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Wayne Rooney accidentally reveals some saucy artwork as he celebrates his son’s birthday

Former Manchester United player Wayne Rooney wished his youngest son a happy birthday on Thursday, but in the background of sweet congratulations on Instagram, a cheeky collection of artwork can be seen .

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Coleen Rooney and her children enjoy a day out at Madame Tussauds

Wayne and Coleen Rooney there’s some very daring artwork in their £20million mansion.

Derby County manager Wayne, 36, has arrived Instagram on Thursday to celebrate the birthday of the couple’s youngest child.

As he paid tribute to four-year-old Cass with a sweet snap as the youngest opened presents wearing birthday-themed glasses, some of the artwork can be seen adorning the walls at background.

“Happy 4th birthday Cass,” Wayne captioned the cute image of his son holding a new Power Ranger toy.

As thousands of comments came in from fans wishing the star’s baby well, no one spotted the artistic interpretations of the female figure in the background.






Wayne and Coleen Rooney are parents of four boys

For a split second, a trio of 7ft tall paintings can be seen, showing the contours of a nude female body created with paint.

Coleen and Wayne are parents of four sons; Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, six, and birthday boy Cass, four.

Coleen, 35, also wished her youngest brother a happy birthday online on Thursday, captioned with a collage of Cass: “Our gorgeous baby boy is 4 years old today!

“Have the best day, continue to be friends and love life. We love you so much.”







Rooney’s taste in art could be clearly seen thanks to Wayne’s snap on Thursday
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Earlier this month, Wayne’s new Amazon Prime feature addressed claims Coleen stayed with his ex Manchester United players for the sake of their four children.

The mother-of-four admits in the new documentary Rooney that her children are part of the reason she takes Wayne over and over again.

“I know people say, ‘Oh, are they just staying together to maintain the family unit together?”, she said in a special issue released earlier this month.

“It’s part of it but we still love each other.”







The happy couple at Rooney’s world premiere in Manchester earlier this month
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In the documentary about Wayne’s life and football career, Coleen also admitted she and the sports star were not a “lovely” couple.

“We’re not the romantic type anyway and we love to laugh together and we work well together, and we’ve got four kids,” she explained on Rooney.

Elsewhere in the reveal documentary, Wayne explains how he would try and attract his childhood sweetheart with poetry.

“I thought I was about 11 or 12. I knew I wanted to date her,” Wayne confessed.






The couple have been a couple since their teenage years

“I knew I wanted to marry her. And I said to her at the time, ‘When we grow up, we’ll get married and you’ll have our kids. “

“She looked at me like, ‘Yeah, that’s great’.”

Coleen added how the couple “grew up together” and how she ended up falling for her future husband’s charms.

“He’s a charmer, growing up that’s how he won me over,” the Liverpool-born admitted in the documentary.

“The more I said no, the more he said, ‘I’m going to have a day, I’m going to get that day’.”

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