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Jamie Vardy only sees eldest daughter once a month claims former lover


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Vardy sported Ella's name on his boots as he scored against Holland last week... but the girl's mother says he rarely sees her Rex Features

ENGLAND and Leicester hotshot Jamie Vardy only sees his oldest daughter once a month, his former lover has claimed.
The footie ace, 29, sported Ella’s name on his boots as he scored against Holland at Wembley last week.
The camouflage Nike footwear confirmed Vardy’s incredible rags-to-riches story — part of a mega sponsorship deal thought to be worth hundreds of thousands of pounds a year.

The footballer, 29, met ex Emma Daggett when he was 22 and playing part-time for non-league Stocksbridge Park

The footballer, 29, met ex Emma Daggett when he was 22 and playing part-time for non-league Stocksbridge Park
Vardy now lives with fiancee Rebecca Nicholson, along with their 16-month-old daughter Sofia and his stepkids Megan, ten, and Taylor, six

Vardy now lives with fiancee Rebecca Nicholson, along with their 16-month-old daughter Sofia and his stepkids Megan, ten, and Taylor, six TIM STEWART NEWS LIMITED

But today we can disclose details of the five-year-old daughter who has been left behind during his meteoric rise.
Vardy’s ex Emma Daggett told The Sun on Sunday: “It’s difficult.
“He’s never really around so he can’t really commit to her. He doesn’t see her very often. It’s maybe once a month.”
Vardy was just 22 and playing part-time for non-league Stocksbridge Park Steels when he met Emma, then 20, in 2008.
Their relationship fizzled out in 2010 before he moved to Halifax Town. Within two years he landed a £1million move from Fleetwood Town to Leicester City.

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His 19 goals this season are spearheading his side’s Premier League title charge.
Vardy lives with fiancee Rebecca Nicholson, their 16-month-old daughter Sofia and his stepkids, Megan, ten, and Taylor, six.
Each of their names were also stitched on to the striker’s Hypervenom boots on Tuesday.
They attend a private school, paid for by his new £80,000-a-week, three-year contract — which also contains a £30million buy-out clause.
By stark contrast, little Ella’s life could not be more different.
She lives with Emma, an admin worker, in a rented house in the North of England and attends a local primary school.

Vardy is due to marry Rebecca, 34, in May

Vardy is due to marry Rebecca, 34, in May Tim Stewart
Admin worker Emma 'doesn't have any contact with Jamie and isn't seeking any' says a source

Admin worker Emma 'doesn't have any contact with Jamie and isn't seeking any' says a source

A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Jamie’s new family live in luxury and want for nothing.
“Emma and Ella have a very normal life by comparison.
“Ella knows exactly who her dad is and what he does. She is like her dad in that she loves football — a real little tomboy.
“But there’s nothing special about her upbringing at all. Emma is more than happy to keep it that way.”
In November we told how Vardy had not spoken to his mum and stepdad for more than a year in a row over Rebecca, 34, who he is due to marry in May.
But the feud also means Ella sees less of her dad than before — as it was her grandparents who often arranged the visits. The source added: “It’s had a very sad knock-on effect for everyone but her mum is trying to do the best she can.
“Emma doesn’t have any contact with Jamie and isn’t seeking any. Ella has always been Emma’s main priority.
“Jamie hasn’t been around since Ella was born because he moved away to play for Halifax, then Fleetwood and then Leicester. It’s just one of those things.”
Last night a pal of Vardy said: “There’s no secret about Jamie’s family. He loves his kids.”

Rags to riches rise

By BEN LEO
A FILM is already in the pipeline of Jamie Vardy’s rise from non-league to the England team.
He was released by boyhood club Sheffield Wednesday at 16 for being too small then did 12-hour shifts at a carbon fibre factory.
The pacy striker was also earning £30 a week playing for Stocksbridge Park Steels in England’s eighth tier. He was given an electronic tag in 2007 for assault and was often subbed so he could meet his curfew — but still banged in 66 goals in three seasons.
At 23 he went to Halifax Town and scored 29 in a season before being sold to Fleetwood Town for £150,000. Another 31 goals in 36 games saw him snapped up by Leicester City for £1million in 2012. He helped them get promoted to the Premier League, where he scored in a record 11 consecutive games this season to propel them towards the title.
His remarkable rise continued with goals for England against Germany and Holland last week.

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