Coleen Rooney is due to welcome her third child any day now – and her husband Wayne Rooney has left many people speculating that she is already in labour after sharing a touching throwback photo on Thursday. The footballer seemed to drop a big hint as he uploaded a photo taken the moment that he held his youngest son Klay for the first time.
Alongside the sweet snapshot, which also shows mum Coleen and the couple’s eldest child Kai, Wayne wrote: "#TBT – Family picture after Klay was born. Not long left until the new addition is here! #Family."
Wayne Rooney shared a sweet throwback photo on Thursday
Earlier this week, 29-year-old Coleen took to Twitter to confirm that she was still waiting for her third child to arrive. "No baby yet!!... Hurry up!!..... Too comfy," she wrote, alongside heart and baby emojis.
Wayne, 30, and Coleen – who have been together since they were 16, and married since 2008 – announced their baby news in July, posting simultaneous messages on their Twitter pages.
No baby yet!! .... Hurry up!! ..... Too comfy 👶🏼💙💗💙💗— Coleen Rooney (@ColeenRoo) January 18, 2016
Coleen Rooney confirmed earlier this week that she was still waiting for baby number three
"Baby number 3 is on the way… January!! We are so happy and excited," Coleen told her 1.23 million followers, while Wayne wrote: "Delighted that me and @ColeenRoo have our third child on the way."
Coleen recently spoke about her "maternal" side, revealing that coming from a big family meant that it came naturally to her. "I have always been a maternal person, and I come from a big family full of kids so I was always looking after them," she told the Mail. "I am a hands-on wife and mother, that's just part of my personality."
The couple are already parents to six-year-old Kai and Klay, two
The star also said that husband Wayne has grown in confidence over the years. "When we had Kai it was all new to him, whereas I had more experience through my family," she said.
"By the time Klay came along he knew how everything worked and was really confident. It's natural to him now."