Coleen Rooney displayed her very toned physique as she nipped to the cash machine in Cheshire on Monday afternoon.
The WAG, 37, showed off the impressive muscles in her arms as she donned a low-key total black ensemble.
She sported a black tank and matching leggings, kept it cosy with a pair of white Rebook trainers for her quick outing.
The wife of Wayne Rooney rocked squared black shades and kept her chocolate locks in a ponytail.
She accessorised her sporty outfit with small hoop earrings and a dainty necklace.
Figure: Coleen Rooney displayed her very toned physique as she nipped to the cash machine in Cheshire on Monday afternoon
Toned: The WAG, 37, showed off the impressive muscles in her arms as she donned a low-key total black ensemble
Sporty: She sported a black tank and matching leggings, kept it cosy with a pair of white Rebook trainers for her quick outing
Earlier on Thursday, the TV personality has celebrated her recent British Vogue cover at an event in her home town of Liverpool – following her £3 million libel case against Rebekah Vardy.
Coleen was the epitome of sophistication in a gorgeous black Monot gown which boasted sheer panels at her slender waist.
The WAG’s frock also featured long sleeves, shoulder pads and she completed the look perfectly with a gold clutch.
Accentuating her features with glamorous make-up she tied back her high-lighted locks and let strands frame her face.
Guests enjoyed cocktail and canapés by Gino D’ACampo at swanky venue Cricket before Coleen made a speech.
She sent fans into a frenzy as she broke her years-long silence over her £3 million libel case against Rebekah Vardy with a stunning British Vogue shoot.
In the interview, Coleen, who is married to footballer Wayne Rooney, both 37, branded her nemesis, 41, ‘odd’ and said her ‘evil’ texts read in court made her sick.
Rebekah had sued Coleen over an accusation she had leaked details of Coleen’s private life to the press after Coleen had staged an elaborate sting operation to find out who was passing on stories about her to The Sun.
She told Vogue how she came up with a plot to foil the person who had been leaking stories, by planting false stories to her private account and only making them visible to Rebekah’s account but didn’t tell a soul what she was up to, not even a lawyer.
Coleen said: ‘I feel like a lot of people still don’t understand what happened, from beginning to end. But what I said in that post, I still stick by today.’
The WAG revealed that her plan to publicly share the leaker on Instagram in October 2019, was all her own.
She said: ‘In the night I started thinking about what I was going to do. I just wanted these stories to stop.’
But she didn’t do a classic firing up of the Notes app at 3am?
She laughed. ‘No. I like a pen and paper – a pencil and rubber, actually, so I can rub it out. So I started writing what I wanted to say and then the next morning I put it out there. That was the start of something that I would never have expected.’
Coleen said she didn’t tell a soul what she was about to do. ‘No. [The part] my friends and family were most surprised at me [for was] putting the post up.’
She didn’t show it to Wayne or her mum, nor, despite much conjecture, to a lawyer. She woke up, typed it up and put it on the internet. Then she took Kai and one of his friends indoor skydiving.
She felt empowered and relieved she’d kept her plans to go public under wraps, saying: ‘If I want to do sunnin’ – and I know I’ll get talked out of doing sunnin’ – I’ll just go ahead and do it. I didn’t want no one telling me not to do it.’
Coleen admitted that when Rebekah said she was consulting lawyers, she was spooked. Rooney was immediately spooked.
She hadn’t pre-legalled her statement and had assumed relaying what had happened to her was allowed..
She said: ‘You see social media people calling people out in such nasty ways and I was thinking I wasn’t that nasty.’ But her stomach turned.
Adding: ‘I’ve never been in a legal case before so for me it was scary. What a horrible experience. The thing I was dreading the most was actually going to court.’
Coleen was both anxious and fuming that she’d been ‘dragged to court’, saying: ‘I found it hard not letting on.
‘It was so weird that first day, actually sitting on a bench together. It was so difficult in that courtroom… especially watching her on the stand. It was quite painful. I felt uneasy.
‘Obviously she was going through it. ‘I thought, “Why have you put yourself in this position?” It was not nice to watch. To this day she cannot for the life of her understand why Vardy took her to court. She is “odd”.’
And she revealed how she found out she had won the case.
She said: ‘I had to come out to take the phone call, so I’m sitting in me car in the middle of Manchester in an industrial estate on my own,. David Sherborne, her lawyer, came on the line and said “We’ve won,” he said without any build up.’
She laughed: ‘I think all I did was swear for the whole quarter of an hour phone call.
‘It was quite surreal how many people followed it. Not just footballers or the girls. It felt like everyone was reading about it. All ages, all types.
Low-key: The wife of Wayne Rooney rocked squared black shades and kept her chocolate locks in a ponytail
Arch rival: Rebekah (pictured) had sued Coleen over an accusation she had leaked details of Coleen’s private life to the press after Coleen had staged an elaborate sting operation to find out who was passing on stories about her to The Sun
Plotting: She told Vogue how she came up with a plot to foil the person who had been leaking stories, but didn’t tell a soul what she was up to, not even a lawyer
‘The positivity I got from it…I’m glad for that, at least.’
Coleen was awarded costs by the court and £800,000 of the total amount due was payable immediately.
While Coleen seems to bear no ill-will towards Rebekah, she said: ‘I’m a forgive and forget person, I can’t be bothered with things going on and on. But this is obviously totally different.’
‘You can’t go wrong if you’re telling the truth.’
See the full feature in the September issue of British Vogue, available via digital download and on newsstands now.