COLEEN Rooney was seen shopping in the rain while wearing gym clothes in Washington DC yesterday.
The star and her family have moved to the American capital for husband Wayne’s football career – he recently signed to play for DC United.
The family have moved into a $12 million mansion in the prestigious Wesley Heights, with the likes of the Obamas and Ivanka Trump as neighbours.
Wayne was given the green light to leave Everton earlier this year, after being told there was no guarantee he would get first-team football next season.
Coleen, 32, was seen entering a number of shops – including Pottery Barn Kids, which sells furniture, bedding and gifts for the home.
She went for an hour-long workout session at Equinox Gym, and then stopped off at Club Pilates.
Coleen finished off the day by getting a wash and blow-dry at Dry Bar.
Her solo outing comes after she was told by a “gypsy” psychic that she can expect more marriage woes.
She paid for a reading from Mrs Jessica above a milkshake shop in Georgetown, Washington DC, according to the Mirror.
Mrs Jessica, who offers five dollar palm and tarot readings, told the paper: “I read Coleen. She was fantastic.
Coleen and Wayne Rooney recently posed with their sons Kai, Klay, Kit and Cass for a sweet family snap after officially moving to Washington D.C.[/caption]
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“I told her about her career and her love life.
“I saw it in the readings. I’m very precise in my readings – I saw troubles in the marriage.
She added: “She is a lovely client but I don’t want to say any more.”
The medium has mixed reviews online, and only a one-and-a-half star rating on Yelp.
One punter wrote: ““If you want to throw money away this is the place.
“Paid $25 for a reading that lasted maybe 2 minutes (cut short due to her smoke break).”
But another said: “She told me I have lots of power inside but I have a generation curse that has to be broken. I will go back to her soon to get rid of it.”
Sun Online contacted Coleen’s people for comment.
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