Coleen Rooney shares some ‘special memories’ with her four sons as eldest Kai, 13, towers over her
Coleen Rooney shared a series of sweet photos with her four sons on Wednesday, as she looked back on some ‘special memories.’
The WAG, 37, was every inch the proud mum as she smiled alongside her eldest, Kai, 13, who towered over her.
Giving an insight into family life on Instagram, she also joined Klay, 10, Kit, seven, and Cass, five, for a selfie.
Coleen’s youngest wrapped their arms around her in one photo, while another showed the boys on holiday.
‘More special memories…..,’ she captioned the post, while
Getting tall! Coleen Rooney, 37, shared a series of sweet photos with her four sons on Wednesday, as she looked back on some ‘special memories’ (pictured with Kai, 13)
Cute: The WAG was every inch the proud mum as she smiled alongside her children
It comes after Coleen reignited the Wagatha Christie case to deny criticism aired by Rebekah over court costs – revealing calling in bailiffs had been one option.
Rebekah, 41, blasted an ‘inflated’ £1.8million legal bill from Coleen’s side that was alleged to include expenses for luxury hotel stays and pricey meals.
With her own court costs fees adding up to around £4 million, Ms Vardy is now facing up to £6 million in legal fees.
Lawyers acting for Coleen said an original, much lower, sum mooted at the start of proceedings was always going to be higher.
They also disclosed an interim payment of £800,000 ordered to be paid by November 15 last year by Becky did not arrive on time. Because she lost the case, she was ordered to pay legal costs accrued.
In a direct contradiction to claims made she was ‘forced’ to pay up last year, they said she had actually asked for more time, which Coleen agreed to allow.
The mother-of-four – married to England legend Wayne Rooney – could have chosen to instruct bailiffs or even pursued bankruptcy proceedings against her.
Doting mother: Giving an insight into family life on Instagram, she also joined Cass, five, for a selfie
Splash: Coleen’s youngest wrapped their arms around her in one photo, while another showed the boys on holiday
Paul Lunt, the solicitor who acted for Coleen, said ‘Costs budgets are produced at the very start of cases, almost two years before the final hearing in this case. They are merely “best guesses” of the costs that are likely to be incurred if the case proceeds as expected.
‘Where a case develops in an extraordinary or unexpected manner, the costs will often increase substantially from what was originally envisaged.
‘That goes for both parties and it would not surprise me if Mrs Vardy’s own costs ended up approaching something in the order of £4m.’
It had appeared that the ongoing war between the two WAGs could be headed back to court as sources close to Rebekah said she had not heard from Coleen about the legal costs.