Coleen Rooney sends message to parents after ‘tough’ time

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Coleen Rooney has sent a message to her followers as she prepares to send her children back to school.

Coleen, 34, has been forced to homeschool her four children, like many other parents, over the national lockdown.

Today Coleen opened up about her family's experience and it seemed she was looking forward to them returning to school as she wrote on social media.

Wayne and Coleen have four children together, Kai, Klay, Kit and Cass Mac.

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Mum-of-four Coleen took to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to share the same words with her followers.

Liverpool native Coleen praised her followers for all their efforts over the past few weeks as she said: "A massive congratulations to all us Mums, Dads, family members, carers, teachers and children for getting through homeschooling the past few months!!

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"I found it tough!!

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"So glad school is back. Have a lovely weekend."

And her followers were quick to like the post, with several commenting underneath.

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One of her followers replied saying that they had found it easy and Coleen said: "My 11 year old was fine getting on with it but my 7 and 5 year old needed my help."

Another follower replied saying that his wife had also struggled and Coleen offered a message of sympathy and said: "It was hard work."