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Coleen Rooney confirms she’s moving with kids to the USA

Husband Wayne has signed for MLS side DC United

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Coleen Rooney has confirmed she is leaving England to relocate to America with Wayne and her sons.

The 32-year-old ended speculation over whether she’d move Stateside by telling fans on Twitter the entire family will join Wayne in Washington DC, where he has signed for DC United.

Coleen Rooney with her sons in the sunshine
Coleen and the boys will move Stateside (Credit: Instagram @waynerooney)

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She said: “Wishing our Daddy and my Wayne all the luck, happiness and success in America!!!

“It’s a move we are going to do as a family.”

Coleen went on to pay tribute to her husband’s successful career in English football, saying: “Leaving England with so many trophies and also as England and Man Utd’s all time Top goal scorer is a massive achievement!!

“It hasn’t been done for years and you did it!!!”

The couple have four sons: Kai, eight, Klay, five, Kit, two, and baby Cass, who arrived in February.

Fans praised Coleen for being so supportive and wished her and the boys well with the move.

Wayne is already in the States, where he made his debut for DC United two days ago.

He came off the bench after extra time to assist with one goal, helping his side win 3-1 against Vancouver Whitecaps.

The former England player had previously hinted the whole family would be joining him in America after saying he’d chosen Washington DC because it was a family-orientated place to live.

According to The Sun, he said of Washington DC: “I think this is a great place to bring my family. I came over and had a look around.

Wayne Rooney day declared in Washington DC as the former Man United striker is presented to the media.
Wayne has signed for DC United in the USA (Credit: Richard Beetham / SplashNews.com)

“I had been here before but came over to see it first hand and it seemed like the right place my family could move over and have a nice upbringing.”

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Wayne said living in New York or Los Angeles would have been “too hectic” for him.

Good luck with the move!

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