Wayne Rooney’s wife looked stunning in a mini red dress as she lunched with her friends and mum Colette
Coleen Rooney dressed to the nines earlier this week as she enjoyed a lunch date with her girlfriends and her mum Colette.
Wayne Rooney’s wife took to Instagram to share several snaps of the Christmas-themed lunch and she could not have looked more gorgeous in a mini red dress that perfectly hugged her figure.
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To complete the look, the mother-of-four wore matching statement earrings and gold sandals.
“Thanks so much for another amazing lunch @julieperryevents,” she simply captioned the three pictures.
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Fans rushed to compliment her look, with many leaving fire emojis and calling her “gorgeous”.
“Looking breathtakingly stunningly beautiful gorgeous cute Coleen, you always do,” one wrote, whilst a second said of her mum: “Colette you never change you looks stunning. You all do.”
“I want this dress!! You look stunning,” wrote a third.
Coleen has been very active on social media recently, showing off pictures of her children as well as a rare look at her and Wayne’s date night.
Coleen was joined by her friends and her mum Colette
Earlier this month, the couple enjoyed a dreamy-looking dinner, and could be seen posing in the restaurant with their arms around each other. Coleen captioned the snap: “Gorgeous couple of nights away.” The setting was stunning, complete with wicker chairs, blankets and lots of Christmas lights.
The pair looked cosy in their warm winter jumpers as they soaked up some rare alone time. The 35-year-old shares four sons with the former England footballer, Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three.
The trip comes just a few weeks after
She addressed it for the first time in a trailer for the Amazon Prime documentary on the life and career of her husband.
Recalling the scandal with three prostitutes back in 2002, Coleen said: “I knew groups Wayne was hanging around with – together with alcohol – not good. I forgive him but it wasn’t acceptable.” Wayne then admitted: “People still look at me in a different way. For me it’s important that people remember me for who I am rather than what I’ve done.”