Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen Rooney are reportedly staying at a swanky hotel that costs £3,500 a night during the Wagatha Christie trial.
Coleen, 36, is being sued for libel by Rebekah Vardy, 40, after the mum-of-four accused the latter of leaking stories about her private life to newspapers.
The trial kicked off in London earlier this week and is expected to remain for seven days in total, with the verdict being read at a later date.
Coleen was regularly seen arriving at court with her husband in tow for support, as the pair walked stoically inside together.
And outside of the trial days, the pair were said to be relaxing at the fancy Nobu Hotel.
The five-star establishment houses suites that cost more than £3,000 a night, though it's not clear which room the Rooneys chose.
When not enjoying the lavish bathrooms and plush furnishings, guests can also book meals in the excellent on-site restaurants.
All suites also have luxury handmade mattresses.
There's also a fitness centre that comes complete with a state of the art gym and a spa for massages, facials and other treatments.
“Wayne and Coleen have had a stressful week and they wanted somewhere to unwind away from the glare of the trial," a source told The Sun.
“They couldn’t travel to and from their home in Cheshire as the case starts promptly and finishes late.”
OK! has contacted representatives for the Rooneys for comment.
Coleen is due back in court Monday to carry on giving evidence in the case.
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It has been a rollercoaster already with Rebekah bursting into tears twice.
The second time she became emotional, the judge called a 10-minute break before they resumed in court.
It came following discussions over conversations with a journalist on Friday, as she said she felt "mocked".
Barrister Hugh Tomlinson QC asked Rebekah why she had messaged the journalist last year specifically, and she replied: "I was angry, I was angry at repeated articles mocking my misery, mocking my hurt, mocking my upset. I didn’t find it funny. It was hurtful.
"It was upsetting. This was my life," Rebekah continued, before reaching for a tissue to wipe away the tears.
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