Coleen Rooney celebrates husband Wayne’s birthday as she shares sweet photo after bombshell Wagatha Christie documentary
Coleen Rooney celebrated her husband Wayne’s birthday on Wednesday as she shared a sweet photo of them together.
The Instagram update comes after the WAG, 37, released her bombshell Wagatha Christie documentary last week, a limited series chronicling her legal battle with fellow footballer’s wife Rebekah Vardy.
Ringing in Wayne’s 38th birthday, Coleen flashed a smiled as she sat by her husband at a restaurant.
She looked as stylish as ever in a black short sleeve top while the footballer opted for a navy blue sweater.
Alongside the photo, she wrote: ‘Happy Birthday Wayne Rooney. So nice to have you home to celebrate together.’
Couple: Coleen Rooney, 37, celebrated her husband Wayne’s birthday on Wednesday as she shared a sweet photo of them together
Last Wednesday, the WAG hit headlines following the release of her Disney+ documentary Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story.
Prior to the documentary, Rebekah jetted off to Dubai to enjoy a family getaway with her two sons Taylor, 13, Finley, six, and her two daughters Sofia, eight, Olivia, three, as she avoided the drama unfolding back home in the UK following the Disney+ series.
Rebekah’s husband Jamie hasn’t been pictured on holiday with her or at the airport.
The footballer’s wife took to Instagram on Sunday to share a glammed up mirror selfie during her boozy night out.
Drinking alcohol in the UAE is only legally permitted in licensed venues such as hotel restaurants, bars and pubs or in the privacy of your own accommodation.
She appeared to be none the wiser amid the controversy towards her since the documentary aired.
Looking as happy as ever and in full spirits, she captioned: ‘Tequila shoes’.
In 2019, Coleen publicly accused Rebekah of leaking stories from her personal Instagram account to The Sun newspaper, leading to a High Court war, in which private WhatsApp’s showed Rebekah’s references to Coleen’s sister.
Tribute: Alongside the photo, she wrote: ‘ Happy Birthday Wayne Rooney . So nice to have you home to celebrate together’
Iconic: The Instagram update comes after the WAG released her bombshell Wagatha Christie documentary last week, a limited series chronicling her legal battle with Rebekah Vardy
Living it up: Prior to the documentary, Rebekah jetted off to Dubai as she avoided the drama unfolding back home
Coleen recently liked a fan’s tweet referencing Rebekah’s plans to use her late disabled sister Rosie to enhance her story leaking plot.
In the midst of Coleen’s three year sting to unveil the ‘snitch’ on her private account, she unfollowed Rebekah – who was revealed to have messaged her agent Caroline Watt to say she should ‘say something about Rosie’ to get back in Coleen’s fold.
Coleen’s parents Colette and Tony McLoughlin took Rosie in in as a foster child when she was two before later adopting her.
She passed away aged 14 in 2013 following her lifelong battle with Rett syndrome, a rare disorder that causes severe disabilities.
The Wagatha Christie tale has dominated headlines for years, with Coleen finally telling her side of the story in the Disney+ documentary.
After explaining how she worked out Rebekah was the perpetrator of the leaks, she revealed her first instinct was to merely unfollow the star – thus removing Rebekah as one of the followers on Coleen’s account.
Soon after, Coleen revealed she was approached by Rebekah, who messaged her saying: ‘Hi my love… hope you are ok?… I saw you had unfollowed me…
‘And I wasn’t following you you anymore on Instagram… Just wanted to ask… If I had done something or offended you in any way?’, after which Coleen stated: ‘I just thought… you’re so two-faced’, to the camera.
Shock: Coleen liked a fan’s tweet referencing Rebekah ‘s plans to use her late disabled sister Rosie to enhance her story leaking plot (Coleen pictured with her sister in 2006)
Hurtful: A fans had shared their support on Twitter
Tragic loss: Rosie passed away aged 14 in 2013 following her lifelong battle with Rett syndrome, a rare brain disorder that causes severe disabilities
Heartbreaking: In the midst of Coleen’s three year sting to unveil the ‘snitch’ on her private account, she unfollowed Rebekah – who was revealed to have messaged her agent Caroline Watt to say she should ‘say something about Rosie’ to get back in Coleen’s fold
Coleen then read a message from Rebekah to Caroline, saying: ‘I never usually message her and say hi. Maybe I should say something about Rosie’.
In disgust, Coleen said of the vile plan: ‘To plan to create a story to get me to reply to back is one thing but to use my sister who’s passed away is just… wrong’.
Earlier in the documentary, Coleen broke down in tears as she discussed Rosie.
While explaining why the WAG struggles to open up about her worries, Colette revealed that it stemmed from growing up caring for Rosie.
Colette shared: ‘Coleen keeps things to herself. She doesn’t want to be a burden and I can relate that back to Rosie. She was so special.’
The McLoughlins took Rosie in in as a foster child when she was two and while they previously just provided respite care, Coleen noted that ‘Rosie was different’.
She explained: ‘When Rosie came along she was a massive part of our lives. She was the sister that I never thought I was going to have.’
Speaking to her mother and her father Tony, she continued: ‘I used to do her hair and used to love picking clothes with me mum for her. She brought that little bit extra to the house. We fell in love with her.’
Outrageous: Coleen then read a message from Rebekah to Caroline, saying: ‘I never usually message her and say hi. Maybe I should say something about Rosie’
Family: Coleen reunited with her father Tony and mother Colette as they discussed Rosie’s final few days in emotional scenes on the Disney+ show
Yet the family soon realised that Rosie was struggling with her development, and after a series of hospital tests she was diagnosed with Rett syndrome.
Coleen explained: ‘Rosie, she struggled. She couldn’t walk and talk and would be in pain and sick but she still put a smile on her face.
‘Sometimes she used to force a laugh out. I think it was just to make my mum and dad happy. Gradually her brain wasn’t functioning so she couldn’t eat anymore, couldn’t talk, move.’
Rosie needed 24-hour care and after suffering from ‘lots of complications’ and being admitted to intensive care, Colette revealed the family decided to bring her home to spend her final days surrounded by her loved ones.
‘We had a sleepover, one last sleepover, all of us together,’ she explained. ‘And then we had a big party to celebrate her life.’
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