Coleen Rooney gets mould of baby bump to display on sitting room wall
Many women are glad to see the back of their pregnancy, but Coleen Rooney has decided to have a plaster cast mould of her baby bump hung upon her sitting room wall.
The mum-of-three shared a photograph of the ornament on her Twitter page, weeks after welcoming her youngest son Kit with husband Wayne Rooney.
“Love my baby bump cast and photos,” she wrote, sharing a picture of the mould, which is decorated with pictures of her pregnancy scans.
Coleen, who is already mum to Kai (6) and Klay (2) had the mould created by Liverpool-based photographer Jocelyn Conway.
The mum caused a stir last week when she revealed that she had her placenta turned into capsules after giving birth to Kit.
Coleen shared a photograph of the pills on her Twitter account, which were provided by a placenta encapsulation specialist after she welcomed her third son last month.
“Looking forward to starting my capsules from Placenta Plus,” Coleen tweeted.
The placenta is an organ, which is attached to both the baby by the umbilical cord, and also the wall of the uterus. It allows oxygen and nutrients to pass from the mother to the baby throughout the pregnancy.
The controversial service is similar to one used by Kim Kardashian, who ingested her placenta after welcoming North and Saint West.
However, Coleen said that she did not know the reality star opted to transform her placenta into capsules also.
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