After her husband Wayne Rooney signed with a US football team, she jetted off to America with their three boys in tow.

And now Coleen Rooney has been celebrating a huge milestone since the family’s move across the pond, as kids Kai, eight, Klay, five, and Kit, two, headed off for their first day of school yesterday.

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Taking to Instagram with a snapshot of the big day, Coleen and Wayne’s boys can be seen dressed in their adorable uniforms.

While eldest Kai and Klay posed in their blue polo shirts and shorts, little ‘un Kit was in a yellow shirt and tracksuit bottoms ahead of pre-school.

Alongside the cute picture of the trio, Coleen wrote, “First Day for my Boys at School in America 💙💙💙”.

And it didn’t take long for the star’s 724k followers to comment on the pics, as one wrote, “Aww beautiful little guys”.

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“Adorable. Best of luck in the States”, said another, while a third said, “Best of luck to you and your family in America”.

And a fourth added, “How lovely for them. Hope there first day went well 😘”.

This comes after Coleen took to social media with another sweet photo on Monday posing with her hubby Wayne and their four sons — including seven-month-old Cass.

Holding her baby in her arms while having a giggle with her eldest son, Coleen, 32, and the rest of the brood can be seen cuddling up in a restaurant.

“Hard work to get a 📸 but at least we’re all back together! ❤”, the telly star wrote next to the adorable post.

The family moved to the US this summer after 32-year-old Wayne signed to Washington’s DC United.

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A source close to the couple recently revealed that although the former England player will be staying Stateside for three years, Coleen and the boys will be coming home sooner.

“Coleen will leave after two years so Kai can start senior school in the UK”, the insider told The Mirror.

“Wayne stays the last year in D.C. on his own.”