Wayne Rooney has put his decade from hell behind him by taking part in the 10-year challenge with a sweet message for his wife Coleen.
The footballer’s marriage has gone through massive ups and downs over the last few years, with Rooney, 34, embroiled in a number of public scandals.
However, the pair have managed to get their marriage back on track and Wayne paid tribute to his wife and their four sons today.
He shared a picture of the couple from 10 years ago with their eldest boy, Kai, who was born in 2009.
Wayne then added a snap of the whole family together, with the three younger sons, Klay, Kit and Cass, who arrived over the course of the last decade.
He wrote: “Start of the decade… End of the decade. It’s been a busy one.”
The decade got off to a rocky start for the Rooneys with prostitute Helen Wood dropping a bombshell in 2011 as she alleged she’d had a threesome with the footballer.
She claimed she’d bedded Rooney in 2010 ahead of the South Africa World Cup and was paid to take part in group sex at a hotel in Manchester.
Coleen forgave Wayne, but their marriage was rocked again in 2016 when the sportsman was arrested for drink-driving.
At the time he was pulled over, Rooney was in a car with party girl Laura Simpson after a night out in Cheshire.
Coleen was pregnant with the couple’s fourth child at the time, and the incident is said to have left her furious.
Wayne ended up being convicted of drink-driving and banned from the roads for two years, but Coleen forgave him once again.
However, Rooney wasn’t finished with his party boy antics and hit the news again this summer when he was pictured getting into a lift with a mystery woman at a hotel in Canada.
He was said to have been out on a wild booze bender in Vancouver with his DC Utd teammates before heading back to the hotel where he was snapped with the sexy brunette.
Coleen was reportedly livid and ordered Wayne to come home early from the US to cement the family’s move back to Britain and start his stint as a coach at Derby County.
The couple’s marriage now appears back on track once again and they are looking forward to a less turbulent 2020.
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