Coleen and Wayne Rooney have thrilled fans by sharing a gorgeous new family photo.
The couple both posted the same snap to Instagram on Monday showing them posing with their four sons: Kai, eight, Klay, five, Kit, two, and baby Cass, who arrived in February.
They alluded to having some difficulty getting all four boys to pose at the same time, though!
In a caption alongside the snap, Coleen, 32, joked: “Hard work to get a 📸 but at least we’re all back together!”
Wayne, 32, moved to the US earlier this summer to start his new career in America’s Major League Soccer (MLS), after signing a contract with Washington’s D.C. United.
Coleen previously confirmed she and the kids would relocate to America to be with him, but didn’t go out immediately as Coleen had bits to do back home such as packing up belongings and getting their affairs in order.
The couple didn’t indicate where their new family photo was taken, but several fans left comments to say they’d seen the family out and about in D.C. over the weekend.
One wrote: “Lovely photo hope you all settle into your new life quickly.”
Another said, “Love it, normal family photo and not everyone looking at the camera”, while a third wrote: “That’s such a lovely photo.”
Coleen has told Reveal magazine the family will stay in D.C. for the two years on Wayne’s contract before returning home to the UK.
“We’re not going forever. He’s got the contract and then after that, we’re coming home – that’s the nice thing about it,” she said.
“While we’re there, we’ve got to enjoy it and make the most of it. People keep saying, ‘You might love it that much you don’t want to come home.’ But home for is home.
“I know I’ll definitely want to come back by the end of it.”
Coleen previously acknowledged it was a huge move for the boys, who will, obviously, have to change schools.
In an interview with The Mirror, she admitted: “My eldest [Kai, eight] is so outgoing he is fine – you put him anywhere and he will get on with it.
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“But my five-year-old loves home and being comforted. He said, ‘What are my friends going to do without me?’ But they are young enough to adapt to it – and there are so many school holidays anyway.”
Wayne has said in previous interviews he chose to work in D.C. rather than New York or Los Angeles as it offered a quieter, more family-friendly environment.
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