Coleen Rooney has paid tribute to her late sister Rosie McLoughlin, posting a touching picture of her sibling, who died after losing a battle with Rett Syndrome, a brain disorder on January 5. Rosie would have been 15-years-old yesterday (February 2).
Coleen, who's expecting her second child with Manchester Utd star Wayne, tweeted a picture of her with her sister on her and Wayne's wedding day in 2008, writing alongside the pic: "Happy birthday to the most beautiful girl in the world! Our Rosie! Love you so much and miss you even more xx."
Coleen with Rosie in 2006 (Photo: WENN)
The WAG also revealed that she'd been out with pals on a girlie night for the first time since her sister's passing, and added: "Had a brilliant night out with my best friends! have not done anything but laugh. Just what I needed."
Wayne had paid tribute to Rosie after scoring the winning goal for Utd against West Ham in an FA Cup replay, while the couple also took out a full page ad in their local paper last week to continue the tributes to Coleen's sister.
A statement from the family at the time of Rosie's death said: "We shall cherish for ever the memories we have shared and the love she showed us each and every day."