By Daily Mail Reporter
Summer chic: Coleen Rooney looked pretty in a striped dress and matching cardigan as she arrived at Old Trafford with mother Colette, son Kai and brother Anthony today
She looked every inch the glamorous WAG as she arrived to watch husband Wayne play for Manchester United.
And it seems Coleen Rooney has fully embraced summer chic now the UK heat has really set in, teaming her striped dress and matching cardigan with a pair of sky-high heels.
The 25-year-old star also wore a huge pair of dark sunglasses and carried a chic nude bag as she took son Kai to see his dad play in the Manchester United vs Everton game at Old Trafford today.
Enjoying the sunshine: Coleen teamed the outfit with a pair of sky-high heels and a nude coloured bag
Coleen was joined by her mother Colette, who was happy to push along little Kai in his buggy, and a group of friends including her cousin Claire and her children at the match.
And it seems the presence of Coleen and Kai was enough to spur on Wayne, whose team Manchester United beat Everton 1-0.
Coleen later tweeted: 'Had a lovely day with @xclaireroox and kids!! Looking forward to Britain's Got Talent. Hope Taylor is on it tonight!!!! X'
While Coleen's outfit was perfectly suited to the 27C temperatures this morning, it was lucky she hadn't chosen to wear the dress and sandals this afternoon, as the heavens opened and most of the UK was hit by torrential rain.
Family day out: Coleen was also joined by a group of friends on the day out
Coleen looked in great shape in her summery outfit, and it was revealed this morning the WAG uses boxing as a way to stay in shape.
She is said to go to the gym for sparring practice daily, tweeting fans on her Twitter page: 'Having breakfast in the garden with Kai. Then gym time. Boxing and spinning x.'
She added recently: 'I love boxing in the gym. Once you’ve done that you feel like you’ve had a really good workout. It tones your arms and it’s good for your stomach muscles too.'
Good luck charm: The presence of Coleen and Kai obviously encouraged Wayne, seen here with Everton's Phil Neville, as he helped Manchester United achieve their 1-0 win
Coleen only joined Twitter this week but has been having some problems with abusive followers on the site.
After receiving a series of hateful messages on her page, Coleen then confronted the cyber bullies who appeared to take great delight in tormenting her over the allegations of striker Wayne's alleged infidelity.
She first received a message from a user called Louise Horgan, who wrote: 'You Will Probally (sic) See In The Papers He's Shagged Someone Again.'
A stunned Coleen replied: 'Don't be bothered about my life love!!!'