Wayne Rooney's wife gives glimpse inside Man Utd legend's £20m mansion as she celebrates son Kit's 6th birthday

WAYNE ROONEY'S wife Coleen gave their fans a glimpse into their £20million mansion while celebrating son Kit's sixth birthday.

Wayne and Coleen, who have been together since they were at school and married in 2008, have four sons together.

Kit is one of Rooney's four children, the others being Kai, 12, Klay, eight, and Cass, three.

But it was Kit's special day on Monday as he celebrated with an Oreo-shaped birthday cake.

In another snap, he can been seen posing next to a cake in the shape of a football stadium.

And there is also a Manchester United badge on show next to a message which reads "Happy birthday Kit."

Alongside the two adorable photos of Kit on Instagram, Coleen added the caption: "Happy Birthday Kit.

"Hope you had the best day yesterday with all your friends. Love you so much."

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Coleen showed off a number of pictures of the family over the holiday periodCredit: Instagram
Rooney and his four children enjoyed the holidaysCredit: Instagram
The former England striker has four boys aged between three and 12Credit: Instagram

The celebration of Kit's big day comes amid uncertainty over the future of his dad's current employers, Derby County.

However, there could be light at the end of the tunnel for the Rams following interest from US millionaire Rich Riley.

SunSport revealed last week that Riley is in talks to rescue Rooney’s Derby with a £7million windfall.

The ‘angel investor’ and former leading computer company chief executive is looking into ways of handing over the funds needed so Derby avoid being kicked out of the EFL.

League chiefs want enough money pumped in so the club can fulfil its fixtures — and issued a February 1 deadline, as we first revealed.

Riley is strongly linked to a group pulled together by former Derby chairman Andy Appleby.

Paying the money would put them in pole position to buy the Championship strugglers.


The consortium have met the EFL and were close to a deal until the administrators ran into problems with compensation claims from Middlesbrough and Wycombe.

Meanwhile on the pitch, Derby would be in 14th place if they had not had 24 points deducted.

As it is, Rooney's side sit down in 23rd, eight points adrift of safety and one of the all-time great relegation escapes.

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