World News – GB – Coleen Rooney braves the downpour as she heads to the post office

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Posted: 12:31 PM EDT October 23, 2020 | Updated: 1:52 p.m. EDT October 23, 2020

Her husband, footballer Wayne Rooney, was forced to self-isolate at home, after being visited by a friend who later tested positive for COVID-19

And Coleen Rooney was seen going through the daily chores of their house on Friday, as she dropped off two packages at a Manchester post office

Beauty Liverpudlian, 34, bundled up for the elements, donning a camel coat with black leggings and running shoes as she ran errands

Day to day life: Coleen Rooney was seen keeping up with daily chores on Friday as she walked to a post office in the Manchester area

Using a black umbrella to keep dry during a downpour in the area, the mother-of-four sunk into the building after getting out of her luxury sport utility vehicle

Accessorized with a pair of gold earrings, Coleen wore her brown locks in a sleek ponytail, which she kept her makeup light and natural for the outing

Her outing came two days after she was seen going through an even more miserable time, during a day with her four sons at Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Going out in style: Beauty Liverpudlian, 34, wrapped up for the elements, donning a camel coat with black leggings and running shoes as she ran errands

Packages: She was seen pulling two large packages out of the back of her sport utility vehicle

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On Wednesday, she took to Instagram to share a sweet selfie of herself and her boys; Kai, 10, Klay, seven, Kit, four, and Cass, two, looking soaked

However, Wayne had to stay at home in Cheshire as he has to self-isolate after being visited by a friend who later turned out to have tested positive for COVID-19

The boys were protected in raincoats and beamed at the camera as Coleen lifted her phone to take the photo, which she captioned: ‘My wet gang’

Meanwhile, her husband Wayne has tested negative for the novel coronavirus but admits he is ‘angry and disappointed’ to have to miss the next Derby County games due to his self-isolation

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Bag: She accessorized a black leather handbag as she stepped out on her solo excursion

Under my umbrella: Using a black umbrella to keep dry during a downpour in the area, the mother-of-four sunk into the building after getting out of her SUV

Sole and glass: hands full, Coleen used his foot to open the door to the post office

England’s top scorer was visited at his home last Thursday by Josh Bardsley – the younger brother of Burnley defender Phil Bardsley – unaware that Bardsley Jnr had been contacted by NHS Test and Trace

Josh then tested positive for COVID-19 and Rooney played for Derby on Friday, but the 34-year-old said on his Twitter page on Monday that he did not have the virus and said he was «  delighted for me and my family ‘

However, Rooney will still have to isolate himself with his family for 14 days from last Thursday, which means he will miss the next three Derby games

Rooney said: ‘I have just received the news that my covid-19 test has shown that I do not have the virus

‘Delighted for me and my family, but visibly angry and disappointed that I now have to isolate myself and miss vital games for Derby County’

Wet, wet, wet! Her outing came two days after she was seen going through an even more miserable time, on a day out with her four sons at Blackpool Pleasure Beach

He will miss the trip to Huddersfield on Tuesday night, as well as the games against Nottingham Forest on Friday and the home clash against Cardiff next Wednesday

NHS guidelines say you must self-isolate for 14 days if requested by the NHS Test and Trace or the NHS COVID-19 app

The regulations state: «  Self-isolate for 14 days from the day of your last contact with the person who tested positive for coronavirus – as it can take up to 14 days for symptoms to appear ‘

It is believed that Rooney and Bardsley – who delivered a luxury watch to the former Manchester United star – did not meet inside

Coronavirus testing is not mandatory at the EFL, although Rams players who played for their country during the international break were tested last week

Missing: However, Wayne Rooney had to stay at home in Cheshire after being visited by a friend who later turned out to have tested positive for COVID-19 (pictured last week)

Fuming: admitted he was ‘angry and disappointed’ to have to miss vital Derby games

Stop the spread: Footballer Josh Bardsley walked into Rooney to deliver watch despite Test and Trace contacting him

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World News – GB – Coleen Rooney braves the downpour as she goes to the post office


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