Coleen and Wayne Rooney arrive at airport lugging huge suitcases for Dubai holiday after skipping final day of Wagatha Christie trial
Coleen and Wayne Rooney are en route to Dubai to start their early summer holidays with the children, hours after the final day of the Wagatha Christie trial kicked off. The married couple were noticeably absent at the High Court of Justice on Thursday morning, where the closing arguments were to be heard from Coleen and Rebekah Vardy’s respective barristers. It turns out that the Rooneys decided to hop, skip it over to the United Arab Emirates, and were seen arriving at Manchester airport for their travels this afternoon. Former England footballer Wayne, 36, took charge of lugging their hefty suitcases that were piled on top of each other on a trolley, while wife Coleen, also 36, managed to pull two other cases while navigating walking with her medical boot following a foot injury. The couple have been joined by their four children, sons Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, six, and Cass, four, and Coleen’s parents Colette and Tony McLoughlin. It’s said that Coleen and Derby County manager Wayne had booked their holiday assuming the trial would conclude on Wednesday, as it was previously scheduled to.