Coleen Rooney showed the ladies of Britain how racing day dressing really should be done, as she attended the Grand National in a seriously chic little pink dress.
With the Aintree fashion consensus characterised by lashings of fake tan, thigh-skimming hemlines, garish prints and a indecent amount of cleavage, Mrs Rooney stood out like a style beacon amongst the fashion faux pas, in a pretty pink dress, belted at the waist.
The WAG, who is rumoured to be pregnant with her first child, arrived to present the weekend's best dressed award, but could have raced away with the prize herself for her elegant ensemble, which she accessorised with a pair of Christian Louboutin peep-toe heels and a black feathered fascinator.
The outfit was a vast improvement on her first attempt at racing day dressing this weekend. On Friday, she arrived in a Roberto Cavalli technicolour maxi dress, in a loud garish print.
Perhaps an attempt to hide a burgeoning baby bump, the OTT frock allowed Mrs Rooney's style credentials to suffer a serious nosedive.