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Troubled Wayne Rooney fighting to save his marriage after crisis talks with wife Coleen takes another level

Former England captain, Wayne Rooney is now fighting to save his marriage after crisis talks with pregnant wife, Coleen.

The mother-of-three, who is pregnant with the couple's fourth child is said to be “off the scale” after Rooney’s wild night with a party girl that led to his arrest for drink driving on Friday.

Coleen returned home on Friday from Spain to angrily confront her husband whose career is now also on the line.

According to Sunday Mirror, Coleen with her mother Colette by her side yesterday, screamed at the shamed star: “How could you do this to me while I’m pregnant?

“How could you be so stupid?”

She also told the former England captain, 31, that the 'world is laughing at me because of you' and questioned why he didn't just get an Uber home before he was arrested.

Coleen is also said to have broken down in tears during the confrontation inside the pair’s £6million Cheshire home, and later left the property in a white Range Rover.

Following Rooney's encounter with party girl Laura Simpson, 29, an office worker claimed she and Roo allegedly 'kissed and cuddled'. Coleen has also phoned the party girl who is at the centre of her husband drink-drive arrest shame to demand she tell her 'the truth' of what happened between them.

Confirming this to The Sun on Sunday, Ms. Simpson said: 'She asked me to tell her what happened. She seemed unhappy with the fact that we had left a nightclub in a cab together to go to my car.'

Earlier today, Coleen was spotted driving her £80,000 white Range Rover Overfinch away from her parents' home to fuel speculation that she might be pushing for a divorce.

Wayne Rooney is worth more than £80million and should the couple split, it could spark a tense divorce battle worth millions. 


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