An uneasy compromise was reached between UK authorities and the European Union yesterday over the extent of Coleen Rooney's bosom.
Following the publication of pictures of the Rooneys on holiday in Dubai, speculation about whether Coleen's breasts were bigger than usual has been rife.
The issue has created tension between the UK and EU. Commissioners at the EU wanted to send an inspection team to weigh the bosom up, but the UK is insisting the Rooney bust is a matter of national sovereignty.
And while David Cameron was arguing with the EU over the budget, the argument could not have come at worse time.
But late last night both parties agreed a compromise.
Said a UK spokesman: "We're glad to say that we have reached an amicable agreement.
"When Ms Rooney arrives in the UK, she will be invited to attend an interview with HM Bosom Inspection Unit and she will be asked if she minds if EU inspectors attend.
"As she is not expected to enter EU territory other than the UK, all parties feel this is the sensible course to follow.
"The inspection will be in private."