Coleen Rooney announces the birth of her fourth child

Coleen Rooney has revealed she’s given birth to a healthy and beautiful baby boy.

The new mum and husband Wayne revealed they had welcomed the tiny tot, their fourth son together, to their brood of three on 14 February. The proud parents also revealed the name they have chosen for the newest member of their family.

Sharing her happy news on social media, Coleen said: ‘So Happy to welcome our Baby Boy …. Cass Mac Rooney into the world weighing a healthy 8lb 10oz. He is beautiful 💙.’

She later shared an adorable snap of her with her beautiful baby boy, who joins Coleen and Wayne’s three sons Kai, Klay and Kit.

Coleen, who celebrated the impending birth of her fourth child with a baby shower in her local gym, first revealed news of her pregnancy back in August after much speculation that she was expecting her fourth child.

Confirming the happy news on Twitter, Coleen told fans that she hadn’t denied earlier rumours of her pregnancy because she was ‘protecting’ the information.

‘So Happy!!! ….. Never denied the news, but I was always protecting it!!’ she exclaimed to her 1.25 million followers. ‘Had scan & all checks are fine…..Baby number 4 is on its way. 😍’

[twitter] https://twitter.com/ColeenRoo/status/964014326704197632 [/twitter]The new baby comes after Coleen and Wayne’s marriage looked uncertain towards the end of last year following allegations that Wayne had been unfaithful and his arrest and subsequent conviction for drink driving.

In November, the then-pregnant star issued an official statement after months of silence, revealing she had decided to work through any marital problems with her footballer husband.

‘It’s my decision …. do I love Wayne … yes I do. If I didn’t then I wouldn’t be trying to make it work,’ Coleen said in a statement on her Facebook page.

‘I know I would be fine on my own, with just me and my children, but I don’t want to live like that, I want to try and continue our marriage and live as a family, because that’s what I want to do.

‘I’m not saying everything is fine and forgotten about, but we are as good as can be at this point, I’m not the type of person to put a show on and say we’re all loved-up… I’m just real.’