Coleen Rooney gushes over baby Cass Mac,She welcomed son Cass Mac into the world in February.
And Coleen Rooney continued to show off her adorable family addition to her 1.3m Twitter followers on Friday.
The mother-of-four, 31, posted the heart-melting black and white snap – taken by photographer Jocelyn Conway – on the micro-blogging site, which saw the tiny tot swaddled in cloth while sound asleep.
The youngster seemed unaware of his photo shoot as he curled up while sweetly laying his head on his hands with the cloth lightly wrapped around him.
Mum-of-five Coleen captioned the heart-melting tweet ‘Our Boy…. love the pictures @Photojos’.
Fans took to the social media site to congratulate the wife of footballer Wayne Rooney, 32, on their newborn, with one jubilant fan writing: ‘What a lovely baby. You are truly blessed. Treasure him Coleen because you will blink and he will be a grown up.’
Another tweeted: ‘What a beautiful photo, gorgeous little boy’, while a third commented: ‘How gorgeous Colleen you must be so proud of all four of your boys’.
Noticing his layer of dark baby hair, one fan jokingly wrote: ‘More hair than his dad’, referring to Wayne’s hair transplant at 25 years old in 2011.
Coleen and Wayne are already doting parents to eight-year-old Kai, Klay, four, and Kit, two.
Coleen originally announced the news of Cass’ birth on Twitter by posting a photo of herself and the tot in hospital, captioned: ‘So Happy to welcome our Baby Boy …. Cass Mac Rooney into the world weighing a healthy 8lb 10oz. He is beautiful.’
In the black and white image, Coleen looked lovingly at her baby, while wearing nightwear emblazoned with a butterfly design.
Looking naturally beautiful, Coleen smiled with contentment as her baby lay under her clothing for that precious skin-on-skin contact.
Wayne, 32, and Coleen have gone from strength to strength after recently repairing their nine year marriage, after it was rocked by cheating scandals during the pregnancy.
It was on Facebook, just three months ago, that Coleen was forced to issue a statement about the status of her marriage, saying she ‘thought it might have been at an end’.