Penny Lancaster nails country chic to ring in her 51st birthday with a VERY playful Rod Stewart, 77, at day one of the Cheltenham Festival
Penny Lancaster rang in her 51st birthday in style as she stepped out alongside her husband Rod Stewart on Tuesday.
The couple pulled out all the stops as they joined revellers to attend Cheltenham Festival for the opening day of the four-day event.
Penny looked quintessentially English as she nailed Country chic in corduroy trousers and a checked blazer for her outing.
Stylish: Penny Lancaster looked quintessentially English as she nailed country chic to ring in her 51st birthday with Rod Stewart, 77, at Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday
The model opted for a colour-blocked look as she donned shades of tan for her fashionable ensemble.
Underneath her jacket she added a knitted sweater and a crisp white shirt that peaked out at the sleeves.
Penny completed her outfit with a practical pair of knee high leather boots and a matching weaved belt.
Fun-filled! The couple pulled out all the stops as they joined revellErs to attend the opening of the four-day event
To accessorise, she tied a patterned burgundy scarf around her neck and layered over a long delicate gold necklace.
She wore her blonde locks in an effortless blow dry as she perched a pair of aviator sunglasses on her head.
Rod put on a dapper display in a checked waistcoat with cream chinos and a beige wool coat.
Suave: Rod put on a dapper display in a checked waistcoat with a matching blazer, cream chinos and a beige wool coat
Celebrations: Penny posed for a selfie with some friends as she celebrated her big day
Posing for the sweet snap in front of Rod’s lavish car, he penned: ‘Happy Birthday darling, let’s get a winner.’
Other VIPs included the Queen’s grandchildren Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, and Zara’s husband Mike.
Fashion designer Jade Holland Cooper, James Haskell and pregnant Chloe Madeley and Richard Hammond were also present.
Fashionable: Penny looked quintessentially English as she nailed Country chic in corduroy trousers and a checked blazer for her outing
Big day: Posing for the sweet snap in front of Rod’s lavish car, he penned: ‘Happy Birthday darling, let’s get a winner’
The high-spirited event, a highlight of the British racing calendar, is welcoming punters for the first time since 2020 after the pandemic forced organisers to hold last year’s event behind closed doors.
The famous festival was one of the last major sporting events to be held with spectators before lockdown in March 2020.
It was accused of being a Covid super-spreader event, with a number of famous faces including Andrew Parker Bowles, comedian Lee Mack and footballer Charlie Austin all contracting the virus.
Over the next four days, as many as 250,000 horse racing enthusiasts are set to descend on the Gloucestershire course.
VIP: Richard Hammond sported a khaki suit and fedora hat as he made a dapper appearance
Celebrity arrivals: James Haskell and pregnant Chloe Madeley (left)put on stylish displays as they stepped out for the event