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No caravan for Coleen Rooney – but don’t rule it out

 

Coleen Rooney has dismissed reports she has bought a caravan in Prestatyn – but revealed she is considering it.

It was reported Wayne Rooney’s wife and her family had splashed out on a £25,000 static home at Presthaven Beach Resort in North Wales.

But the 29-year millionaire told her 1.21 million followers they hadn’t bought one yet but would think about it after a “ fantastic” weekend away with friends.

Croxteth Park-born Coleen said: “Yes I stayed in a caravan with friends and all the kids on Saturday night!! We had a fantastic time.

“I haven’t bought one but will think of getting one cause my kids loved it!!”

Holiday makers posted snaps of themselves online after chatting with the model and sons Kai, five, and Klay, one, in the park’s Mash and Barrel restaurant.

Coleen previously uploaded some pictures to her Facebook of her sons, Kai and Klay, enjoying themselves at budget British family camp Butlins in Skegness.

She shared fun snaps with her fans and wrote: “Great weekend at Butlins, reliving my childhood. The boys loved it, especially the Entertainment!!

“Had a great weekend so far at Butlins, the kids have loved it! Kai’s excited for Diversity to come on and Klays enjoying his Magnum!”

During that weekend in March, the family watched Britain’s Got Talent dance troupe Diversity perform.

Coleen Rooney shares a picture of her two sons as they enjoy a trip to Butlins

The Littlewoods designer apparently paid for the trip herself – but it won’t have set her back too much as prices for the event cost from £75 per person.

In 2014, Coleen enjoyed eight holidays including stays in Cyprus, Barbados, Dubai, Portugal and Brazil to briefly watch Wayne play in the World Cup.

While the mum-of-two is used to tanning herself on tropical beaches, Twitter users approved of her latest holiday destination.

Faye Richardson [@fayebell12] wrote: “All kids need a caravan holiday Hun! Well done you xx”

@m11fyf added: “just because you have money doesn’t mean you cannot stay in a caravan! Fair play to you x”

kayleigh berry [@kayleighberry7] said: “I’ve been going caravan since I was born in wales with all my family and family friends …Had the best memories made their” (sic)

Helen Parkinson [@h3lenparky] added: “@ColeenRoo so what you stayed in a caravan, perfectly normal thing to do – keep it real Coleen! xx”




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