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Racegoers put their best foot forward as they arrived for the last day of Aintree today, for the first Grand National since 2019, after the event took a two-year hiatus due to Covid.

This week has seen a return to the pre-pandemic years, with racegoers coming to the course in their droves to have a flutter on the horses. 

And once again, despite the weather reports looking less than optimum, attendees poured into the race ground, including football pundit Chris Kamara.

Aintree is known for its flesh-baring outfits, and true to form, since the three-day event kicked-off on Thursday, visitors have been snapped in a range of flashy outfits including open-toed heels, lace jumpsuits, and dresses without jackets – despite the winds and maximum temperatures of 10C.  

Colourful: this racegoer opted to wear a rainbow coloured suit as he rocked up to day 3 of Aintree, showing that men can oull off bright outfits as well as the ladie

Colourful: this racegoer opted to wear a rainbow coloured suit as he rocked up to day 3 of Aintree, showing that men can oull off bright outfits as well as the ladie

Colourful: this racegoer opted to wear a rainbow coloured suit as he rocked up to day 3 of Aintree, showing that men can oull off bright outfits as well as the ladie

One guest was forced to use part of her outfit as an umbrella, holding it over her head as she shielded from the drizzle

One guest was forced to use part of her outfit as an umbrella, holding it over her head as she shielded from the drizzle

All smiles: despite the rain, these ladies looked happy to be at the event, on the final day of the three-day festival

All smiles: despite the rain, these ladies looked happy to be at the event, on the final day of the three-day festival

Despite drizzle threatening to ruin the day, some hardy racegoers seemed committed to their warm weather outfits, flaunting their legs in light skirts, and opting for open shoes

Ready to party! Racegoers showed up to the last day of Aintree today, and despite the bracing temperatures, some opted to show off their bare legs and arms in dresses and jumpsuits

Ready to party! Racegoers showed up to the last day of Aintree today, and despite the bracing temperatures, some opted to show off their bare legs and arms in dresses and jumpsuits

Ready to party! Racegoers showed up to the last day of Aintree today, and despite the bracing temperatures, some opted to show off their bare legs and arms in dresses and jumpsuits

A full-length lace bodysuit was the order of the day for one attendee, while her friend opted for a dress

A full-length lace bodysuit was the order of the day for one attendee, while her friend opted for a dress

One racegoer rather optimistically donned shades for the event - despite the grey skies

One racegoer rather optimistically donned shades for the event - despite the grey skies

A touch of drizzle wasn’t enough to encourage these women to stay inside, and they stepped out for the occasion dressed in glamorous Spring-style outfits

This couple chose to wear complementary suits, with the man adding a bit of sparkle to his look with a pair of glittery silver loafers

This couple chose to wear complementary suits, with the man adding a bit of sparkle to his look with a pair of glittery silver loafers

This couple chose to wear complementary suits, with the man adding a bit of sparkle to his look with a pair of glittery silver loafers

Time for a tipple: revellers were pictured getting into the party spirit, with pints in hand, as they wandered around the raceground

Time for a tipple: revellers were pictured getting into the party spirit, with pints in hand, as they wandered around the raceground

Time for a tipple: revellers were pictured getting into the party spirit, with pints in hand, as they wandered around the raceground 

Today was no different, with some ladies spotted baring their arms and legs, as well as optimistically opting for sunglasses, although others wrapped up more sensibly against the bracing temperatures, sporting suits and thicker jackets. 

Around 150,000 people are expected to attend the three-day festival, making it one of the largest of its kind in the world, with more than £25 million expected to be spent on bets.

And the revelry doesn’t stop there: previously the event, which is now in its 183rd year, has seen attendees down a staggering 20,000 bubbly to get into the party spirit.  

Away from the track, a further 500 million people in more than 140 countries are expected to tune in to watch the action. 

While many racegoers opted to wear muted, pastel tones, this lady chose to sport a more eye-catching look, wearing a plethora of neon tones, topped with a scarlet hat

While many racegoers opted to wear muted, pastel tones, this lady chose to sport a more eye-catching look, wearing a plethora of neon tones, topped with a scarlet hat

While many racegoers opted to wear muted, pastel tones, this lady chose to sport a more eye-catching look, wearing a plethora of neon tones, topped with a scarlet hat

Tights, a thick coat, a faux fur stole, and hat were the outfit of choice for one racegoer who seemed determined to keep warm

Tights, a thick coat, a faux fur stole, and hat were the outfit of choice for one racegoer who seemed determined to keep warm

Chris Kamara (pictured) also dressed more appropriately for the weather, adding a waistcoat for an extra layer underneath his blazer

Chris Kamara (pictured) also dressed more appropriately for the weather, adding a waistcoat for an extra layer underneath his blazer

Not everyone chose style over comfort, and some, like this racegoer (right), wrapped up against the cold in a think pink coat. Meanwhile, football pundit Chris Kamara was snapped entering the event wearing a grey three-piece suit

Another couple were snapped looking cosy, sporting tweed and sheepskin coats, ready to face today's temperatures, which are not set to exceed 9C

Another couple were snapped looking cosy, sporting tweed and sheepskin coats, ready to face today's temperatures, which are not set to exceed 9C

Another couple were snapped looking cosy, sporting tweed and sheepskin coats, ready to face today’s temperatures, which are not set to exceed 9C

The biggest competition, the 30-jump handicap steeplechase, takes place on Saturday, making today the most exciting for many racegoers. 

Less promising, however, could be the weather, after the Met office warned that today’s weather won’t be optimum for outdoor events, with top temperatures not expected to exceed 9C, and breezes predicted throughout the afternoon.

The Randox Grand National 2022, which is held at Aintree racecourse, runs from April 7 to April 9.

Source: dailymail

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