Abbey Clancy left a two-word response when Coleen Rooney announced her huge book news on Instagram on Wednesday.
Coleen, 37, had posted a video to her feed of herself unboxing and looking through her new autobiography My Account.
Abbey, also 37, wrote ‘Go girl ❤️’ in the comments of Coleen’s post, which has now racked up almost 30,000 likes.
The two WAGs grew close when their footballer husbands Peter Crouch and Wayne Rooney played for England together from 2005 to 2010.
Coleen captioned the post: ‘I’m so excited to be sharing my story with you all! Looking back at all that’s happened over the last few years, and where it all started, this is My Account.
Brief: Abbey Clancy left a two-word response when Coleen Rooney announced her huge book news on Instagram on Wednesday
New book: Coleen, 37, had posted a video to her feed of herself unboxing and looking through her new autobiography My Account
Supportive friend: Abbey, also 37, wrote ‘Go girl ❤️’ in the comments of Coleen’s post, which has now racked up almost 30,000 likes
‘Out on 9th November, you can pre-order now at the link in my bio. Signed copies available at @waterstones and @whsmithofficial!’
My Account will feature Coleen’s infamous Wagatha Christie dispute with Rebekah Vardy which took the world by storm in 2019.
She dressed in a casual ensemble of black leggings and a white jumper and showed off a glimpse of her incredible Cheshire mansion.
Behind her in the living room was a statue of her footballer husband Wayne, 38, celebrating a goal as well as a series of fashion books.
The TV personality hopes to ‘tell her side of the story’ in the upcoming autobiography.
Publisher Penguin stated: ‘Here, she recounts how she first suspected someone was betraying her trust (and how devastated it left her), and then the meticulous steps she took to identify, trap and finally reveal to the world her suspect.
‘With the consequences playing out around the world and Coleen dragged unwillingly into a devastating court case whose outcome was far from certain, only now can she candidly give us her side of the story.’
Coleen added in the press release: ‘It was the biggest thing that had ever happened to me, and like nothing I’d ever experienced.
‘Looking back on it now, it still amazes me how inflated it all got, how ridiculous, how serious. That’s why I need to tell what happened in full.’
The title could be a nod to the tweet that started everything, where Coleen revealed that ‘Rebekah Vardy’s account’ was the only one to view fake stories from her that somehow made their way to the press.
Wagatha Christie is a portmanteau of WAG and Agatha Christie, a famous crime fiction writer who specialises in whodunits.
Coleen’s book follows a television drama, Channel 4’s Vardy v Rooney: A Courtroom Drama, a stage play, Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial, and the two-part Discovery+ documentary Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Trial.
Last month, a drama documentary about the story and court case telling Rooney’s side of the story, was released on Disney+.
Account: The title could be a nod to the tweet in which Coleen revealed that ‘Rebekah Vardy’s account’ was the only one to view fake Instagram stories which somehow made their way to the press