She's been in the midst of a WAG war with Rebekah Vardy.
But Coleen Rooney didn't let her recent woes get in the way of celebrating her son Kai's tenth birthday in typically spectacular style on Saturday.
The TV personality, 33, took to Instagram to share her beloved eldest child's big day, by posting an image of him posing in front of his many gifts including a rugby ball - in a funny twist given his father's football icon status.
Big day: Coleen Rooney marked eldest son Kai's 10th birthday in typically spectacular style with an iPhone cake, Apple balloons... and a RUGBY ball (but don't tell footballer dad Wayne!)
Kai looked adorable in a white T-Shirt and graphic-print monochrome shorts, while he opted to forgo wearing shoes inside the house.
He had a big smile plastered across his face as he posed in front of a huge pile of presents, while an iPhone-themed cake was lit behind him.
Alongside the carefully wrapped presents, a deflated rugby ball had pride of place at the top of the pile.
Wayne shared a similar image to honour his 'big boy's' birthday; the couple also share sons Klay, five, Klay, three, and Cass, 20 months.
Celebrating: Wayne shared a similar image to honour his 'big boy's' birthday, and he didn't acknowledge the rugby ball gift
Happy family: The couple also share sons Klay, five, Klay, three, and Cass, 20 months
Coleen's post comes after Rebekah hit back at Trolls who questioned why she still hasn't proven her innocence after hiring investigators following their spat.
The mother-of-five was fuming when she was attacked online, two weeks after Coleen accused her of leaking stories, writing to one troll: 'I don't have to prove anything to d**** like you,' when they asked her to reveal who hacked her account.
Under a picture of her and husband Jaime, one person wrote: 'It’s been 3 weeks since you got caught out and was wondering have “your people” finished their investigations on the matter? It’s been a while hasn’t it?'
Rebekah wrote back: 'I don’t think that is any of your business....'
And her follower wrote back: 'I sense I’ve hit a nerve. Have a