Col’s hols ...but who’ll woo Roo?
AS Wayne Rooney sweated over his footballing future, wife Coleen was feeling the heat too – on her fave Barbados beach.
Coleen, 31, and their three sons Kai, seven, Klay, four, and oneyear-old Kit were having a ball at the Caribbean island’s exclusive Sandy Lane Hotel this week.
Kai yelped with delight as he jumped from a boat emblazoned with “Just Chillin” on the side .
Then he went water rafting with grandad Tony, watched by Coleen and his gran Colette.
Back at the fivestar hotel, Coleen sipped champagne while she relaxed on a sun lounger and checked her mobile phone.
After Wayne, 31, joined them on Friday, delighted Coleen posted a family photo, tweeting: “Our Dad’s here!!! Let summer time begin ...”
Two days earlier, Manchester United star Wayne played in the Europa League Final in Stockholm, winning 2-0 against Ajax.
There is speculation this will be his last season at Man Utd, with clubs in China and the US reportedly interesting in signing him.
At least two Chinese teams are said to have offered Wayne €57million contracts, but it is thought that businesswoman Coleen would rather stay close to her parents Tony and Colette – although all that money could be handy for the holiday fund.
Her Barbados getaway comes just weeks after Coleen took Kai to Spain to watch Real Madrid and Barcelona. She reportedly enjoyed more than 10 holidays last year, but made do with nine in 2014. She has said: “I’m privileged that I’m able to go on holiday, and if anyone else had the opportunity they would go.
“You get people criticising, but why are you interested in me going on holiday?
“It’s something I really want to do and it has got nothing to do with anyone else.”
Coleen has also previously told the Mirror: “I’m lucky my work projects aren’t nine-to-five every day.
“A lot of the time I can work in the North with my children.
“I’ve got a strong family bond, where my mum will look after the kids. My parents are massive inspirations in my life.
“I respect them for the way they’ve brought me and my brothers up.
“That’s how I want my kids to feel about us when they get older, that we’ve done a good job raising them and teaching them manners.’
POINT BREAK Coleen and Kai walk on the beach GO OVERBOARD Kai takes plunge watched by mum WET AND WILD Kai and grandad Tony having fun
RE-UNITED Man U star Wayne arrived on Friday