The WAG, who is married to Leicester City FC footy star Jamie Vardy, shared that the show has provided a welcome distraction amid her ongoing legal drama with fellow WAG, Coleen Rooney.
Rebekah, 38, shared: "When I’m on the ice I just feel free. Free of any worries, free of any concerns and it just feels like I’d imagine what it would feel like to be a bird, and fly.
"I’m in a really good place mentally right now. I’m in a place where I don’t have to have a big front, or show that everything is OK 24/7.
"It’s good for people to know you don’t need to feel OK all the time."
She added: "It’s good to see people in the public eye, not pretending to be unaffected by everything."
Rebekah also shared that she’s "really been trying to work on [herself] lately".
The legal battle between Rebekah and Coleen, 34, is expected to set to culminate in the High Court later this year.
Rebekah is suing Coleen for libel after Mrs Rooney accused Vardy of leaking stories about her to the press, something which Rebekah has vehemently denied.
It was also reported that Coleen was set to counter-sue Rebekah for breach of privacy, however the Daily Mail reported that these plans had been dropped in June last year.
Rebekah recently said that she hoped the pair's legal battle, which has been dubbed the WAGatha Christie scandal, is resolved soon.
Speaking to Hello! magazine, Rebekah shared: "The new year could potentially see a resolution between us.
"I'm sure the public are sick of reading about it too."
In November 2020, Vardy won the first round of the legal battle, after a judge ruled that Coleen, who is married to footballer Wayne, had "clearly identified" her in a post about alleged story leaks from her personal Instagram account.
Coleen was told she had to pay Rebekah's legal costs of £23,000 for the preliminary hearing.