Wayne Rooney took his wife Coleen and son Kai for a tour around Washington D.C. on Monday.
Wayne, who is already living and playing in America, took to Instagram to share a collage of snaps as the family enjoyed a sight-seeing trip around their new hometown.
The first photo sees Wayne with his arms around Kai, eight, as they stood in front of The Washington Monument.
Another sees Coleen and Kai smiling for the camera, while a third shows proud dad Wayne and his little boy posing in front of a statue of President Abraham Lincoln.
Wayne captioned the post: “Showing Kai and @coleen_rooney around Washington.”
Fans loved the photos and wished the family luck with their big move.
One person said: “Good luck in America Wayne,” while another wrote: “I wish for you and your family a very happy and successful life.”
A third commented: “Awesome, hope the family enjoyed!!!”
Coleen and Wayne are parents to four sons – Kai, Klay, five, Kit, two, and baby Cass, who arrived in February.
Last month, Coleen confirmed that she and the family would join Wayne across the pond.
She told her Twitter followers: “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!!!”
Wayne had made his debut for D.C. United just a couple of days earlier.
The football legend signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Major League Soccer (MLS) team.
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Wayne had previously hinted the whole family would be joining him in America after saying he’d chosen Washington D.C. because it was a family-orientated place to live.
According to The Sun, he said of Washington D.C.: “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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