The mother of four took to Twitter with a “stunning” photo of herself in an oversized red dress and heels at Wayne and her PS20 million house. Rooney revealed the significance of the shoes and wrote: “Love that these shoes appeared at an amazing party last week. ….. I wore them to Wayne’s 18th birthday!! #vintageheels.” Fans were quick to praise the WAG and many said their large home is “house dreams”.
In the meantime, something didn’t seem with some who said it appeared as if Rooney appeared to be “floating” on the image. “You’ve totally morphed yourself into this picture,” one said, “You’re almost floating.” Another person reiterated: “You can tell it’s an actual mirror image that’s made to look like she’s in the middle of the staircase.”
Another person was in agreement and wrote: “That’s what I thought too. It must it be carpet.” “Look at the feet of her and the color of her dress. It’s like she’s taken from another picture and then re-inserted there. There are no shadows or any other features. I’ve seen this before. It’s possible that it’s authentic, but it’s real If you believe me,” one concluded.
Rooney immediately retracted assertions and tweeted: “Don’t do photoshop.” The WAG was the most talked about topic of recent news during the time that the Wagatha Christie lawsuit against Rebekah Vardy finally came to an end. In a highly anticipated ruling the judge said that the judge said it’s “likely” the agent of Vardy at the moment, Caroline Watt, “undertook the direct step” of distributing the information to The Sun.
She said: “Nonetheless, the evidence … is clear that I believe the fact that Mrs. Vardy knew of and supported this conduct, and was actively participating in it by instructing the account of Ms. Watt to the private Instagram account, and sending the screenshots from Mrs. Rooney’s posts, calling attention to things that could be of media interest as well as responding to any additional questions that were asked by the media via Ms. Watt.”