Natasha Giggs dons pastel hotpants for night out with Frankie Cocozza

   Mar 10, 1:36 pm

London, Mar 10 (ANI): Natasha Giggs, for whom spring seems to have set in while everybody else is still shivering in their winter coats, stepped out in a colourful, pastel-hued ensemble on Friday night to party in Bolton with her former 'Celebrity big Brother' housemate Frankie Cocozza.

The 29-year-old, who had an eight-year illicit affair with her footballer brother-in-law Ryan Giggs, wore a pale blue shirt with tiny pink hotpants and towering blue platform heels for the night out at J2 nightclub.

The mother-of-two added hot pink lipstick and heavy false eyelashes to complete the look.

Inside the venue, she cosied up to her old co-star, even tweeting a picture of them writing "I jus LOVE this lad!"

Earlier in the evening, she filled followers in on her preparations for the night.

"Make up on, wine poured, hair in rollers, music playin.... Waitin for the girls to arrive! It's on...!!!" the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting.

Despite declaring that she was going to focus on repairing her broken marriage with Rhodri following her stint in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house last year, Natasha has spent a good deal of time partying with her co-stars. (ANI)

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