Coleen Rooney was back in black as she made her Aintree Races return to watch the Grand National on Saturday.
Style icon and wife of former Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney Coleen has become known as the Queen of Aintree for her races fashion statements in recent years.
And, after missing last year’s Aintree for the first time in over a decade, Coleen returned on Saturday with another bold look – choosing to go for an entirely black ensemble teamed with strappy silver heels.
Cheshire-based Coleen was joined by her son Kai in a dapper blue suit as she enjoyed the final day of the Grand National in glorious sunshine, fresh from her own sunshine break to Dubai.
But she laughed off national headlines claiming she had a “fake tan fail” with tan lines on her feet – tweeting after the races: “Sorry no fake tan on me!!! Must have had my shoes on in Dubai… All real”.
Coleen wore her hair slicked back into a tight ponytail, wearing statement bling silver earrings to match her striking draped black gown with heavy choker detail.
She enjoyed the day with family and friends while her hubby Wayne was in action for Everton playing in his team’s 1-1 draw away at Swansea.
She wasn’t the only star out for the world’s most famous horse race, with Bolton comedy star Paddy McGuinness joining the revels with his glamorous wife Christine.
Real Housewives of Cheshire guest star Christine was in dazzling form in a hot pink dress as she enjoyed a day of revels back in her hometown with her hubby.
She tweeted: “Fabulous day, always great to be back in Liverpoool.”
Also among stars at Saturday’s event was I’m a Celebrity heart-throb Jamie Lomas alongside his Manc pals Scott Thomas, Brad Howard and Matt Peacock. The lads were all strutting their stuff in a Jacamo fashion show at the Red Rum garden and looking in dapper form.
For Love Island star Scott and X Factor’s Brad it was also a return to their modelling roots – and they were rocking their best Blue Steel poses for the occasion.
Scott said: “This is the first time we’ve ever done a catwalk together, and we were actually pretty nervous you know. But the crowds at Aintree have been great cheering us on.”
The Grand National was won by Tiger Roll after a dramatic photo finish on Saturday afternoon.