Coleen Rooney’s lookalike sons pose for sweet Easter snap

Coleen Rooney and her lookalike sons posed for a family Easter snap.

The WAG, 35, shares sons Kai, 11, Klay, seven, Kit, five, and Cass, three, with her husband Wayne Rooney.

Cass and Kit were two peas in a pod as they rocked matching black-and-white striped polo shirts and black shorts.

Klay and Kai, on the other hand, had on navy zip-up hoodies and gym shorts.

Coleen was Easter-ready in a light-pink flowy dress covered in red love hearts from Spoilt Belle.

She completed the look with a simple gold belt and gold hoop earrings.

She captioned the holiday post with a baby chick hatching from an egg emoji, a heart emoji, a heart-eyes emoji and a rabbit emoji.



Coleen Rooney
Coleen shared a sweet Easter snap

Her fans took to the comment section to compliment the ‘beautiful’ family while some were desperate to know where Coleen bought her dress from.

The mum-of-four recently opened up about having a tough time during the national lockdown.

Coleen has posted a supportive message to other parents who have been homeschooling their children during the pandemic.



Coleen Rooney
Coleen struggled with homeschooling

A day before her kids went back to school, she briefly touched on her struggle with teaching them at home.

Coleen said: “A massive congratulations to all us Mums, Dads, family members, carers, teachers and children for getting through homeschooling the past few months!!

“I found it tough!! So glad school is back. Have a lovely weekend.”



Coleen Rooney
Coleen congratulated the mums on their hard work

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Schools returned on Monday, March 8 after being closed by the government due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

When a follower commented that their child was self-sufficient, the 34-year-old responded by clarifying that it was her younger children who needed her guidance.

She wrote: “My 11 year old was fine getting on with it but my 7 and 5 year old needed my help.”

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