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Aintree ladies twerk on tables at KFC as they ramp up the party ahead of Ladies DayAintree ladies seemed to take their party beyond the races after they were filmed dancing on tables in KFC. Women in summer dresses and high heels were seen partying away in the fast food restaurant to popular dance hit This Girl by Kungs. Niall Hackett posted the footage at around 7pm yesterday, with the caption: WTF is going on in KFC Aintree? People are seen laughing away and throwing their hands in the air in the shor

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f Ladies Day at Aintree today. Women in summer dresses and high heels were seen partying away (Image: @niallhackett09/Twitter) Niall Hackett posted the footage at around 7pm yesterday, with the caption: WTF is going on in KFC Aintree? (Ima

ge: @niallhackett09/Twitter) As the event got underway today, women dazzled in colourful dresses and hats in every shape and size – all going the extra mile in a bid to win the prize for best dressed. Sunshine and soaring temperatures helped the carnival atmosphere at the iconic Merseyside racecourse, with more than 50,000 spectators expected to attend. Read MoreRelated ArticlesWho is the Grand National 2017 favourite? All you need to know ahead of Aintree showpiece Racegoers made the most of the warm weather (Image: SWNS - Leeds SWNS.com) A 35,000 prize is up for grabs today (Image: REUTERS) Read MoreAintree Ladies Day 2018What time is Ladies Day at Aintree?Ladies Day tipsLadies Day 2017 fashionFollow Grand National LIVE The annual Ladies Day style award remains in place and the best dressed lady will win a Range Rover Evoque worth 35,000 and a hamper from Barbara Daley Hair Beauty. According to the Jockey Club, which owns the course, there is no official dress code, but smart is preferable and is often adopted. A statement said: Aintree is a spectacle of colour

throughout the year, with many using their trip to the racecourse as an opportunity to showcase their favourite raceday outfits. Hats are optional too, but are frequently worn. Sports clothes and fancy

dress are not permitted for The Randox Health Grand National Festival. Hundreds of ladies were waiting as the gates opened (Image: PA) More than 50,000 are expected to turn out (Image: PA) A range of styles were on show (Image: PA) Full-length gowns

have been all the rage so far today (Image: PA) Armed officers, extra screening checks and a ban on unauthorised vehicles entering the site have been put in place as security is stepped up in the wake of recent terror attacks around the globe. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now But despite the heightened security measures, police insist there is no specific threat against the event. Claire Richard, chief superintendent of Merseyside Police, said: Merseyside Police constantly reviews its staffing levels for any large-scale public events and as normal racegoers can e

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y policing across the three days of the event. Gates opened at 10.30am this morning (Image: David Sims/WENN.com) Extra security checks are being carried out on cars as racegoers arrive (Image: PA) Armed officers have formed a ring of steel around the course (Image: LIVERPOOL ECHO) They may also see an armed presence but I want to reassure them that this is not in response to any direct threat aimed at the festival but just as a visible

reassurance for the thousands of people who will come through the gates over the three days. A spokesman for the force added: Racegoers should expect to undergo a series of security checks, including bag and transport searches and badge checks. “Only pre-booked vehicles will be allowed onto the Aintree site and there are restrictions on parking around the course which will be rigorously enforced.” Read MoreGrand National 2019Tiger Rolls wins historic Grand NationalPrize money revealedUp For Review dies following fallWhere YOUR horse finished in the raceHow are all the horses following race?Course map and famous fences explainedRathvindens virtual win

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