Coleen Rooney Wiki – Wayne Rooney Wife Coleen Mary McLoughlin Biography: Coleen Mary Rooney is the wife of Manchester United and England football star Wayne Rooney. She has developed a career as a TV presenter, columnist and celebrity product endorser, and is a staple of the British tabloids. She was born on 3 April 1986 in Liverpool, Merseyside, England.
Coleen Mary McLoughlin was born to Tony McLoughlin, who was a bricklayer and ran a boxing club, and his wife Colette, who was a nursery nurse. The McLoughlins are of Irish descent. Coleen is the eldest of four children, followed by her brothers Joe and Anthony and her adopted sister Rosie, who has been diagnosed with Rett syndrome. She met Wayne Rooney when she was 12 through best friend Rowan Dickson, with whom she remains close friends. They lived in the same Liverpool suburb of Croxteth. They supposedly began a relationship at the age of 16, after they left secondary school.
Wayne’s mother, Jeanette, worked as a part-time cleaner at St John Bosco, the Catholic school Coleen attended.
Wayne took Coleen to the cinema to see Austin Powers 2 on their first date.
Coleen Rooney left school with 11 GCSEs, including an A* for Performing Arts. She has long harboured dreams of becoming an actress, having starred in high school productions of Bugsy Malone and Grease.
The couple, dubbed Wayleen, moved into a new £1.3m mansion in Formby. They now live in a £3.5 million mansion in Prestbury, Cheshire, complete with a cinema, gym and games room and American diner-themed kitchen. It also has seven plasma screen TVs and a £30,000 state-of-the-art security system.
Coleen has always been very supportive of Wayne, even when it was discovered that some years earlier he had visited prostitutes.
Their wedding took place in Portofino, Italy on 12 June 2008. The couple were paid a reported £2.5 million by Britain’s OK! magazine for exclusive wedding information and pictures.
On 2 November 2009 Coleen gave birth to their first child, Kai Wayne Rooney. Kai was born at the Liverpool Women’s Hospital, weighing in at 8 lbs 2ozs. Rooney and her son left the hospital at 9.30 a.m., on 3 November 2009, less than 24 hours after she had given birth.
Rooney had her own column in the celebrity magazine Closer entitled “Welcome to My World”, for which she earned up to £10,000. However she left Closer in 2008 she then went on to write a weekly column for OK! magazine, for which she was paid £41,667 per month Coleen writes about her style and news.
Rooney tried her hand at presenting when, in May 2006, she assisted Sir Trevor McDonald on his show Tonight with Trevor McDonald in a programme about the genetic disorder Rett syndrome, from which her younger sister suffers. She went on to make her own series for ITV called Coleen’s Real Women in which she was labeled as “The nation’s favourite girl next door” and looked for “real women” to front advertising campaigns as an alternative to models.
She won the Ariel high street fashion award (as voted for by the public) for ‘Best Dressed Female’, turning up to the event in a Topshop dress. She presented awards at the ELLE Style awards, Television awards and also presented an award to Best Dressed Female at Aintree in which she handed out the prizes, which included a shopping bag from Coleen’s favourite store, Liverpool boutique Cricket.
Rooney has offended animal lovers with her wardrobe of fur and snakeskin items. Claiming that the animal lovers are overlooking the animals primary reason for existence to make clothing, she asserted that “these animals were put here for a reason, and if you don’t understand that, then go to Primark, because you’re probably just jealous”.
Rooney was paid £500,000 to be the face of the LG Electronics Chocolate mobile phone advertising campaign. She has a £1.5 million deal with Nike Women Sportswear, a £2 million arrangement with Harper Collins to write a style book and a £1.5 million deal to be the face of Asda. She was also paid £150,000 to make a documentary about her upbringing called Coleen’s Mimsy.
Rooney has an exercise DVD on sale in the UK, entitled Coleen McLoughlin’s Brand New Body Workout, which became a bestseller. For the DVD she was paid £250,000.
She was paid £3 million to front the George at Asda campaign.
Rooney’s autobiography, Welcome to My World, was released in March 2007. She now has a wealth of over £8 million.
Rooney caused controversy after being chosen to appear in British Vogue. The public felt that she was unworthy of such celebrity status. Editor Alexandra Shulman defended the magazine’s decision, calling Coleen “beautiful” and praising her “brilliant sense of style”.
In June 2010, Rooney struck a deal with Littlewoods, rumoured to be worth £2 million; she said of the deal: “The role is a perfect match in enabling me to select and wear my favourite styles as well as share my ideas on how to carry off the season’s new trends.”