Brits are cashing in on Coleen Rooney’s spat with Rebekah Vardy by flogging ‘Wagatha Christie’ themed merchandise.
Savvy sellers are selling T-shirts, phone cases, badges and even Christmas cards with mum-of-four Coleen’s new nickname emblazoned on them – with a staggering 316 items to currently buy on eBay alone.
For just £7.96, fans of the amateur detective can purchase a black t-shirt with ‘Wagatha Christie’ on it.
Other Coleen-themed clothes include hoodies, vests and jumpers. Punters can also purchase a £2.95 Christmas card stating: ‘Hope your Christmas isn’t as dramatic as Coleen vs Vardy.’
It also has Wagatha Christie in a magnifying glass on it.
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy (pictured) are at loggerheads over Coleen’s accusations that Rebekah sold stories about her after reading them on the WAG’s private Instagram account
Brits across the nation are cashing in on the public dispute – with everything from hoodies to Christmas cards (pictured) being sold
Among the items is a plain white mug which has Wagatha Christie in a magnifying glass on it (pictured) and retails at £12
Cashing in! Stylist Ozzie Shah is selling Wagatha Christie t-shirts for £9.99 each. The comedy moniker has been given to Coleen, 33, since she revealed she’d turned super sleuth in a bid to find out who had been ‘leaking’ stories about her to the tabloid press
And fans can also now make a brew in their own Wagatha Christie mug – which costs £12.
Stylist Ozzie Shah claims he has made £50,000 already from flogging themed T-shirts. And more mainstream brands are also selling special gear.
London fashion company Skinny Dip has started selling Wagatha Christie phone cases for £15. It includes the pun slogan ‘This is a case of Wagatha Christie.’
The wife of ex-England captain Wayne used her detective skills to uncover that someone operating Rebekah’s Instagram account had been leaking stories to a newspaper.
London fashion company Skinny Dip has even started cashing in on the Wag’s spat – and have started selling Wagatha Christie themed phone cases
The phone cases, which retail at £15, include the pun slogan ‘This is a case of Wagatha Christie’ (pictured)
Super sleuth: Coleen Rooney’s (left) detective skills have sent the internet wild, with fans rushing to honour her on Wikipedia and call her the ‘reincarnation’ of Agatha Christie (right)
One of the cards up for grabs on eBay reads: ‘Hope your birthday isn’t as dramatic as Coleen vs Vardy (pictured)
The card is currently one of the 316 pieces of Wagatha-Christie themed merchandise uploaded to eBay
The Coleen Rooney vs Rebekah Vardy mug can be snapped up on the seller’s site for £12 (pictured)
The 33-year-old was quickly dubbed Wagatha Christie, in homage to the Queen of Crime.
Coleen’s Wikipedia page also received a number of edits in the hours after the story broke, with one fan changing her birth date to that of iconic author detective novelist Agatha Christie.
Father-of-two Dan Atkinson is thought to have coined the hilarious nickname.
The 39-year-old said: ‘I knew the tweet was a neat pun, but anyone who says they can guess what will go crazy is lying, aren’t they?
‘Pretty funny really for a four word tweet, I have had a marriage proposal and suggestions that I become prime minister and also be knighted.’
Pregnant Rebekah, 37, wife of Leicester City ace Jamie, has strenuously denied leaking the stories.
It is reported that the former friends are now only talking through their lawyers.
Ozzy is selling T-shirts and hoodies online for £9.99 (pictured) and wrote: ‘Let’s show our Queen Rooney some social media support’
Savvy sellers are selling T-shirts, phone cases, badges and even Christmas cards with mum-of-four Coleen’s new nickname emblazoned on them. Pictured, the T-shirt
For just £7.96, fans of the amateur detective can buy a black t-shirt with ‘Wagatha Christie’ on it (pictured)
Pictured, the Wagatha Christie-themed button badge on sale by TheArtfulBadger (pictured)