Coleen Rooney has reportedly ditched her wedding rings in the wake of Wayne Rooney’s drink-driving arrest following a night partying with a 29-year-old single mum. Adding more fuel to the speculation that the latest scandal could spell the end of their marriage, the mum-of-three is said to have been spotted without her £250,000 wedding ring or her £200,000 engagement ring.
Coleen, who flew back to the UK from Spain after learning of the news, is believed to have visited Wayne on Sunday night after spending the weekend at her parents house – and that’s when she was seen without the jewellery, according to The Sun.
“She’s been humiliated again and there’s only so much a person can take. She’s stood by Wayne for years and put up with more than any wife should. “Stepping out in public without her ring sends a clear message to Wayne – enough is enough, this time things might have gone too far. And as things stand, it looks like there is no way back,” a source told the newspaper.
Over the weekend, an insider also claimed that Coleen is said to feel that this is the “final straw”.
“She’s been spending time with her parents deciding what to do — but at this stage she feels it’s over,” a source added to The Sun . “Things could change in the coming days but as things stand she’s had enough and it’s finished. This was the final straw.”
The drama started in the early hours of Friday morning when Wayne was found at the wheel of Laura Simpson’s VW Beetle intoxicated after a night out.
It’s since been revealed that the 31-year-old star kissed and cuddled the single mother, as he enjoyed a wild night out while his wife of nine years was abroad on holiday with their three sons.
And over the weekend Laura spoke out about the events of Friday morning. Recalling her night with Wayne in a chat with Mail Online , she said: “Was I going to spend the night with him? Yes, perhaps, we hadn’t really discussed it.
“I’m not a marriage wrecker, it was all playful fun and I’d had loads to drink. We had a kiss, a hug, some banter, harmless fun. When the bar was closing, one of Wayne’s pals came up to me and said, ‘You know Wayne likes the look of you and wants to go somewhere with you.’”
After the pair got a taxi at 1.15am, they were dropped off at a pal’s house but decided to just drive on.
She added: “We didn’t go into the house but decided to drive off into the night, we had no idea where we were going. I felt safe with Wayne, his driving was OK. We were on the road for 10 to 15 minutes and then we thought we saw flashing police lights so Wayne slowed down, he wasn’t speeding, and stopped at the side of the road.
“There were two officers, I think and Wayne looked really worried. He turned and said to me ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, you’ll be OK, I’m getting out of here.’”