Coleen Rooney cuts a casual figure in a pink bomber jacket as she departs boxing class
Coleen Rooney cut a casual figure as she left her boxing class on Tuesday.
The WAG, 36, kept it quiet in a light pink bomber jacket with black stripes and black leggings and held two cups of coffee.
She continued her look with black and white sneakers, wore her brown locks in a messy updo and climbed into her nearby Mercedes car.
Rising: Coleen Rooney cut a casual figure as she left her boxing class on Tuesday
It follows reports that the author and her husband Wayne cashed in £3.7 million from the sale of their former 5-bedroom home in Cheshire.
The couple, both 36, bought the plot of land in 2005 for £1.5 million, before custom building the family home.
And they quietly sold the lavish pad in May, months after moving into a brand new £20 million Cheshire mega-mansion they dubbed the ‘Morrisons Mansion’.
According to Land Registry documents obtained by: The sunthe property was sold in the spring for £3.7 million.
Trendy: The WAG, 36, kept it quiet in a pale pink bomber jacket and a pair of black leggings and while holding two cups of coffee
Looks good: She continued her look with black and white sneakers, wore her brown locks in a messy updo and climbed into her nearby Mercedes car
As a source told the publication, “They were sad to sell it, but their new home is so amazing they had no reason to keep it.”
MailOnline contacted Wayne and Coleen representatives at the time for comment.
Wayne and Coleen are parents of four children; Kai, 12, Klay, nine, Kit, six and Cass, four – with the home that offers enough space for the whole family, and more.
Since their new home has a snooker room, home cinema, indoor pool, underground spa, wine cellar, stable room with space for 14 horses and a soccer field for his sons, the family is unlikely to miss their family. former house.
Relaxed: Despite her low-key outfit, Coleen couldn’t have looked better
Chic: the influencer’s jacket featured a palm tree in the middle of the rainy weather
Set in its own secluded spot in 40 acres of countryside, the path is on the flight path to Manchester Airport with planes flying directly over it.
Located behind a lake, a bridge leads to the mansion – known as the ‘Morrisons Mansion’ – due to its resemblance to the supermarket chain.
The family was initially scheduled to move to the mansion in 2020, but was held back due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
But Coleen and Wayne ran into some problems while renovating the property, they got into trouble from birds, so they installed an airport-style automatic ‘bird scarer’ to prevent grass seeds from being eaten.
Bringing it in: It follows that the author and her husband Wayne cashed in £3.7 million from the sale of their former 5-bedroom home in Cheshire (pictured in February 2022)
But the detonation of the gas-fired scare every 20 minutes annoyed wealthy neighbors in rural Cheshire, who were fed up with the lengthy construction work.
Another problem for local residents was the state-of-the-art security measures around the property.
Several people objected to the construction of a 3-meter high security fence surrounding the estate, calling it an eyesore that would ‘urbanize’ the rural area. The planners sided with the Rooneys.
The couple were previously accused of turning a picturesque village into a residential area for ‘footballers’, while a parish council takes a swipe at their mansion.
Without naming the famous couple, the city council previously urged planning authorities to oppose the neighboring application to ‘prevent the conversion of this part of Cheshire into a residential area for footballers’.
The surrounding Cheshire villages are popular with Manchester City and Manchester United players, including Raheem Sterling, John Stones and Kyle Walker, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw, as well as Liverpool and Everton players Jordan Pickford and Jordan Henderson.
No reason: As a source told The Sun: ‘They were sad to sell it but their new home is so amazing they had no reason to keep it’