Coleen Rooney ditches heels for comfy trainers for meal with Wayne

   May 3, 5:01 pm

London, May 3 (ANI): Coleen Rooney, who is usually seen sporting the sky-high Louboutins, was spotted in some comfy trainers on a quiet date with husband Wayne.

The 26-year-old wore a pair of shiny two-tone trainers to dine at Gusto restaurant with the footballer husband.

Of course, the WAG ensured she was otherwise primped to perfection with a teased high ponytail, perfect make-up and a chic white blazer over her jeans, the Daily Mail reported.

Wayne was rather scruffier in tattered jeans and a jacket.

The couple's night had to be shared with Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini, who also happened to be dining at the restaurant with 12 friends.

Manchester United suffered a 1-0 loss to city over the weekend.

Whether they acknowledged each other inside is unknown, and Mancini was the first to leave the restaurant around 9.40pm.

Wayne and Coleen followed half an hour later, looking rather glum following their meal as they returned to their car. (ANI)

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