As if photographs of would-be suitors chatting Coleen, 22, up in Miami's infamous nightclubs weren't enough, she has since been photographed sunning herself in her bikini by the pool ... surrounded by more admiring men.
Coleen was spending the day recovering from her venture into Miami's nightlife the night before, enjoying a swim, some fresh fruit ... and another bottle of vino along with the attention of her admirers.
During Coleen's adventure out, the men came one after another, sidling up to make polite conversation over the blaring music and offering to buy her and her four friends from Liverpool rounds of vodka and coke.
One in particular appeared to be getting further than the rest, dancing behind Miss McLoughlin, with his hands hovering over her hips as she flings her arms in the air.
But ultimately, she was not for tempting just eight weeks before she marries Rooney – who was in action for Manchester United today against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge – in a £3million wedding on the Italian Riviera.
The group had eaten at the fashionable Table 8 restaurant on Miami's South Beach before taking a white stretch Hummer limousine to the Mansion nightclub, where they dodged a long queue to enter by the VIP entrance and dance in the VIP section of the venue.
Inside, Coleen chatted with several admiring men who seemed to feel that with Rooney on the other side of the Atlantic, the coast was clear for an approach.
After days of wearing tiny bikinis by the pool, the Closer magazine columnist opted for a silk bandeau jumpsuit and seven-inch patent high-heels.
Among the group of six is Rooney's cousin Claire, who will be maid of honour at the couple's June wedding near Genoa, northern Italy.
In wedding banns posted at Crewe register office ahead of their June celebration, Coleen surprised the media community by describing herself as a 'journalist'.
Presumably she had been referring to her weekly column in Closer magazine, Welcome To My World.
Such journalism included her disclosure this week that she would not be renewing her contract with Asda, although Asda said the decision was theirs, and that she recently wore a Topshop dress to watch Wayne play at Old Trafford.
In the banns, Wayne perhaps predictably described himself as a 'proffesional footballer', adding in a further 'f' when there is not usually one, and omitting an 's'.
The rights to the wedding have been sold to a glossy magazine for £2.5million.