Rooney, Wife To Renew Wedding Vows

Rooney, Wife To Renew Wedding Vows

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Added by November 23, 2017

Everton forward Wayne Rooney and his pregnant wife, Coleen, are planning to renew their wedding vows in 2018.

This report comes days after the couple were seen in public for the first time, since Wayne was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after a night out with a club girl in September.

A source told The Sun UK that the couple are planning to renew their vows in their favourite holiday hotspot Barbados, adding that pregnant Coolen knows deep in her heart that she has already forgiven him.

“‘To say it’s been a rough ride for both of them in recent months is an understatement. But we’ve been told they plan to renew their wedding vows next summer – maybe in Barbados,” the source said.

“We were astonished as Coleen is no fool and a pretty tough cookie. He is just relieved to have another chance.”

Rooney is currently on probation based on the verdict passed in court over his case.

The pair met each other in high school. They got married in 2008 when the player was just 23.

The couple have three boys together and are expecting their fourth child whose sex has yet to be revealed.

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