Coleen Rooney, who is allegedly worth £120 million along with her footballer husband Wayne Rooney, entered the low-cost shop with her reusable Waitrose bags in tow.
The 36-year-old mother of four clearly found some great deals at the Cheshire store, as seen by the appearance of 40 Mamia ultra-dry nappies, priced at £2.99, a tin of Four Seasons garden peas for 39p, and a 12-pack of Walkers cheese and onion crisps.
She carried her phone in her hands and let her brunette hair hang beyond her shoulders.
After her workout, Coleen decided not to wear any makeup, allowing her naturally beautiful features to take centre stage.
The shopping trip takes place just a few days after Coleen paid a moving homage to her late sister Rosie on the occasion of her tenth death anniversary.
After a lengthy battle with Rett syndrome, a rare neurological illness that results in severe disability, Rosie passed away in 2013.
On Thursday, Coleen posted a lovely family photo to Instagram, showing Rosie curled up in her mother’s arms.
The post’s caption read: “10 years today……”
“We all love you and will miss you, Rosie Mc,” her fans wrote in the comments section.
When Rosie was two years old, Coleen’s parents, Tony, a bricklayer, and Colette, a former nursery nurse, took her in as a foster kid.
Although they were aware of her disability, they were unaware of the full severity of her incurable illness.
When Rosie came, Coleen said in an exclusive feature for The Mail on Sunday in 2006: “Even though she couldn’t use her hands very much, she would handle toys on her play mat.”
When Coleen married Wayne in 2008, Rosie was chosen as the lead bridesmaid.
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