Coleen Rooney fans cannot get over how much son Kai looks like Wayne in new pic

Kai Rooney has been branded the spitting image of his dad, Wayne Rooney after mum Coleen posted a candid shot of them at Winter Wonderland.

On Saturday, the WAG took to Instagram to share a shot of herself alongside her son Kai, whom she shares with former England captain Wayne.

“My boy. Love you @kairooney.10,” wrote Coleen, 36, in the caption.

The shot shows the mum and son duo standing in front of a brightly lit carousel at Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, which runs from November 18 to January 1.

Kai, 13, is nearly as tall as his mum and can be seen dressed in a big black puffer jacket, blue trousers, black beanie and ice skates.

Meanwhile, Coleen, who recently slammed shots in Dubai, dressed in a similar outfit comprised of a long black coat, white jumper, green beanie and ice skates.

In the comments, many fans obsessed over how similar Kai and Wayne, 37, look, with one penning: “He definitely a double of Wayne!!”

Other fans pointed out that Coleen is narrowly taller than her son, as one wrote: “Omg it’s scary that they are going to be taller than us soon Archie already is taller than me lovely photos.”

“Incredible to see how your oldest growing in to a lovely young man, and nearly taller than you. I had my daughter time as your oldest and she’s a beautiful young lady now scary that they just 13,” another person wrote.

“I had to look twice then. How grown up is Kai. Lovely photo of you both,” a third chimed in, as a fourth continued, “6 months left of being taller than him.”

This comes after Coleen wrapped up her legal issues with fellow-WAG Rebekah Vardy, with the former forced to pay the latter a staggering £1.5m in legal costs.

After stories were allegedly leaked to The Sun regarding her life, Coleen did some detective work to understand who was behind the leaks.

In a now-viral statement, the Liverpudlian claimed it was Rebekah, which promoted the wife of Jamie Vardy to sue her former friend.

But earlier this year, Mrs Justice Steyn ruled that Coleen had not defamed Rebekah and was ordered to pay 90% of Coleen’s legal costs, which came to roughly £1,667,860.

Following the ruling, Coleen’s lawyer Paul Lunt said: “The High Court has today decided that Rebekah Vardy must pay Coleen Rooney’s legal costs on an indemnity basis – the highest basis that the court could order.

“The reasoning given for this decision is that there was a finding at trial that Rebekah Vardy had deliberately deleted or destroyed evidence.

“That behaviour falls outside the ordinary and reasonable conduct expected of a party in legal proceedings.

“This followed a separate finding regarding the loss of evidence that was in the possession of Rebekah Vardy’s former agent, Caroline Watt."

He continued: “Coleen’s pursuit of that evidence is a major reason why her legal costs increased substantially from the original estimates given to the court long before the start of the trial.

“Rebekah Vardy has been ordered to pay £800,000 to Coleen Rooney by November 15 as an interim payment until the final total she must pay is either agreed or decided upon by the court.

“Naturally, Rebekah will also be responsible for her own legal costs of bringing her failed libel action against Coleen.

“Today’s decision also makes Rebekah liable to pay for legal costs incurred by certain journalists from News UK, publishers of The Sun newspaper, following her unsuccessful efforts to involve them in the proceedings.”


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