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Coleen Rooney enjoys day out with sons after Wagatha Christie case verdict

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Coleen Rooney enjoyed a sweet day out alongside her four boys Kai, 12, Klay, nine, Kit, six and Cass, four, on Thursday since winning her libel case against Rebekah Vardy last week.MORE: Coleen Rooney breaks silence after 'difficult and stressful' Wagatha Christie case endsThe mother-of-four took to her social media with a sweet photo of her lovely sons lining up to buy treats from an ice cream van as they enjoyed a fun day of football.WATCH: Rebekah Vardy cries in witness box during Wagatha Christie trialCaptioning, the sweet post, the wife of Wayne Rooney wrote: "Footy with the tribe." The post also included an impressive video of what followers appear to think is son Klay scoring a goal.READ:  Coleen Rooney is making a Wagatha Christie documentary to tell her side of the storySEE:  Coleen Rooney reveals secret split from husband Wayne during Wagatha Christie trialFans flocked to comment on the heart-warming snap.

One fan wrote: "Fabulous boys with a fabulous mum," alongside a red love heart emoji.A post shared by Coleen Rooney (@coleen_rooney)Coleen shared the sweet update with her 930,000 Instagram followersA second added: "Fabulous photo of the boys - soooo cute." A third said: "I love how Kai is so nurturing with his brothers." A fourth wrote: "Beautiful grounded boys so close too x."A fifth penned: "Fabulous boys with a fabulous mum." A sixth replied: "Fab striker." A seventh added: "Well done Klay."The sweet update came just days after Coleen announced the incredible news that she was able to stop wearing her boot after breaking her foot.Taking to Twitter, Coleen posted an X-ray of her foot, alongside the words: "Boot's finally off after my break," accompanied by the raised hands emoji.A post shared by Coleen.

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