Coleen Rooney leads in style stakes as WAGs wow on day 2 of Aintree races

   Apr 14, 5:05 pm

London, Apr 14 (ANI): Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen, who had a whale of a time after her horse romped to victory in the first race of the year at Aintree, couldn't wait to do it all over again on day 2.

The footie star's wife dressed up in a Philip Armstrong and Tony Burke cream lace and black prom dress matched with Christian Louboutin heels.

The dress was a marked change from the previous day's outfit, which saw Coleen join her footballer hubby in a bright pink number.

The WAG finished off her outfit with a pulled back chignon bun, the Daily Express reported.

She joined hundreds of ladies dressed in their finest in the sunshine at the sold out Grand National Ladies Day.

Girls and women from all over the country flocked to the race course to parade their gladrags and style sense. (ANI)

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