EXCLUSIVE: Bikini-clad Coleen Rooney shirks her woes as she hits the beach with her sons, parents and a £12 bottle of rosé in Wales… while Wayne weathers drunk snap scandal at home
- The footballer, 35, has been locked in an embarrassing drama after photos of him sleeping in a hotel surrounded by three semi-naked party girls went viral
- When the scandal erupted, Coleen was on holiday in Wales with their sons Kai, 11, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three, and her parents
- It has been reported that the WAG, also 35, refused to cut the holiday short amid the scandal and on Wednesday she maintained a steely expression on the shore
- While Coleen was on the beach, it was revealed that Wayne had bought the copyright of the images from the women – who he branded ‘decent’ – for £1
Coleen Rooney hit the beach alongside her four sons and her parents Colette and Tony in Abersoch, Wales on Wednesday amid her husband Wayne’s latest scandal.
The footballer, 35, has been locked in an embarrassing drama after photos of him sleeping in a hotel room surrounded by three semi-naked party girls went viral over the weekend, leading to a police sting and blackmail allegations.
The WAG, also 35, refused to cut her family holiday short in Wales amid the ongoing scandal, as she hit the shores with sons Kai, 11, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three, while sporting a striped bikini and denim jumpsuit.
In true relaxation mode, the group brought a £12 bottle of Miraval `Studio` Rosé 2019 along to the shores to let their hair down to the maximum.
Getting away from it all: Coleen Rooney hit the beach alongside her four sons and mother Colette in Abersoch, Wales on Wednesday amid her husband Wayne’s latest scandal
Coleen stepped out in style during her turbulent week, as she arrived at the Welsh beach alongside her family, with her boys in close pursuit.
As Colette reclined on a chair, the four boys – two of whom recently dyed their hair to look like England player Phil Foden – piled out of Coleen’s car on to the sand.
Back at home, Wayne bought the photos of him sleeping in a hotel room surrounded by the semi-naked party girls for just £1, and described the women as ‘decent’ days after claiming their pictures were part of a plot to blackmail him.
Drink up! Clearly in the mood to unwind, the group brought a bottle of Miraval `Studio` Rosé 2019 which markets for around £12
Wayne, who has been married to Coleen since 2008, got caught in the drama over the weekend when he joined the girls in their hotel room near Piccadilly station.
Greater Manchester Police said they had received no reports about the incident, but Cheshire Constabulary were investigating the claims. It confirmed: ‘We have received a complaint of blackmail which we are reviewing.’
One of the images which leaked on social media and went viral on Sunday shows Wayne leaning in towards a blonde reveller at a nightclub in Manchester. There is no suggestion of any wrongdoing on the football star’s part.
Coleen is said to be fully behind her husband and thinks he has been the victim of a stitch-up.
On Wednesday, Wayne paid the ‘nominal’ fee to Brooke Morgan, Elise Melvin, both 21, and their pal Eleanor Hoggarth, who have apologised to him and ‘volunteered to hand over all pictures’ having admitted they got ‘carried away’.
Wayne now owns the copyright on the images that showed him passed out in a chair as the friends mucked around in their underwear in their £60-a-night room in Manchester on Saturday.
Drama: The footballer, 35, has been locked in an embarrassing drama after photos of him sleeping in a hotel room surrounded by three semi-naked party girls went viral over the weekend, leading to a police sting and blackmail allegations
Her boys: She was joined on the beach by sons Kai, 11, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three
Woah! Coleen’s dad Tony was helping build sandcastles while Colette kicked back
What happened? The ex-England skipper alleged to police he was blackmailed over the images of him with three 21-year-old women while fully-clothed and in a chair (Wayne pictured in Cheshire on Tuesday)
One of the revellers flashed her bottom next to the Derby County boss and then posted it online, captioning it ‘Mooney Rooney’.
In the aftermath ex-England skipper Wayne alleged to police he was blackmailed over the images of him with three women while fully-clothed and slumped in a chair. The trio approached Rooney’s lawyer, his spokesman said.
Wayne’s ownership of the majority of the pictures from his night out will now mean he can take legal action if they are used by the press or on social media.
Legs eleven! Coleen did not let the fact she was not in her favoured holiday destination of Barbados get her down as she larked around in Wales
Nice! Ever the designer lover, Coleen was carrying a Givenchy Men’s Black Favelas 74 Tote Bag
Childhood sweethearts: Wayne has been with childhood sweetheart Coleen for nearly two decades. The pair started dating when they were 16 after leaving school, married in 2008 and have four sons together
A spokesman for Wayne said: ‘The three girls who took the photographs contacted Wayne’s lawyers and volunteered to hand over all pictures that were taken that night and the copyrights in them.
‘They have also, at their own suggestion, made a written apology to him for the events that took place and the embarrassment caused…
‘These were three decent young women who went for a night out. They did not expect Wayne to end up in their company and are remorseful about how things turned out with the pictures.
Prepared for anything: She was unloading her swanky car during the day out while Wayne stayed at home in Cheshire to work on things
Smile! Coleen was beaming at her boys on the beach as she distanced herself from the drama at home
Woah! A day at the beach proved to be a heavy one for the family as Coleen was laden with piles of bags
The whole gang: Coleen was joined by her mum, kids and a companion as they unloaded the car
‘They got carried away and did something they later regretted. They did not expect it to end up in the mainstream media after it was posted on social media and they decided to take steps to put things right.
‘It would be wrong to say no money changed hands because when a contract is drawn up there must be a sum and in this case it was a nominal £1.
‘They have fulsomely apologised because they wanted to do what they saw as the right thing and draw a line under the matter.’
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