Coleen Rooney is reportedly feeling "lonely and miserable" after moving to the US with her husband Wayne .
The WAG, 32, is said to have been struggling to adapt since settling in Washington, D.C. with the footballer after he signed with DC United.
Wayne’s boozy antics have not helped and Coleen is believed to have warned him to cut down his drinking and stop partying.
An insider told The Sun the mum-of-four is feeling more alone than ever as she deals with her marital troubles.
They said: "Coleen has no friends in the US and goes to bed early while Wayne stays awake playing computer games and drinking.
“They’re both miserable. Wayne’s friends and family think a lot of his issues come from the fact he’s not happy with the quality of football at his new club.
“Coleen can’t keep going through this. She’s so lonely and has no emotional support.”
The couple, who have been married for 10 years and share four children together, are said to be at breaking point over Wayne’s latest antics.
Over Superbowl weekend, the footballer was reportedly out partying with a blonde barmaid until 2:30am and Coleen is said to have read him the riot act.
He was spotted on a boozy bar crawl in Florida, where he met up with pretty barmaid Vicki Rosiek in Florida’s Clearwater Beach.
His wife and children were at home 900 miles away as Wayne was seen drinking at 4.20pm and partying on until the early hours.
At one point the dad of four hopped into Vicki’s car with her to another bar, then spent the next couple of hours knocking back shots with her.
It comes just 18 months after Wayne nearly broke their marriage for good when he was caught drink-driving the car of a woman he picked up in a club.
He and Laura Simpson had spent the evening together drinking and chatting before leaving in her Beetle.
But Wayne was caught behind the wheel of her car almost three times over the limit and was handed a two-year driving ban, 120 hours of community work and £300,000 in fines from Everton FC.
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