matches, joking that she is often more nervous than him. "Jamie doesn't get excited about anything," she revealed.

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"He didn't even get excited about our wedding, that's just what he's like. Pressure? I don't think so, I think he thrives under that pressure, I don't think he ever shows it… sometimes I can't even watch!

"He's doing good. He's looking forward to the up and coming games of course. And obviously it's his first tournament so the whole experience has been brilliant for him."