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Coleen Rooney and her four sons brave the rain to head to Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Coleen Rooney shares a sweet family selfie as she and her four sons brave the rain during a wet day out at Blackpool Pleasure Beach… while Wayne has to self isolate at home

Coleen Rooney enjoyed a day out with her four sons at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, despite the wet, miserable weather on Wednesday.

The Liverpudlian beauty, 34, took to Instagram to share a sweet selfie of herself and her boys; Kai, 10, Klay, seven, Kit, four, and Cass, two, looking drenched. 

However, Wayne had to stay at home in Cheshire as he has to self-isolate after being visited by a friend who was later found to have tested positive for COVID-19. 

'My wet gang!': Coleen Rooney enjoyed a day out with her four sons at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, despite the wet, miserable weather

‘My wet gang!’: Coleen Rooney enjoyed a day out with her four sons at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, despite the wet, miserable weather

Despite the downpour, Coleen’s sons appeared to be having the time of their life at the amusement park.

The boys were protected from the rain with raincoats and beamed for the camera as Coleen held up her phone to take the snap shot.   

Coleen simply captioned the shot: ‘My wet gang’. 

Devastated: Rooney admitted he was 'angry and disappointed' at having to miss vital games for Derby

Devastated: Rooney admitted he was ‘angry and disappointed’ at having to miss vital games for Derby 

Missing out: However, Wayne had to stay at home in Cheshire after being visited by a friend who was later found to have tested positive for COVID-19 (pictured last week)

Missing out: However, Wayne had to stay at home in Cheshire after being visited by a friend who was later found to have tested positive for COVID-19 (pictured last week)

Wayne has tested negative for coronavirus but admits he is ‘angry and disappointed’ at having to miss upcoming games for Derby County due to self-isolation.  

England’s record goalscorer was visited at his home last Thursday by Josh Bardsley — the younger brother of Burnley defender Phil Bardsley — unaware that Bardsley Jnr had been contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

Josh later tested positive for Covid-19 and Rooney played for Derby on Friday but the 34-year-old said on his Twitter page on Monday that he does not have the virus and said he was ‘delighted for myself and my family’. 

Out and about: Coleen was pictured earlier this week grabbing a coffee in Cheshire

Out and about: Coleen was pictured earlier this week grabbing a coffee in Cheshire

However, Rooney will still have to self-isolate with his family for 14 days from last Thursday, meaning he will miss Derby’s next three matches. 

Rooney said: ‘Just received the news that my covid-19 test has shown I do not have the virus. 

‘Delighted for myself and family but obviously angry and disappointed that I now have to self-isolate and miss vital games for Derby County.’  

He will miss the trip to Huddersfield on Tuesday night, as well as games against Nottingham Forest on Friday and the home clash versus Cardiff next Wednesday. 

NHS guidelines state that you must self-isolate for 14 days if asked to by the NHS Test and Trace or the NHS COVID-19 app.

The regulations state: ‘Self-isolate for 14 days from the day you were last in contact with the person who tested positive for coronavirus – as it can take up to 14 days for symptoms to appear.’  

It is thought Rooney and Bardsley — who was delivering a luxury watch to the former Manchester United star — did not meet indoors. 

Coronavirus tests are not mandatory in the EFL, although the Rams players who played for their countries during the international break were tested last week.  

Stop the spread: Footballer Josh Bardsley entered Rooney's home to deliver a watch despite Test and Trace contacting him

Stop the spread: Footballer Josh Bardsley entered Rooney’s home to deliver a watch despite Test and Trace contacting him

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