Coleen and Wayne Rooney’s four sons may be the cutest England supporters ever.
Coleen, 32, shared the sweetest snap of her boys to Twitter as they prepared to watch England against Croatia in last night’s World Cup semi-final.
The photo shows Kit, two, Klay, five, Kai, eight, and four-month-old Cass sporting matching England kits as they cuddled up on the sofa.
Good luck England 🏴… match ready pic.twitter.com/IQXM3S0IxV
— Coleen Rooney (@ColeenRoo) 11 July 2018
Coleen captioned the post: “Good luck England… match ready.”
Fans couldn’t get enough of the super cute picture.
One person said: “What a photo!” while another wrote: “Such a gorgeous photo, that’s beautiful.”
A third added: “Aw gosh, what a photo. One to treasure.”
Coleen’s hubby Wayne was every inch the proud dad as he retweeted the gorgeous snap to his own Twitter account.
Wayne was the England captain for many years and is known for being their record goalscorer.
After England missed out on a spot in the World Cup final after being defeated by Croatia on Wednesday night, Wayne took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the result.
He praised the England team for their efforts but admitted he was “gutted”.
The star said: “Gutted. Massive well done to all the lads who have done us all proud, keep your heads held high.
“This is a great young team with a big big future.”
Gutted. Massive well done to all the lads who have done us all proud, keep your heads held high. This is a great young team with a big big future 👏👏👏
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) 11 July 2018
In August last year, Wayne retired from international football and has been playing for Everton since.
Last month, it was revealed that Wayne has just signed for a US football club, DC United, based in Washington DC.
The football legend signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Major League Soccer (MLS) team.
But could that mean Coleen and their four sons will have relocate across the pond?
Earlier this month, Wayne hinted that the family could be moving to the States.
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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.
“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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