Coleen Rooney tweets pic of 'Little Farmer' Kai

   May 1, 12:18 pm

London, May 1 (ANI): Coleen Rooney posted a picture of her adorable son Kai on Twitter, as the mother-son due enjoyed a day out in a farm park.

The two-year-old son of Manchester United striker Wayne recently spent a day at Farmer Ted's farm park in Lancashire and his doting mother Coleen couldn't resist posting a picture of her 'Little Farmer'.

The snapshot shows the tot - who is looking more like his famous father every day - sitting on a mini green tractor clad in a simple striped top and jeans, the Daily Mail reported.

Coleen captioned the photograph "Nice little day out at Farmer Teds with Little Farmer Kai!!"

The 25-year-old mother previously posted a picture of him enjoying his first riding lesson at the age of 22 months, and she was so impressed with his skill, the WAG jokingly called him her "little jockey."

"Rhythm time and first riding lesson!! Busy morning..." she wrote.

The 25-year-old mum recently enjoyed a mother and son date at Aintree where was spotted carrying Kai as she tottered along in a five inch pair of skyscraper nude patent Christian Louboutin shoes. (ANI)

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