Earlier this month, Wayne Rooney was caught 'cheating' on wife Coleen after Cheshire police pulled him over on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Since he was spotted with Cheshire girl Laura Simpson, who has admitted the pair would have slept together that night had Wayne not been caught, the world has been speculating over what Coleen will do next.

But while most of us have been #TeamColeen throughout the whole saga, it looks like some people don't quite share our enthusiasm for supporting the pregnant WAG.

Enter former-Loose Woman, Carol McGiffin.

Writing in her column for Best magazine, the 57-year-old appeared to 'blame' Coleen for her husband's actions.

She said: "I suppose I should feel sorry for her - but I'm afraid I don't.

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"Largely because she is the reason it keeps happening. If you behave like a doormat, you'll get treated like one."

The opinionated presenter added: "Wayne being a disrespectful tw*t isn't the problem here, it's Mrs Rooney's serial forgiveness. He is obviously a child who, unless he's punished properly for bad behaviour, will keep repeating it."

And, in true Loose Women style, Cazza didn't stop there, as she continued: "Even if she doesn't really care about what he may or may not have done, she should care deeply about the worldwide ritual humiliation he put her and their family through."


Last week Carol hit the headlines after she was seen outing Loose Women for 'editing her out' of their 18th birthday celebration show.

Taking to Twitter, she slammed the show in a scathing tweet, which read: "I only did 13 years and over 1,000 shows, why would I even be asked?"

She added: "I don't mind being more or less airbrushed from LW history."

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We still remember you, Carol. Whatever you think of Coleen, you'll always be one of our fave Loose ladies.

Rachel Pugh

Rachel Pugh is a Junior Social Editor at PRETTY52. She previously worked as the Overnight TV & Showbiz editor for OK! Online. She started her journalism career in 2014, where she worked on the video desk for the Daily Star and Daily Express. Since then she has worked as a publisher, journalist, copywriter and social media manager on a variety of websites, with subject matters ranging from menswear to pop culture. Contact her – rachel.pugh@pretty52.com

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