Coleen Rooney has left Wayne in the US as she takes the kids back to the UK for the summer holidays, with a strict list of rules, according to reports.
After Wayne was charged with a misdemeanour at Washington airport in December last year and later seen drinking with a barmaid until the early hours while Coleen was away, the wife of the footballer is apparently keen to make sure no hijinks go down while shes back in Blighty.
Sources have claimed shes left a list of things for Wayne to do and were not talking about getting the leaves out of the gutter or de-hairing the shower plugs.
According to The Sun, while Coleen brings sons Kai, nine, Klay, six, Kit, three and Cass, one, back to England for a holiday, Wayne is barred from drinking and partying and must call home every day.
To be fair, for a dude thats separated from his kids every day we can only assume this isnt a rule – its just whats done regardless.
And when it comes to the drinking, well, something tells us his strict training for the DC team will keep him out of trouble – no rules required. Just seems like common sense, right?
A source told the publication: Wayne wont be joining them due to his football commitments, but shes said parties and boozing is off limits and shell be checking in daily with him.
The former Manchester United player, who now plays for American team DC United, was charged with a misdemeanour on 16 December after being arrested by the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority for public intoxication.
He was then pictured on 3 February drinking at the Pier House 60 marina hotel in Clearwater Beach, Florida as he joined pals in watching the 2019 Super Bowl. They then enjoyed a bar crawl and ended up at The Brown Boxer where he bumped into local barmaid Vicki whom he had met several days earlier at Toucans Bar and Grill, where she works.
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Having uprooted her life to accompany Wayne to the States for him to give the football career a crack over there, the source added Coleen was keen to get back to her roots this month.