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“It certainly wasn’t an immediate attraction when I did meet him,” Becky recalls. “It took a lot of persuasion on Jamie’s part to get me remotely interested.

On 7 August 2016, he scored in a 2–1 defeat to Manchester United in the 2016 FA Community Shield.[69]

The family have been forced to adapt to the limelight quickly, swapping nights out for a Domino’s pizza and a film, and playing with their daughter in the garden of their Leicestershire home.

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Their journey to superstardom has been a fairytale in every sense.

"I love Louis, I think he's great. He's such a good character. He's really down to each as well.

Speaking about her wedding a few weeks ago, she added: "It was amazing, the night before was eventful, but you'll find out more about that in Jamie's upcoming book. But yeah, it was brilliant and we had a great day. Everything went as smoothly as possible. We couldn't ask for anything more."

But despite being new to the spotlight, Becky accepts the pitfalls of success.

She also revealed if she's been shopping for houses in North London.

"Whether it's the right decision or the wrong decision or indifferent. It's his decision and only he can make that."

“He’s matured and settled down, and wanted to become more of a family unit.

It was just six days ago, here in the kitchen of their home, that Jamie and his Foxes team-mates ­celebrated becoming champions.

“It was a special night. I was running around hosting all these crazy boys, getting them drinks, making food, and just watching that moment unfold.

Southampton’s Bertrand was not deemed fit enough to take part in yesterday’s full training session with the rest of the squad, but he did manage to run around a different pitch with England physio Gary Lewin for around 30 minutes. While Hodgson will have no fears of playing Rose against Russia, he will want all his defenders fit for as much of the tournament as possible after deciding to select only seven of them in his 23-man squad.

“Amazingly our daughter Sofia was asleep upstairs the whole time! Her bedroom is above the kitchen, she’s 18 months old, but she didn’t even move!

Arsenal sources have indicated that the club are prepared to wait for Vardy’s decision, which could take as long as five weeks if England get to the final, although manager ­Arsène Wenger may pursue other targets during the tournament.

In August 2015, The Sun on Sunday published a video of Vardy at a casino the previous month, calling a man of East Asian origin a "Jap". He apologised for a "regrettable error of judgement" and was fined by Leicester, who put him on an educational course.[87]

For Becky Nicholson – who in two weeks will marry the country’s new sporting sensation – the memories of this season will last a lifetime.

With that in mind, Vardy felt it was appropriate to inform Arsenal that he could not give them a definitive decision until after the Euros.

“I understand that there are a lot of nice things said too and they do outweigh negative things – so I try just let hurtful things wash over me.”

Other than Bertrand, there have been fitness issues regarding Chelsea central defender Gary ­Cahill, who required an injection to alleviate a hip problem to play against Turkey last month and missed the Australia friendly because of the same issue.

When asked how Jamie was preparing for the big tournament, the 34-year-old said: "Jamie doesn't get excited about anything, he didn't even get excited about our wedding. That is just what he is like, I think he thrives under pressure. I don't think he ever shows [nerves]."

Vardy, Jamie - Leicester (ENG)

With many Arsenal and Leicester City fans anxious about Vardy's potential big summer move to the capital, Rebekah revealed that it was 'all up to Jamie' to decide.

Jamie Richard Vardy (born Jamie Richard Gill;[3] 11 January 1987) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Leicester City and the England national team. He plays as a striker, but can also play as a winger.

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“I must have said ‘No thanks I’m not interested’ for the best part of two months - he was very persistent though, asking me to go for a drink.

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Frontrow Jamie Vardy with wife and one-year-old daughter Sofia at Leicester City celebrations

As the England striker prepares for Euro 2016, Rebekah stopped by the Good Morning Britain studios to talk about their "amazing" wedding day - which saw One Direction star Louis Tomlinson as a guest - and how her husband's getting ready for the tournament.

Jamie Vardy has followed England manager Roy Hodgson’s wishes and put a decision on whether to join Arsenal on hold until after the European Championship.

“It’s just the same as with his career – he never gives up! But he won me over or we wouldn’t be sat here now.”

On 19 August 2014, Vardy extended his contract until the summer of 2018.[35] After missing the first two games of the season through injury, he made his Premier League debut on 31 August 2014, as a second-half substitute in a 1–1 draw at home to Arsenal. On 21 September, Vardy delivered a man of the match performance by scoring his first Premier League goal and setting up the other four as Leicester made a surprise comeback from 3–1 down to a 5–3 victory against Manchester United.[37]

Monday’s ­celebrations – and ­the trophy presentation after Jamie scored in a 3-1 win over Everton – marked a stunning climax to the striker’s rise to stardom.

Before turning professional, Vardy combined playing non-League football with a job as technician making medical splints.[85] In 2007, he received a conviction for assault following an incident outside a pub, and had to play with an electronic tag fitted for six months, while his curfew also limited his playing time at Stocksbridge Park Steels.[86]