“She can be yeah”, he joked, but Coleen insisted she was “organised”.
The Rooneys, along with their two sons Kai and Klay, will feature in a special BBC documentary which will chronicle Manchester United captain Wayne’s rise from a Liverpool council estate lad to a global footballing superstar.
Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney ditched a romantic setting and instead proposed to his now-wife Coleen at a petrol station.
And in the end the pair headed home and ate corned beef hash, Coleen’s mum has revealed.
When Wayne Rooney scored against Switzerland at Wembley in September he became England’s greatest ever goalscorer, beating a record held by Sir Bobby Charlton for nearly half a century.
An expensive assembly of toys are also on display – including a drivable mini Range Rover (costing up to £399), a taxi trike (on sale for £299) and children’s fruit and vegetable stand (£99), ensuring sons Kai and Klay are well-covered for amusements.
Familiar faces such as David Beckham and Sven Goran Eriksson chipped in to recount their personal experiences with the man himself.
Thousands of viewers have posted their reactions to the Wayne Rooney documentary on social media – with many claiming they needed subtitles to understand his accent.
Wayne admits that off the pitch, Coleen is most definitely in charge. Deep-sea fishing is actually one of the most risky jobs in Britain, and this programme gives unprecedented access into the world of these men who put their lives on the line to bring in big hauls of fish from all around the UK.
Speaking in the BBC documentary series, Rooney: The Man Behind The Goals, pregnant Coleen admitted her husband was “shy until he gets to know you”.
“I used to write a lot of poems”, confesses Wayne, who clearly doesn’t feel comfortable with the fame game.