Coleen Rooney has spoken to the lady Wayne was driving home while drunk 4 years ago

Coleen Rooney has spoken to the lady Wayne was driving home while drunk

It's hardly a nice thing for anyone to endure - never mind when you're pregnant with your fourth baby.

Footballer Wayne Rooney was caught driving drunk - reportedly three times over the limit - on Friday morning.


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That he was driving another woman's car - and that that woman was in the car with him - only makes matters worse for Coleen, his wife of nine years.

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Now, reports the Sun On Sunday, Ms Rooney, 31, has called and spoken to Laura Simpson, the 29-year-old Wayne was partying with on Thursday and who was in the vehicle with him when he was stopped by police.

Laura says the conversation lasted around five minutes and that Coleen was "polite" throughout.

"She asked me to tell her what happened," the publication quotes Laura as stating, adding: "She did say both of us were at fault".


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However, Ms Simpson, who was first contacted by Wayne's wife via Instagram, went on to say that when she offered her an apology, Coleen responded with: "You have nothing to say sorry for."

Ms Rooney had to return from Spain, where she was holidaying with the couple's three young sons, when news of Wayne's arrest broke.


She is currently at her parents' house with her mum in particular said be supporting her at this difficult time.

The former England striker had been seen dancing on tables and singing while socialising in a club closeby to his ‚ā¨6.5million Cheshire home on Thursday.

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He had been out with fellow footballer Wes Brown, as well as the younger brother of defender Phil Bardsley. The trio went for a meal in an Italian restaurant at around 4pm before moving on to bars.


On Friday, Rooney spent almost 12 hours in a police cell before being bailed and driven home by his agent, Paul Stretford.

The 31-year-old announced his retirement from international football recently after a record 53 goals and 119 appearances for England.