Coleen and Wayne Rooney are currently on holiday at their luxury home in Barbados with their four children Kit, Cass, Kai and Klay. The couple bought the property on the Royal Westmoreland estate for £5million in 2015, while it is also available to rent for £25,000 per week when it is not occupied by Coleen and Wayne. Inside, it features five bedrooms and sleeps up to 14 people with a separate two-bedroom cottage, as well as a study, dressing room, media room and infinity pool. Take a look…
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The villa sits within the estate's 750 acres. The exterior is white, and there are several palm trees at the front.
The living room is decorated white, with glossy wooden floors and three black fans fitted within the ceiling. There are two large white leather sofas furnished with gold and blue cushions, two additional white armchairs and a glossy black wooden coffee table in the middle. At one side, Coleen and Wayne have a coordinating black dresser, above which they have a mirror hanging on the wall.
The room has three sets of double doors which lead out onto the patio and the infinity pool.
The pool is lined with white tiles, and there are four sets of red and white striped sun loungers with a red parasol each. The pool also has its own link bridge, and there is an outdoor shower at one side.
The Royal Westmoreland estate was once a sugar plantation, and besides Coleen and Wayne, it has attracted an extensive celebrity clientele including TV hosts Ant and Dec, former England cricketer Freddie Flintoff and footballer Rio Ferdinand, who all own their own home on the grounds. In fact, it has become known as the 'Northern Quarter', thanks to the number of northern celebrities that have bought a house there. Guests also have access to an exclusive clubhouse, restaurant, spa, private beach and a golf course.
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