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Coleen Rooney gives a glimpse of husband Wayne’s 35th birthday celebrations

‘We all love you so much!’ Coleen Rooney shares a glimpse of husband Wayne’s 35th birthday celebrations and marks the occasion with series of sweet family snaps

Coleen Rooney gave a glimpse of husband Wayne’s 35th birthday celebrations as she shared sweet family snaps to mark the occasion on Saturday.

The WAG, 34, took to Instagram to wish her husband a happy birthday, posting a picture of the footballer blowing out the candles on his green cake. 

The room was decorated with green and white ‘Dad’ balloons and his four sons Kai, 10, Klay, seven, Kit, four, and two-year-old Cass watched him open his presents. 

Together: Coleen Rooney gave a glimpse of husband Wayne’s 35th birthday celebrations as she shared sweet family snaps to mark the occasion on Saturday

Loving: She captioned the sweet post 'Birthday mornings....' along with a heart emoji

Loving: She captioned the sweet post ‘Birthday mornings….’ along with a heart emoji

She captioned the sweet post ‘Birthday mornings….’ along with a heart emoji.

The Liverpudlian beauty also shared a sweet couple’s album and a collection of pictures of Wayne with their four children to make him feel special on his birthday. 

The first set of snaps featured three loved-up shots of her and Wayne on various lavish holidays and fun-filled days out.  

While the second was a montage of the former England player with his four sons over the years. 

Strong marriage: The Liverpudlian beauty also shared a sweet couples album full of pictures of her and Wayne

Strong marriage: The Liverpudlian beauty also shared a sweet couples album full of pictures of her and Wayne

She captioned the post: ‘Happy Birthday @waynerooney. We all love you so much!.

Wayne has been forced to self isolate at home this week, after being visited by a friend who later tested positive for COVID-19. 

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

Awww! The second album was a montage of the former England player with his four sons over the years

Awww! The second album was a montage of the former England player with his four sons over the years

Family: She captioned the post: 'Happy Birthday @waynerooney. We all love you so much!'

Family: She captioned the post: ‘Happy Birthday @waynerooney. We all love you so much!’

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’. 

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.

Missing out: Wayne has been forced to self isolate at home this week, after being visited by a friend who later tested positive for COVID-19 (pictured last week)

Missing out: Wayne has been forced to self isolate at home this week, after being visited by a friend who later tested positive for COVID-19 (pictured last week)

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

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

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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