appears 'tense and protective' in interviews discussing the fallout of the saga, a body language expert said today.
Judi James noted that the WAG keeps her eyes to the floor during the exchanges before looking up when she is seeking to 'gain empathy'.
Ms James, who has authored 26 books on body language, contrasted Mrs Vardy's 'emotional' display in the interviews with TalkTV and The Sun against her steely show in court.
'Her appearances during the trial involved tailored, dour business suits; immaculate, severe hairstyling and a raised chin and focused staring ahead that seemed to signal decisiveness, strength and vindication,' she told MailOnline.
'Her recent Instagram photo showed a punk warrior, walking away from the camera throwing a defiant V sign.
'Now we are being shown a pared-down, bare-faced and tousled-hair Rebekah during these interview clips, wowgoldone.com leaking emotional hints and cues like a sieve as her body performs the equivalent of a more self-contained poker face.'
Judi James noted how Rebekah Vardy kept her eyes to the floor during the exchanges before looking up when she is seeking to 'gain empathy'
She also contrasted Mrs Vardy's 'emotional' display in the interviews with TalkTV and The Sun against her steely show in court
A High Court judge ruled on Friday that the 40-year-old had leaked stories about Mrs Rooney to The Sun with her former agent Caroline Watt.
But in a short clip released ahead of the interview tonight on TalkTV, mother-of-five Mrs Vardy tries to restore her reputation, insisting she ‘did not do it' and saying she feels ‘let down by the legal system'.
The clip ended with Rebekah, the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, bowing her head with tears in her eyes.
Meanwhile, in a second televised interview with The Sun, Mrs Vardy revealed the moment she asked Coleen Rooney: 'What the f*** is this?' following her now infamous Wagatha Christie post, in which she was accused of leaking a slew of stories about her WAG rival to the press.
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Ms James described Mrs Vardy's body pose in the clips as 'intentionally un-communicative, tense and self-protective'.
'Her chair is angled slightly towards the cameras and her leg is crossed away from the interviewer in a closed, barriered gesture,' she said.
'Her hands are clasped carefully to the side of her lap and this clasp seems to prevent any emotional leakage during these clips, even though at one point we can see them undulating as though she is trying to contain her emotions.'
The body language expert suggested her eyes betrayed a similar determination not to reveal her true feelings.
'In these clips Rebekah's eye movements suggest a desire to shield her thoughts via some cut-off rituals,' she said.
'She is often looking downward as she speaks, with an eye-dart suggesting she is recalling what happened.
When she looks up it tends to be at the end of her statements here.
'She seems to look up more easily when she is trying to gain empathy. Her point You know when you read something... is an attempt at shared experiences with the interviewer as she talks about being trolled.
'Her smile at this point looks ironic or stoic, with the lips closed and the corners of the mouth pulled down.'
Mrs Vardy told The Sun that she had to stop taking her children to their father, Jamie Vardy's football games due to chants directed at her.
"As a mum, all you want to do is shield your children from all that s*** and sometimes it's just impossible to do,' she said.
James said: 'Her recent Instagram photo showed a punk warrior, walking away from the camera throwing a defiant V sign. Now we are being shown a pared-down, bare-faced and tousled-hair Rebekah during these interview clips, leaking emotional hints and cues like a sieve as her body performs the equivalent of a more self-contained poker face'
Ms James said: 'The most emotional hint or facial expression of distress comes as she talks of her children and her chin begins to pucker and lift slightly in what can often signal the start of tears.
'The moment her head jerks and falls down to her lap in another clip looks dramatic but is less revealing as she is performing a cut-off by hiding her face and in the clip we only get to see what looks like a gulping movement as she looks up again.'
Mrs Vardy also discussed the moment she phoned Mrs Rooney after her famous Instagram post accusing her of leaking stories.
Analysing her body language when talking about her rival, Ms James said: 'When Rebekah relates her contact with Coleen her micro facial movements suggest disgust and rejection.
'In many ways she mimes the ritual of a baby rejecting food.
Her browns pucker into a frown, her top lip curls upward and she even performs a tongue-poke as her head shakes from side to side.'
'My phone imploded… I said Coleen, what the f*** is this?' Rebekah Vardy reveals moment she confronted Rooney over Wagatha Christie post - but says if she bumped into WAG in street she would take her for coffee as she has 'no bad feelings'
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has revealed the moment she asked : 'What the f*** is this?' following her now infamous post, in which she was accused of leaking a slew of stories about her WAG rival to the press.
The 40-year-old was enjoying a trip to when she saw Coleen, 36, had taken to social media to accuse her of leaking stories to the Sun newspaper following her own months-long 'sting operation', ending the post with the now immortal words: 'It's...
Rebekah Vardy's account.'
Speaking out today after refuting the claim and taking it to the High Court - sparking a sensational £3million libel battle, which she lost last week - the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, 35, said she was in shock upon reading the accusation.
However she extended an olive branch to Coleen, admitting that she would 'take her to Cafe Nero' for a coffee if she bumped into her in the street, as she is not one to 'hold a grudge.'
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Clemmie Moodie of , Rebekah said Coleen had called her from a withheld number in the moments before openly accusing her on October 9, 2019.
She said: 'All of a sudden my phone imploded.
I had a missed call from a withheld number, but then she (Coleen) messaged me and said: 'I've been trying to call you'.
'I picked up the phone and called her and basically said, 'What the f*** is this?'
At one point Mrs Vardy tells McCann 'I'm going to try' and puts her head in her hands.
The presenter hosted last week's Tory leadership debate before it had to be caused when she fainted
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