Coleen Rooney cuts a casual figure in a neon pink T-shirt and leggings as she picks up a post-workout smoothie
Coleen Rooney cut a casual figure as she picked up some drinks in Alderley Edge after her workout on Tuesday.
The WAG, 36, opted for a bright neon pink T-shirt and a pair of black sports leggings as she carried two cups.
Continuing her workout ensemble with blue trainers, she wore her brunette tresses in a messy updo with sunglasses placed on top of her head.
Laid back: Coleen Rooney cut a casual figure as she picked up a smoothie in Alderley Edge after her daily workout on Tuesday
Coleen accessorised with a pair of chic gold hoop earrings and tied a black sweatshirt around her waist as she headed home.
The star and her husband Wayne pocketed £3.7M from the sale of their former 5-bedroom Cheshire home, according to recent reports.
The couple, both 36, bought the plot of land for £1.5million in 2005, before custom building the family home.
And they quietly sold the lavish pad back in May, months after moving into a brand new £20million Cheshire mega-mansion – which they dubbed the ‘Morrisons Mansion’.
Casual: The WAG, 36, opted for a bright neon pink T-shirt and a pair of black sports leggings as she carried two drinks in her hand
According to Land Registry documents obtained by The Sun, the property sold for £3.7million back in the spring.
While a source told the publication: ‘They were sad to sell it but their new house is so amazing they had no reason to keep it.’
MailOnline contacted representatives of Wayne and Coleen for comment at the time.
Wayne and Coleen are parents to four children; Kai, 12, Klay, nine, Kit, six, and Cass, four – with the lavish new abode providing enough space for the whole family, and more.
Post workout: Continuing her look with blue trainers, she wore her brunette tresses in a messy updo with dark sunglasses placed on top of her head
Their new home boasts a snooker room, a home cinema, indoor swimming pool, an underground spa, wine cellar, a stable area with space for 14 horses, and, a football pitch for his sons.
The pad, which sits in its own secluded spot in 40 acres of countryside, is on the flightpath to Manchester Airport with planes flying directly over it.
Situated behind a lake, a bridge leads to the manor – known as the ‘Morrisons mansion’ – due to its similarity to the supermarket chain.
The family were initially set to move into the mansion back in 2020, but were set back due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Raking it in: It follows reports that the author and her husband Wayne pocketed £3.7M from the sale of their former 5-bedroom Cheshire home (pictured in February 2022)