Coleen Rooney looks incredible in a green bikini as she poses on a boat alongside husband Wayne and their kids during sun-soaked family holiday
Coleen Rooney posed for a sweet family snap on a luxury boat in an unknown location on Sunday.
The WAG, 37, shares children Kai, 13, Klay, 10, Kit, seven, and Cass, five, with former footballer husband Wayne, 37.
She showed off her tanned and toned figure in a busty green bikini top and pink bottoms.
Coleen opted for a natural makeup look underneath a pair of stylish black shades, while her brunette locks were scraped back into a bun.
Wayne cut a casual figure in a blue t-shirt and green shorts, while accessorising with a baseball cap and sunglasses.
Happy: Coleen Rooney looked incredible in a green bikini as she posed for a sweet family snap on a luxury boat in an unknown location on Sunday
The family enjoyed spending some quality time together while Wayne, who lives in America now, took time off from managing DC United.
It comes after last month Rebekah Vardy trademarked the iconic phrase ‘Wagatha Christie’.
Rebekah recently hit back after last year’s court showdown with Coleen, by trademarking the iconic phrase to ‘cash in’.
The media personality, 41, took Coleen to the High Court for libel – and lost – after Coleen claimed in October 2019 that stories about her were being leaked to the Press from Rebekah’s social media account .
The phrase Wagatha Christie, which was coined by comedian Dan Atkinson in 2019 , was trademarked eight months ago by the company London Entertainment Inc Ltd.
Rebekah’s trademark covers broadcasting, clothing, non-alcoholic beverages, education and beauty and she now has the right to approve its usage by others.
It comes after the bitter trial inspired a West End adaptation, starring Lucy May Barker and Laura Dos Santos , as well as a Channel 4 drama-documentary.
A source told The Sun : ‘This trademark is Becky’s two fingers to Coleen and all the misery associated with “Wagatha Christie”. Becky is shrewd and knew people would try to cash in on the phrase.
‘She now owns the UK trademark and would consider expanding it to other territories if she thought it was needed.’
The added: ‘If someone wants to print the logo on a mug, for example, they would be infringing the trademark if they didn’t ask permission. It is a legal grey area in some respects, however, and will be done on a case-by-case basis.’
Family: The WAG, 37, shares children Kai, 13, Klay, 10, Kit, seven, and Cass, five, with former footballer husband Wayne, 37
MailOnline contacted Rebekah’s representative for comment at the time.
During the High Court trial, Mrs Justice Steyn said in her judgment in July that it was ‘likely’ that Mrs Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt ‘undertook the direct act’ of passing on information to The Sun.
The judge said: ‘The evidence clearly shows in my view that Mrs Vardy knew of and condoned this behaviour, actively engaging in it.’
Rebekah was ordered to pay up to £1.5million towards Coleen’s legal fees after losing the case, but she still continues to insist she was not the culprit.
Making moves: It comes after last month Rebekah Vardy trademarked the iconic phrase ‘Wagatha Christie’