COLEEN Rooney dressed her four sons and husband Wayne in matching pyjamas for their first Christmas at their £20 million mega mansion.
Kids Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and three-year-old Cass looked adorable in the festive family snap shared on Instagram.
Coleen, 35, and Wayne, 36, will spend their first Christmas in their mansion after months of Covid-linked building delays.
They got in the festive spirit in the matching sleepwear that featured the message: "Have a jolly Christmas!"
And Wayne and Coleen forked out up to £10,000 for someone else to put up their Christmas decorations.
The Cheshire home features separate lifts for the family and visitors, with the Rooneys dubbing it Mini Versailles after the French palace.
A source said: “The house is spectacular. It would probably take all year to decorate it themselves so they’ve hired specialists.”
Some Premier League stars have opted for The Christmas Decorators but the Rooneys brought in Florence Events Decor.
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Coleen yesterday shared a snap with the message: “Thank for doing my tree so last minute. Love it.”
The firm posted a video of the tree featuring a snowy owl.
Coleen also shared a pic of her sons, posing with The Grinch, writing: “Unbelievable as always, love them."
The couple bought the plot in 2017 for £4m and their huge house now sits on 40-acres of land.
Their move into the six bedroom home comes more than a year after they'd initially planned to, with Covid restrictions causing repeated setbacks.
It's home to a television room, bar, wine store, snooker room, cinema, gym, hot tub, swimming pool, plunge pool and steam room.
There is also not one but two lifts – one for the family to use and another for visitors.
Outside it boasts stables, a six-car garage, an orangery and two man-made fishing lakes.
Other features include a whiskey and cigar room for Wayne, a study and a library.
And Coleen and Wayne are taking no chances after a 2016 burglary at their former home, with the mansion having an underground escape route that links the home to the garage and stables.
A source previously told The Sun: "It’s been a difficult and often frustrating process but it’s all but done and ready to move into.
“Wayne and Coleen are absolutely thrilled with it.
“It’s been a long time coming, but the best things come to those who wait."
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