Michael Owen attended Ladies’ Day, a family affair, at jewellery brand Boodle’s Chester competition on Thursday.
The former England and Liverpool hero, 42, joined his beautiful wife Louise and beautiful daughter Gemma, 19, on the second day of May Day.
The former footballer waved to fans as he entered the pitch, while his childhood sweetheart Louise looked radiant in a white dress while Gemma looked stunning in a navy blue bodysuit .
Louise showed off her fashion sense in a chic low-cut midi dress with lace detailing, while she boosted her height with a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps.
She framed her face with brown lens sunglasses, while adding a designer flair with a Louis Vuitton clutch.
The couple’s eldest daughter, Gemma, grabbed attention by showing off her plump figure in a frilly miniskirt.
The content creator, who is also Team Great Britain’s dressage champion, stole the show when she showed up in the spring sun wearing a pair of lace-up sandals.
Earlier this year, Gemma hit back at claims her famous father funded her new bikini business, insisting “I did it myself”.
Last week, she launched her first OG beachwear collection, which featured sizzling shots of the fashionista, who is also Team Great Britain’s dressage champion, modelling a bikini.
The feedback she received was mostly positive, but some trolls claimed Gemma was just “another rich footballer’s kid living off his father’s money” – an accusation she vehemently denied.
Stunner: Gemma (pictured) launched her first OG beachwear collection last week, featuring sizzling shots of the fashionista, she’s also Team UK dressage champion, model bikini
In her first interview with MailOnline in March, Gemma said: “I get negative comments and bad news a lot.
“When I’m good at dressage, I’ll get comments like, ‘You’re doing well just because daddy bought you an expensive horse’, and then when I try to start my own business, I’ll Get ‘you’re using dad’s’ money.”
“It’s constant, but I want to make it clear to people that this is not an open wallet with a commercial aspect.
“I got some money for a birthday present, and that was my budget. I ran out of it quickly, and there were so many things I wanted to do with the brand, but now I have to wait for the money to come back.
“I’m lucky, but I would say my dad isn’t actually… strict, but he’s pretty tough. He said it’s your budget and I’m not going to fund it.