Wayne and Coleen Rooney don matching Christmas pyjamas with their four sons after moving into their £20m mansion
Wayne and Coleen Rooney got into the festive spirit as they posed in Christmas pyjamas with their four sons for an Instagram snap on Wednesday.
The footballer, 36, and his wife, 35, looked happy in the photo which saw their children Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and Cass, three.
The pyjamas had a ringer style top half which had sleeves with Christmas trees on, while the front had a blue elephant wearing a Santa hat.
Family time! Wayne, 36, and Coleen Rooney, 35, got into the festive spirit as they posed in Christmas pyjamas with their four sons for an Instagram snap on Wednesday
The snap comes after removal vans were seen moving furniture into their £20million Cheshire mansion earlier this week.
Several vans were seen parked outside the lavish mansion which the couple have been building since 2017.
Lights were seen on inside the property, which the footballer and his partner were meant to move into last year before the process was delayed amid the pandemic.
Move: The snap comes after removal vans were seen moving furniture into their £20million Cheshire mansion earlier this week
During the summer, it was reported that the famous couple would soon be moving into the property after waving off the diggers which had become a familiar site around the home.
The dozens of builders, developers and designers upped and left with sources stressing only ‘a few minor tweaks’ need to be carried out before the Rooney’s move into the dream home.
‘Even the road leading to the house has been swept and dusted off. The water and power are on and it is ready’ said a source.
Their home – dubbed the ‘Morrisons Mansion’ – due to its similarity to the supermarket chain, is on the flightpath to Manchester Airport with planes flying directly over it, as revealed by MailOnline.
One local resident at Knutsford, Cheshire, said: ‘It has been fairly quite in the skies above their home because of the pandemic and lesser planes flying about.
‘But I think they are going to be at their wits end when the holiday season arrives and if things are back to normal. The planes are in swarms each hour usually.
‘They have put security cameras up around their border, but there are areas when you can get very close from public land. There is little they will be able to do about it.
‘But I wish them well as do most of us around here. They are a young family just like any other moving into a new home.’
Work ground to a halt for several weeks during lockdown as building materials deliveries stopped during the pandemic.
They had originally pencilled in January of 2020 as their moving in date.
Property: During the summer, it was reported that Wayne and Coleen would soon be moving into the property after waving off the diggers which had become a familiar site
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