Proud mum Coleen Rooney shares a sweet snap of her four sons as she treats them to an after-school dinner of hot dogs and chips
She’s a doting mother to four boys.
And Coleen Rooney, 35, treated her sons to an after school meal out as they headed for hot dogs and chips at a pub in Wilmslow, on Friday.
The WAG shared an adorable photo of her boys Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three, as they tucked into their food.
Family meal: Coleen Rooney, 35, shared a sweet snap of her four sons as she took them to an after school meal of hotdogs and chips in Wilmslow, on Friday
Coleen wore a chunky cable knit jumper and pulled her brunette hair into a practical ponytail for the outing.
She smiled for the sweet shot as the family shared a booth at the cosy restaurant and the boys seemed eager to eat their dinner.
Kai, Klay and Kit looked smart in their school uniforms as they each wore a shirt and tie with a blazer.
Doting mother: Coleen is often seen sharing photos of her ‘cheeky lot’ to Instagram Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three
Coleen is often seen sharing photos of her ‘cheeky lot’ to Instagram as she gives an insight into her family life.
The family meal comes as Coleen paid a heartfelt tribute to her late sister Rosie on the ninth anniversary of her death, last week.
Rosie passed away in 2013 following her lifelong battle with Rett syndrome, a rare brain disorder that causes severe disabilities.
Taking to Instagram, Coleen, shared a sweet photo of her sibling resting in bed.
‘Our angel’: The outing comes as Coleen paid a heartfelt tribute to her late sister Rosie on the ninth anniversary of her death last week
She wrote: ‘9 years today Ro. Thinking about you every day. Love you always #OurAngel’.
Rosie bravely fought a lifelong battle with Rett syndrome – a rare brain disorder that affects physical movement and can bring about many different symptoms in each individual case.
Rosie was originally taken in as a foster child by Coleen’s parents, bricklayer Tony and Colette, a former nursery nurse, when she was two.
Although they were aware she was disabled they did not know the full extent of her condition, which has no cure.
She wrote: ‘9 years today Ro. Thinking about you every day. Love you always #OurAngel’