We are set to find out the Wagatha Christie verdict very soon.
After weeks of waiting, a conclusion to the almost three-year saga between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy will be delivered tomorrow after Wayne Rooney's wife's claimed her fellow WAG had been leaking stories to the press.
On Friday 29 July at 12 noon the judgment in Vardy v Rooney will be handed down by Mrs Justice Steyn.
The hand down will be taking place remotely, nothing will happen in court.
The high-profile court case - issued by Vardy - drew to a close in May, after a number of revelations were made.
The rollercoaster of events have been well documented in the press since Coleen published the explosive statement on her social media, accusing 40-year-old Rebekah of leaking stories from Coleen's private Instagram account to the press.
Rebekah has always vehemently denied the claims, which were made while she was pregnant with her youngest daughter, and later decided to take Coleen to court over them.
In a now famous post, Mrs Rooney uses social media to accuse Mrs Vardy, 40, of selling stories from her private Instagram account to the tabloids.
Mrs Rooney says she spent five months attempting to work out who was sharing information about her and her family based on posts she had made on her personal social media page.
After sharing a series of “false” stories and using a process of elimination, Mrs Rooney claims they were viewed by one Instagram account, belonging to Mrs Vardy.
Mrs Vardy, then pregnant with her fifth child, denies the allegations and says various people had access to her Instagram over the years.
She claims to be “so upset” by Mrs Rooney’s accusation, later adding: “I thought she was my friend but she completely annihilated me.”
The public dispute made headlines around the world, with the hashtag #WagathaChristie trending.
The Rooneys missed the last day of the trial, heading abroad for a pre-planned family holiday.
At the time, their lawyer David Sherborne said the couple have asked him to pass on “individual apologies” and to explain “that they intend no disrespect to the court”.
"They had a long-standing travel arrangement with their four children which was booked in advance by their lawyers," with Mr Sherborne said this was done on the understanding that Thursday was not going to be a day the court was sitting.
The judge, Mrs Justice Steyn, said: “I don’t take offence”.