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Fresh-faced Coleen Rooney fuels rumours she's undergone £50k transformation


Coleen Rooney fuelled rumours she’s spent more than £50,000 on beauty treatments after she debuted a fresh-faced new look on social media.

The mother-of-four, 35, recently shared a selfie on Instagram that raised the eyebrows of her fans and followers, who speculated she’d had work done because of her plump pout and wrinkle-free skin.

The former WAG looked unrecognisable in the snap she posted, which featured the family dog, and the photo has subsequently been removed from her Instagram page.

However, she posted another picture, showing her posing alongside her three oldest children, Kai, 11, Klay, eight, and five-year-old Kit., in which her followers alleged her transformation is still visible.



Coleen Rooney is looking good - and insiders say she's treated herself to a £50,000 makeover
Coleen Rooney is looking good – and insiders say she’s treated herself to a £50,000 makeover

Coleen’s overhaul comes amid reports she’s splashed out on a series of tweakments to combat the stress of the last 18 months during the global health crisis.

“She was worried she’d really aged this past year, and she knows a lot of people felt the same, so she was willing to do whatever it took to look her best again, with lots of swanky treatments to help smooth her skin and enhance her lips,” a source told heat magazine.

Coleen, who also shares three-year-old son Clay with husband Wayne Rooney, is keen to shed her image of being a footballer’s wife, and has already started overhauling her wardrobe – with the help of a stylist – for a more chic and relaxed style.

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“She has switched up her wardrobe a bit lately, as she’s keen to shake off the tacky WAG label once and for all,” the source continued.



Coleen's transformation reportedly includes an overhaul of her wardrobe with the help of a stylist
Coleen’s transformation reportedly includes an overhaul of her wardrobe with the help of a stylist

“Wayne is a manager now, so she doesn’t want to be seen in the same way as the players’ wives. She’s always hated the WAG tag and its associations with big hair, fake tan, big lashes, flashy jewels, brash designer labels and bodycon dresses,” they added.

The infamous term WAG – meaning wives and girlfriends – was given to the England’s players’ partners during the 2006 World Cup, as Victoria Beckham, Cheryl Cole and Coleen hit the headlines and gained more publicity than their footballer husbands, with their designer looks and shopping trips while in Germany.

Now, Coleen is ready to shift towards a more high-fashion look, and is shedding her WAG roots for a more sophisticated style, which is more subtle than the luxury designer outfits she rocked back in 2006.

And she’s happy with her new look, as it’s given her a new lease of life.



Coleen is keen to shake off her WAG roots now husband Wayne is manager of Championship side Derby County
Coleen is keen to shake off her WAG roots now husband Wayne is manager of Championship side Derby County

“With all the treatments, new clothes and a stylist, she’s probably spent about £50,000, but she thinks it’s worth every penny.”

The Mirror has contacted Coleen’s rep for comment.

Coleen has already begun to debut her style overhaul, as she looked stunning in a summery outfit to watch England play Croatia at Wembley on Sunday.

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Coleen debuted her style transformation at the England match on Sunday
Coleen debuted her style transformation at the England match on Sunday

She rocked a pair of high-waisted stonewash denim shorts, and a red gingham shirt with a statement collar from River Island, as she cheered on the national team from the stands with husband Wayne, and their sons Kai, Klay and Kit.

The proud mum was also spotted taking a picture of her boys posing with Harry Kane.





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