Coleen Rooney insists that there was not & # 039; no doubt & # 039; she would follow Wayne to Washington

Strong unit: Coleen Rooney insists that

She has been busy exploring her new home in Washington, after arriving in the US capital. UU This week after the move of her husband Wayne to DC United.

And Coleen Rooney insisted that it was an easy decision to uproot his life in Manchester to move abroad, claiming there was no doubt he would go with Wayne.

WAG, 32, who shares four children with the soccer player, admitted that she was "gutted" to get Klay out of school for five years.

Strong unit: Coleen Rooney insists that "there is no doubt" that he would follow Wayne to Washington … but admits that he was "destroyed" to get his children out of school in the United Kingdom

I do not think so [the move] It will affect us as a family, as long as they are all together, we can assume anything, "he told The Mirror.

& # 39; When [Wayne] signed, there was no doubt in my mind that we would not go. We are a family.

& # 39; Especially for children. You want your mother and father when you grow up, as if my mom and dad were there to help me. We have always been a close unit, I also want it for my children. "

He acknowledged that it was difficult when his children, Kai, eight, Klay, five, Kit, two and Cass, six months, are so settled in the United Kingdom.

Staying strong: I do not think so [the move] It will affect us as a family, as long as they are all together, we can assume anything, "he told The Mirror

Currently, the WAG is looking at houses and investigating schools for her breeding in Washington, after confirming that she and her young are pulling out of their house in Manchester and moving through the pond.

Wayne, who reportedly earns a staggering £ 300,000 a week for the move, announced the move last month.

Coleen took Instagram to mark the moment and announced with enthusiasm: "We wish our father and my Wayne all the luck, happiness and success in the United States! It is a movement that we are going to do as a family."

Next step: Coleen and his progeny, their children Kai, Klay, five, Kit, two and Cass, six months, will join Wayne in Washington, after confirming that they will be leaving their home in Manchester

Next step: Coleen and his progeny, their children Kai, Klay, five, Kit, two and Cass, six months, will join Wayne in Washington, after confirming that they will be leaving their home in Manchester

Next step: Coleen and his progeny, their children Kai, Klay, five, Kit, two and Cass, six months, will join Wayne in Washington, after confirming that they will be leaving their home in Manchester

Coleen followed up with another tweet worthy of praise for her husband Wayne, noting: "Leaving England with so many trophies and also being England's all-time top scorer and Manchester United is a huge achievement! It has not been done for years. and you did it! & # 39;

Wayne and Coleen recently celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary, with the personality of the television and footballer paying tribute to their partner in a sweet collage of their happiest moments shared on their social networks.

The couple married in June 2008 in a romantic ceremony with their closest and dearest loved ones in Italy.

New beginnings: Wayne, who is reportedly earning an amazing £ 300,000 a week from the move, announced the move last month

New beginnings: Wayne, who is reportedly earning an amazing £ 300,000 a week from the move, announced the move last month

New beginnings: Wayne, who is reportedly earning an amazing £ 300,000 a week from the move, announced the move last month

Since then, the couple has struggled through their fair share of difficulties, but they have stood side by side.

Speaking to OK! The milestone magazine, Coleen confessed that they had never celebrated their anniversary together before.

She admitted: "It will be the first time we have been together that day."

However, Coleen has ruled out having more children and is happy with the size of his family, admitting: "I can not finally say more." I'm happy with the four guys. "

Exciting: Coleen took Instagram to mark the moment and announced with enthusiasm: "We wish our father and my Wayne all the luck, happiness and success in the United States! It is a movement that we are going to do as a family".

Exciting: Coleen took Instagram to mark the moment and announced with enthusiasm: "We wish our father and my Wayne all the luck, happiness and success in the United States! It is a movement that we are going to do as a family".

Exciting: Coleen took Instagram to mark the moment and announced with enthusiasm: "We wish our father and my Wayne all the luck, happiness and success in the United States! It is a movement that we are going to do as a family".

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