Other fans also pondered why the couple hadn't chosen to continue their tradition of "K" names with the new arrival.
Wayne and Colleen Rooney have announced the birth of their fourth child - and yes, it's another boy.
Colleen made the announcement on Twitter in the early hours of this morning, revealing that Cass Mac Rooney was born weighing 8lb 10oz.
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While Coleen is definitely outnumbered by the lads, she previously told Metro.co.uk that she wasn't desperate for a daughter.
The exciting family news comes just three months after Coleen admitted she was pondering the end of her marriage.
'I had my little sister Rosie but I did like being one of the only girls in the house, and it's the same now.
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Speculation over the pair's marital status had been rife since Wayne was pulled over for drink driving following a night out in September previous year. "He is attractive", she wrote. Also a few people are probably thinking am stupid for staying in my marriage. "If I didn't then I wouldn't be trying to make it work". But one thing I do know is that too much alcohol on a night out is a risky and a lot of stupid mistakes are made and things are said under the influence.
She penned, 'Before the headlines start.... I would never trust ANYONE who has had a lot of alcohol, it changes some people drastically'.
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