Coleen Rooney is enjoying a sun-kissed break in Barbados with her kids after they started their new life in Washington DC recently.
The beaming WAG, 32, looked like she was in her element as she doted on baby Cass, who she gave birth to in February, on the beach.
The mum was snapped relaxing on a sun lounger as she played with her youngest son, before she headed down to the beach to take some snaps of the rest of her brood.
Sun worshipper Col, who regularly visits the Caribbean island, looked stunning in her signature mirrored sunglasses and black bikini that was adorned with silver beads.
Earlier, Coleen had taken to Instagram to wish husband Wayne a happy birthday alongside a picture of the married couple smiling at camera.
The family moved Stateside in the summer after Wayne signed to Washington’s DC United for three years.
The mum recently revealed in an exclusive interview with The Mirror how she felt about leaving her Cheshire home for the US.
Speaking about telling her parents Tony and Colette McLoughlin, who she has always lived close to, was an emotional conversation.
“It’s hard not being able to pop down the road – an eight- hour flight is a long distance. You can’t just nip over for a cup of tea.
“It’s been a bit of a blur so far getting everything sorted. I am sure it will all sink in soon.”
Coleen also said she was sad for her eldest boys to leave their ‘fantastic’ school near their previous home in Cheshire.
“That was the one thing I was gutted about – having to take him out of school, as we love it. That’s the hardest thing.
“Obviously, we can try and get him back into it when we eventually come back to England.”
She added: “My eldest is so outgoing he is fine – you put him anywhere and he will get on with it.
“But my five year old loves home and being comforted.
“He said, ‘What are my friends going to do without me?’. But they are young enough to adapt to it – and there are so many school holidays anyway.”