Celebrities such as Charlotte Hawkins, Mike and Zara Tindall descended onto Prestbury Park with splash of green incorporated into their outfits on Thursday, as Day 3 of The Cheltenham Festival coincided with St Patrick’s Day
The Good Morning Britain star, 46, embraced St Patrick’s Day on Thursday, by wearing a chic green ensemble for the festivities at Cheltenham Racecourse.
Other celebrities such as Love Island’s Chris Hughes and Coronation Street stars Alan Halsall and Mikey North also made an appearance in stylish suits at Prestbury Park.
Charlotte posed for pictures as she entered the grounds, looking incredibly chic in green mid-length dress and matching fascinator.
The presenter – who is an avid horse racing fan and is a key member of the ITV Racing team – completed her look with some stylish brown knee-high boots and a long tailored coat.
After entering the racecourse, Charlotte and her colleague caught up with daughter of Anne, Princess Royal, and British equestrian Zara Tindall – who attended the festival with husband Mike Tindall.
Soap stars Alan, 39, and Mikey, 35, also scrubbed up well for the much-loved horse racing event – posing for snaps together by one of the courses.
Alan – who plays Tyronne Dobbs on the ITV soap – cut a cool figure in a three-piece suit and sunglasses, as his co-star Mikey posed alongside him in an eye-catching chequered ensemble.
Also in attendance was former Love Island star and racing enthusiast Chris Hughes, who has forged a career for himself in the horse racing industry in recent years.
The reality TV star, 29, looked dapper as he ditched the traditional shirt-and-tie in favour of a wool roll-neck on Thursday.
Chris – who hails from Cheltenham -teamed his dark blue knit wear with a tweed three-piece suit and smart over jacket for his day out at the races.
Some celebrities have been striking it lucky at the race festival throughout the week – with former Made In Chelsea star Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo winning £37,500 on the first day of the annual event.
Toff beat the bookies on Tuesday, after staking a whopping £5,000 on the opening run of the day at Prestbury Park.
The former I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! winner split her bet with £2,500 on Constitution Hill to win the Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and Jonbon to finish second at 14-1, with returns of the £37,500.
She forked out another £2,500 on Jonbon to pass the post followed by Constitution Hill at 18-1 which would have seen her win £47,500.
“OH MY GOD beginners luck,” Georgia exclaimed on Twitter, sharing a snap of her winning ticket.
The reality TV star then pledged to make a “generous donation” to two charities; British Red Cross and The Disasters Emergency Committee.
She then had to clarify what she meant by ‘beginner’s luck’, after many Twitter users pointed out she was offering betting advice on Ladbrokes channel just a few months ago – explaining she was referring to it being the opening race.
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