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By Emily Sleight

The ‘Wagatha Christie’ libel trial kicked off this week and Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy have certainly been arriving at London's Royal Courts of Justice in style.

The pair have been pulling out all the stops to achieve courtroom chic, from mini Zara dresses to all black designer gear. This week, Coleen, who grew up in Croxteth, gave a nod to a Liverpool designer she's a fan of.

The Liverpool WAG was seen wearing a ‘Say It With Diamonds’ necklace, made by the local jewellery brand who have stores in The Metquarter and Liverpool ONE.

The brand was created by Aintree woman Charlotte Donoghue, 31, in June 2016 with just five necklaces. Since then, her business has expanded into a multi-million pound company with the likes of Coleen Rooney showcasing the popular products.

READ MORE: Aintree woman's multimillion pound brand she started with just five items

Six years ago, Charlotte took her five trial designs to Instagram and Facebook after working in social media and influencer marketing, she had 10 orders within hours. She then continued to buy more and more luxury pieces which saw the brand continue to grow.

At this week's Wagatha Christie trial, Coleen chose to wear one of the brand's necklaces on day two, pairing it with a black and white, short printed dress from Zara, for £32.99, a black Chanel loafer and matching handbag.

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