Coleen Rooney seen out in Wilmslow, Cheshire, 09.10.12.
As we relayed to our followers yesterday, Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen are “thrilled” to be expecting their second child due this May, Col revealed via Twitter. Seems that she only became pregnant last month – around the same time her Manchester United hubby was laid up at home with an injury. Hubba hubba, schwing, etc.
The sometimes author, TV presenter and Littlewoods clotheshorse and Wayne already have one well-behaved son, Kai, born November 2009.
Congrats to them!
Image: E4.com. First spotted via The Sun.
Stuck for a water cooler discussion topic this morn?
Why not this one: West Cheshire College is now accepting applications for a new one-of-a-kind class, “How to Get the WAG Look.” Curriculum-wise, the £50 two day programme promises insider tips and tricks for achieving Abbey, Alex and or Coleen’s same “glamourous look elegantly”. With some help from fake eyelashes, clip-on hair extensions (curlers not included) and smudge-proof warpaint, girls will finally be able to shake what their doctors gave them with celeb-inspired confidence.
As if the UK wasn’t already going to hell in a hand basket.
Image: Alex Livesey/Getty Images Europe.
Given the eventful nature of John Terry’s England career, it was always unlikely that his parting would be the lump-in-throat, blubber inducing presser moment his predecessor provided.
The Chelsea skipper announced his retirement from international football on Sunday, one day before he was due to appear before an independent panel convened to examine allegations of his using racially charged language towards a fellow player. But instead of an emotional goodbye to the NT, he fired the opening salvo in what looks to be the biggest battle for his career and reputation to date.
Jack Wilshere, back in training. You know what that means, don’t you, Kickettes? Image via facebook.
When it’s good, it’s really, really good.
When it’s bad, we just can’t be arsed with it, frankly.