Coleen Rooney's mother, Colette McLoughlin, and Coleen and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney's son Kai, arrives holding a balloon that reads 'Its a baby boy' at Liverpool Women's Hospital in Liverpool, northwest England on May 21, 2013, where Coleen Rooney gave birth to her and Wayne's second son Klay in the early hours of the morning.
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Baby Klay Rooney makes photo debut with big bro
not even two days old – but we're already acquainted with Klay Rooney. His proud parents Wayne and Coleen Rooney eschewed big-money magazine deals to allow their newborn son make his picture debut on Twitter. Klay, little brother to Kai, was at home today 9:30 AM from Dublin Evening Herald Read more »
Klay Rooney and other weird and wonderful footballers' baby names
and Coleen Rooney have called their new born son, Klay, to go with their three-year-old boy Kai. We're not sure if they are big pottery fans or perhaps hoping for an endorsement deal for their 'special' little boy with a low-fat Kellogg's cereal, but they 5/21/13 from talkSPORT.co.uk Read more »
Rooney's got good news for Man United fans!
United announced on Tuesday, that their unsettled striker Wayne Rooney had become a father for the second time. Wayne and Coleen Rooney named the newborn Klay Anthony. Shortly after giving the birth, Coleen tweeted: "At 2.11am our Beautiful Son .... Klay Anthony 1:17 AM from Rediff Read more »
Wayne Rooney's baby and The K effect
May 2013 Last updated at 23:37 ET By Vanessa Barford BBC News Magazine Klay, Wayne, Kai and Coleen Rooney Footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen have called their second son Klay. The name is more usually spelt Clay. It's part of a wider trend that is 5/21/13 from BBC News Read more »
Why did Coleen Rooney name her new son Klay? Most unusual celebrity baby names
would never attach to the fruit of their loins… for the rest of your life. But what could Klay possibly mean? Boxing fan Wayne Rooney may have chosen the name Klay in homage to Cassius Clay – better known as Muhammad Ali. The name is said to mean “he who is from Mirror.co.uk Read more »