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Coleen Rooney and her mum's palm print pyjamas have sent Instagram WILD

How cute are these?

Laura Sutcliffe

Coleen Rooney has returned to UK soil and we are loving having her back! The mother-of-four has been spending quality time with her family and friends. On Sunday evening, the wife of footballer Wayne shared a photo of her enjoying a night in with her mum and a gal pal, wearing some seriously funky leaf-print PJs. Many of Coleen's fans loved them and demanded to know where she had brought them from. Luckily, we've tracked them down and they come from HA Designs. Long-sleeved and silky, they looked super glam and almost too good for bed, don't you think? The set cost £50, and we think they would make a lovely gift. 

Loving the glam nightwear, ladies!

It's been a busy few weeks for the fashion-mad mum. Last week, the 33-year-old was seen with her feet up at the Duchess of Sussex's favourite spot - Soho Farmhouse. Nice! In the snap she shared on the 'gram, we noticed she was sporting a pair of racing green velvet Gucci loafers. Fans were surprised to discover she had actually picked them up from Hush Luxe - a website that buys in designer, pre-owned goods and sells them for a lot less. Genius! Who doesn't love a designer bargain, right?

BUY IT NOW! £50, HA Designs

In the past, Coleen has had a fashion range with Very, and even wrote her own book - Coleen's Real Style back in 2008, so looking good has always been on her radar.

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Coleen's first big splurge was a party dress. She told the Liverpool Echo: "It was a Marc Jacobs dress from Cricket to wear to Wayne's dad’s 40th. I was 16 so it was quite a grown-up choice but I don't know what made me choose that particular dress. I hadn't seen it in a magazine, although if I see something I like it doesn’t matter what label it is or whether it’s high street or designer."

READ: Coleen Rooney just wore the most fabulous Zara tweed top - and it cost her just £29

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