Coleen Rooney has been spotted on a rare public outing this week as she hit up the supermarket for a big family shop.
The WAG, who is married to Derby County player Wayne Rooney, was seen leaving swanky supermarket Waitrose to stock up on food.
Keeping things casual, the mum of four dressed down in a pair of black lycra leggings and dark trainers.
Coleen kept warm by teaming the laid back look with a large hoody as she wrapped up in the comfy clothes.
The hands on mum was seen piling four large bags of shopping into her trolley from the checkout before heading home.
Keen not to miss out on the finer things in life, Coleen completed her shop by purchasing two large bouquets of white lilies.
Over the past 24 hours all UK supermarkets have united to release a joint statement calling for panic buyers to think twice before unnecessary stockpiling.
Meanwhile, CEO of Aldi UK and Ireland Giles Hurley, has been praised to releasing a personal plea to shoppers to be considerate.
Writing to Aldi customers via Instagram he said: "I am writing to reassure you, and all our other valued customers, that our colleagues and trusted suppliers are working round the clock to keep our warehouses fully stocked.
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"We have increased orders from our suppliers and our warehouses have sufficient stock to replenish all stores. This includes all of the essentials such as sanitary and baby products.
Our amazing colleagues have been working tirelessly to restock our stores. However, unprecedented demand for certain products has made it difficult for us to ensure that there are no gaps on shelves.
"All of our stores receive daily deliveries, often multiple times a day. So if a certain product is not available when you visit, it will be replenished in the overwhelming majority of cases by the following day.
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"Customers are currently limited to buying four items of any one product during each visit.
"This is still significantly more than most customers would buy in a normal shopping trip and we hope this temporary restriction will give as many customers as possible the opportunity to get what they need, every time they visit."
At the time of publication currently 1,543 people have tested positive for Coronavirus in the UK.
35 people have sadly died – with many of them having underlying health conditions.
The total population in the United Kingdom stands at 66.4 million.
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