Tanya Bardsley puts on a VERY busty display at Christian Louboutin store opening in Manchester

Tanya Bardsley puts on a VERY busty display in a plunging black dress as she joins stars at Christian Louboutin store opening in Manchester

Tanya Bardsley put on a very busty display at the Christian Louboutin store opening in Manchester’s Trafford Centre on Tuesday.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 41, joined stars to celebrate the brand with an intimate dinner at nearby Peter Street Kitchen.

Tanya slipped into a plunging black frock for the occasion which hugged every inch of her jaw-dropping figure.  

Stunner: Tanya Bardsley, 41, put on a very busty display at the Christian Louboutin store opening in Manchester's Trafford Centre on Tuesday

Stunner: Tanya Bardsley, 41, put on a very busty display at the Christian Louboutin store opening in Manchester’s Trafford Centre on Tuesday

She totted her belongings in a black leather bag by the brand and strutted her stuff in towering heels – with the famous red sole. 

The reality star opted for a glamorous palette of make-up and let her brunette tresses fall across her shoulders.

The mum-of-three was joined by footballer husband Phil, 37, who looked suave in an all black ensemble. 

Incredible: The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 41, slipped into a plunging black dress for the event and joined stars to celebrate the brand with an intimate dinner

Incredible: The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 41, slipped into a plunging black dress for the event and joined stars to celebrate the brand with an intimate dinner

Lovebirds: The mum-of-three was joined by footballer husband Phil, 37, who looked suave in an all black ensemble

Lovebirds: The mum-of-three was joined by footballer husband Phil, 37, who looked suave in an all black ensemble

Their close pal and DJ Fat Tony provided the music and Tanya documented their fun-filled evening via social media.

The trio enjoyed a sumptuous dinner in the store and could be seen sitting together at a lavishly decorated table. 

Opening on the ground floor of Selfridges Trafford  the new location will specialise in men’s and women’s shoes, leather goods and accessories.

Famous friends: Their close pal and DJ Fat Tony (centre)  provided the music and Tanya documented their fun-filled evening via social media

Famous friends: Their close pal and DJ Fat Tony (centre)  provided the music and Tanya documented their fun-filled evening via social media

Pose! Tanya (L) posed up a storm with model Jessicah Davies at the invite only event

Pose! Tanya (L) posed up a storm with model Jessicah Davies at the invite only event 

It comes after Tanya spoke of the torment she suffered at the hands of cruel bullies which left her wanting to take her own life.

The television personality told how she threw herself in front of a moving car in her younger years, adding that she has tried to commit suicide three times in total.

Speaking to to Johnny Seifert on the Secure The Insecure podcast, Tanya said: ‘I tried to take my own life. I’ve tried to complete suicide three times in my younger years. Luckily, I failed every time which I’m so glad about. 

Cheeky: the DJ cheekily planted a kiss on footballer Phil's cheek

Cheeky: the DJ cheekily planted a kiss on footballer Phil’s cheek

Dinner: The trio enjoyed a sumptuous dinner in the store and could be seen sitting together at a lavishly decorated table

Hungry? Phil could be seen taking his seat

Dinner: The trio enjoyed a sumptuous dinner in the store and could be seen sitting together at a lavishly decorated table

‘But I jumped in front of a car that particular time, and I’ve managed to swerve out the way and thank God because I just dread to think what that poor guy would have gone through if he’d have hit me. 

‘I think the universe has got bigger plans for you and maybe I had to go through that, too.

‘I always think you just have to tell your story if it’s bad or good and because it can help someone somewhere. You never know.’

Pals: (L-R) Jessicah Davies, Tanya Bardsley and Luke Day

Pals: (L-R) Jessicah Davies, Tanya Bardsley and Luke Day

The television star said she was crippling shy when she was younger.

She explained how the bullying, as well as her needing to change schools often as he family moved around due to her father’s work with the army, made her feel very unsettled. 

Tanya said: ‘I was really, really shy, wouldn’t speak to anyone. And then I was really badly bullied, which I think most kids are at some point in the life, but I was really badly bullied. 

‘And then my dad was in the army, so we moved schools a lot, which I found that, because I kept having a fresh start each time, I was class clown.’

Difficult times: It comes after Tanya spoke of the torment she suffered at the hands of cruel bullies which left her wanting to take her own life

Difficult times: It comes after Tanya spoke of the torment she suffered at the hands of cruel bullies which left her wanting to take her own life

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