Tamara Ecclestone signs for delivery in dressing gown and gold stilettos

   May 6, 3:21 pm

London, May 6 (ANI): Tamara Ecclestone was spotted answering the door to a delivery man recently in a pair of gold peep-toe Louboutin stilettos.

Onlookers might have been forgiven for thinking that the F1 heiress was going out, except she was wearing a short white dressing gown rather than a glamorous dress.

The 27-year-old socialite looked rather tanned against the cupcake-emblazoned garment and also had pink Sleep-In-Rollers in her hair, which are a brand favoured by Coleen Rooney and stars of 'TOWIE' and 'Desperate Scousewives'.

The daughter of racing mogul Bernie Ecclestone appeared to be in the early stages of applying her make up, but her fingernails were painted a bright coral.

The 'Billion Dollar Girl' star couldn't stop grinning as she signed for the parcel and even brought her dog out with her to do so.

The cute pooch was also wearing a white dressing gown and looked rather sleepy in Tamara's arms.

Apparently, Tamara was actually expecting a parcel that she was excited about receiving.

"Can't wait for my @butterflytwists to arrive no more bare feet after a night out!" the Daily Mail quoted her as tweeting on Wednesday.

Despite her love of heels, Butterfly Twists are foldable footwear that women can take on a night out and change into when they can no longer bear their heels.

However, the delivery on Thursday was highly unlikely to have been the shoes as Tamara was seen being handed a brown envelope. (ANI)

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