The Rooney family showed they are getting in the Christmas spirit as mum Coleen posted a sweet snap of her brood in matching festive PJs.
The doting mum, 35, took to her Instagram page to share a very sweet photo of the family getting together.
She was joined by her former footballer husband Wayne along with their four sons as they posed side by side in their nightwear.
The pic featured Kai, 12, Klay, eight, Kit, five, and three-year-old Cass along with Coleen and former England football star Wayne.
Fans of Coleen's rushed to the comments to express how cute the family photo was.
One person penned: "A very Happy Christmas to you and your beautiful family. God bless."
Another added: "Beautiful family photo," as a third said: "Lovely family love how your all matching xx."
A fourth wrote: "Lovely picture yous all look so happy xx."
It's set to be a bumper Christmas for the Rooney clan who recently moved into their £20 million huge mansion after four years of delays.
They've moved into the Cheshire home after buying the plot in 2017 for £4 million and the huge house now sits on 40-acres of land.
They were supposed to move into the house more than a year ago but this had to be pushed back due to coronavirus restrictions.
Building materials were delayed in getting delivered meaning the whole project was put back despite January 2020 being their original move in date.
It consists of a massive six bedrooms along with wine store, a television room, bar, snooker room, cinema, gym, hot tub, swimming pool, steam room and plunge pool.
Visitors will even have their own amenities as there are two lifts so the guests can have their own.
The outside is just as impressive as the inside as there's a six car garage, two fishing lakes, a stables and an orangery.
A source previously told The Sun : "It’s been a difficult and often frustrating process but it’s all but done and ready to move into.
"Wayne and Coleen are absolutely thrilled with it.
"It’s been a long time coming, but the best things come to those who wait."
It has been reported that the home is directly underneath a flight path but it seems it's been quieter than usual due to the lack of flights going out during the Covid pandemic.
The Daily Mail reported that a local resident said the family might get a shock when the holiday season arrives and the amount of flights goes back to normal.
They said: "They have put security cameras up around their border, but there are areas when you can get very close from public land. There is little they will be able to do about it.
"But I wish them well as do most of us around here. They are a young family just like any other moving into a new home."
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