WAYNE and Coleen Rooney were criticized this week for some of the things they said in the new documentary about “warts and all”.
Of course, we already know about some of the issues they face in their marriage, most of which are issues that concern them. Wayne’s behavior when he has been drinking.
And in the documentary Rooney – on Amazon Prime – the pair are admirably honest about Wayne’s infamous brothel visits and escort scandal.
Some people were quick to criticize Coleen for taking Wayne out of the story by saying that alcohol is to blame and that his “unsupervised” is not a good thing.
Wayne, in turn, was criticized for not taking responsibility for his own actions, for which he was forgiven by his wife of 14 years.
Coleen says in the film that “I wouldn’t be standing here if I didn’t forgive him,” as she reflects on their 20-year relationship.
The Cues appeal to Coleen for being very forgiving of the kind of behavior that most people shouldn’t – and won’t – adopt in a marriage.
In many ways, it seems pathetic that a grown man needs a babysitter.
Of course he doesn’t need supervision. What he needs to do is learn to respect himself, his wife and children.
Alcohol is a nasty drug, but if he knows he’s lost control of his drinking but he continues to drink, it’s his choice.
How tiring it is to be with a man who needs supervision when he’s out alone.
I know I can’t be with a man who needs it. That’s not the way to live together, as trust is clearly gone, which is sad.
Coleen described her behavior as unforgivable but she accepted it.
But what’s clear is that when you’re in a relationship that goes back to your childhood, it’s harder to leave it.
They grew up together, they shared the same memories, the same friends, the same school, and their families bonded together.
This isn’t about money or her being a doormat, it’s about their relationship.
For me, the most revealing thing was when Coleen admitted she was “crying every night” after leaving the family home to move in with Wayne as his professional football career began to take off. .
She was just 17 when she shared her first home with the former Man United and England striker and she talks about how difficult it is to be away from her parents, Tony and Colette, and three siblings em.
Coleen talks about being in tears when Wayne went on an international mission.
She said: “The thought of everything being all right and wonderful, but obviously you’re away every weekend and I used to leave my mom and cry all the way home.”
Self-destruct button and itchy fingers
They were just kids when they got together. And, as is true for many footballers and their wives, Wayne was in the public eye with a hefty salary when he was fresh out of school.
He had to grow up – and make all his mistakes – in public, with photographers following him around.
Hearing about their life together, I’m sure a lot of people would conclude that they left years ago. But I guess with four kids, she’s damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t.
It would be easy to feel sorry for Coleen with a husband with a self-destruct button and itchy fingers.
But somehow, she stood her ground, and she turned out to be a good mother.
It was brave of them to make this documentary and share with the public about every aspect of their lives. After all, they get enough public scrutiny that they can share aspects of the story, too.
And one thing is obviously dazzling. Coleen really loves Wayne. Their wedding vows – in sickness, in health and all the rest – mean something to her.
She is a strong woman and I respect that.
SIGNS ON TEE GROOM
What a shame! That’s what I thought when I saw the pictures of Catherine Nicholson, 16, from Doncaster, married to her amazingly casually dressed groom.
He appeared with a black t-shirt, gray washed jeans and sneakers.
Meanwhile, she was out of all the stops, wearing a mermaid wedding dress with a train of lace.
This seems all wrong. Aside from the fact that no one should get married at 16, it’s disrespectful to show up in the outfit you’re wearing to get the crate out – when your future wife has gone to great lengths to get the amazing thing. Best. day of her life.
No wonder she looks so charming. On the plus side, she looks great too.
Didn’t Adele sing great in Brits?
However, despite her stellar performance, the 33-year-old singer-songwriter has of course been criticized for what some say she aims for “genderless” awards, where The first time the male and female categories are scrap.
Accepting Artist of the Year, she said: “I understand why the name of the award has changed, but I really love being a woman and being a female artist. I do. I’m really proud of us.”
How wonderful it is that we live in a diverse world where people – most – can feel free to be themselves. But why is it a crime to say you are proud to be a woman?
Just as no one will criticize you if you say you’re proud to be a man, a transsexual male or female, or gender-flexible, neutral or whatever.
What am I missing?
STUNNING STUNNING HELL’S BREAKING IS LIKE GREEN HEAVEN
I KNOW that 24 year old Anastasia Karanikolaou – or Stassie, as she is known – looks pretty sexy in a sheer green bodysuit with zebra prints that she’s wearing, like you, to partying in Los Angeles this week.
In case you don’t know who she is, Stassie has appeared on Keeping Up With The Kardashians numerous times and has been friends with Kylie Jenner since the age of 13.
At first I thought she was wearing a fancy dress. But then I realized she chose to wear an outfit that made her look like the Green Lantern.
To be fair, she has an amazing body. But all I can think of when I look at that outfit is that it’s so green, it must be so itchy, and it definitely can’t be taken off.
My idea of hell.
I KNOW that Sharon Stone was a megastar after Basic Instinct made her famous in 1992.
But comparing yourself to the late Princess Diana seems a little different.
In an interview this week, the actress said they are both sought after as they are followed by crowds of fans wherever they go.
While that’s true, I’m sorry to say that no one – and I mean no one – is as hunted as Diana. And that includes Sharon Stone.
‘SORRY’ IS THE FIRST STAGE
Let me be clear – there is no justification for Kurt Zouma’s actions.
I, as well as anyone who watched the video circulating this week, was shocked by what I saw.
Kurt’s behavior does not at all reflect the standards and values that we hold dear at West Ham United – and the nation that loves our children.
Our stance on this as a club has been clear from the start – we strongly condemn his actions and will never tolerate any heinous acts against him. with animals.
We acted quickly to fine him the maximum amount available to us.
Kurt accepts this without reservation and fully agrees that the money will be donated to animal welfare charities.
Kurt and the club are also fully assisting with the investigation by the RSPCA, the sole leading agency handling the case.
At every stage, the club has taken the appropriate steps to take, and we must allow the investigation to come to a fair conclusion.
We trust and respect the RSPCA process, which determines the final conclusion and any other sanctions imposed against players.
It is important at this stage to emphasize that Kurt is aware of the seriousness of his actions.
It’s been said before, but I can say it again – because I’ve seen it with my own eyes, heard it with my own eyes – that he deeply regrets it.
He apologized, and also sincerely apologized to everyone in the club, and to the wider public. It is the first step on the journey to renovation.
I recognize that there will be some people who disagree with that course of action, who would like to see Kurt deprived of his livelihood, and we acknowledge the power of their feelings.
But I believe we live in a society where the vast majority of people still value forgiveness and redemption.
We as a club will work hard, together with Kurt, to ensure that his genuine remorse leads to a determination to resolve the situation and turn something negative into a positive. Castle.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4675844/dont-pity-coleen-rooney-wayne/ Don’t pity Coleen Rooney. She’s strong and she loves Wayne