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Coleen Rooney has shared a peek inside her footballer husband Wayne’s birthday celebration which was had at home as he has been isolating.
The 34 year old shared an Instagram a snap of Wayne blowing out candles on a cake, while surrounded by balloons, a selection of presents and, of course, his four sons. Kai, 10, Klay, seven, Kit, four, and two-year-old Cass.
The cake is two-tired, bright green and surprisingly, when you consider that the birthday boy is a famous footballer, has a figure of a man putting a golf ball made out of icing on top.
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The former Manchester United player turned 35 on Saturday, and his wife had also organised an array of balloons, both blue metallic ones that read ‘Dad’ and some that were plain white.
Coleen, who has been married to Wayne for over 12 years, then went on to share two different collages of photos with her 885k followers, which she captioned: ”Happy Birthday @waynerooney. We all love you so much,” alongside a red love heart and a birthday cake emoji.
The first is a selection of photos of Wayne together with his four sons, including holiday snaps and cosy photos of them all snuggling in bed together.
The second is made up of images of Wayne and Coleen posing together on various trips and dinners out
Wayne is currently isolating owing to the fact that he was visited by a friend who later tested positive for coronavirus.
The friend was Josh Bardsley, who is the younger brother of Burnley defender Phil Bardsley, and was unaware he had the virus.
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Although Wayne has now tested negative for coronavirus, he has admitted he is “angry and disappointed" to have to miss upcoming games for his football team Derby County because of having to self isolate.
He explained: “Just received the news that my covid-19 test has shown I do not have the virus.
Coleen and Wayne Rooney
"Delighted for myself and family but obviously angry and disappointed that I now have to self-isolate and miss vital games for Derby County."
Hopefully his birthday celebrations are cheering him up!
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