Inside Emma Willis' birthday celebrations for husband Matt as stars dress up as Grease characters for drive-in party

EMMA Willis celebrated husband Matt's 38th birthday with a Grease themed bash at a drive-in cinema.

The couple were joined by celebrity pals Tom and Giovanna Fletcher as they watched the iconic 70s flick.

Documenting the celebrations on Instagram, the foursome were seen wearing Grease inspired outfits for the evening.

Matt and Tom opted for leather jackets, while Emma and Giovanna dressed up as the Pink Ladies.

The gang appeared in good spirits as they danced and sang the night away.

At one point, Emma and Matt posed for a sweet photo while sitting on their car.

Alongside a shot of the four together, Tom shared: "Happy birthday @mattjwillis who isn’t actually dressed as a T-Bird, he’s just that frickin’ cool."

Meanwhile, I'm A Celebrity winner Giovanna cosied up for a shot alongside her hubby in the car.

She said: "Only waiting to watch one of the best movies ever at the drive in to celebrate @mattjwillis’ birthday!!! Whoop whooooooop!!"

The event marked a week of celebrations for the Willis family.

Earlier this week, the couple celebrated daughter Trixie's fifth birthday.

Emma and Matt are doting parents to Isabelle, 11, Ace, nine, and Trixie.

The couple rarely share photos of their children, but the mum-of-three was clearly feeling reflective on the day.

Alongside an intimate snap of herself cradling her newborn daughter after giving birth, she wrote: "My little Trix is five today…"

The former model also shared a spectacular fruit arrangement of various fruit kebabs sticking out of a pineapple over which she wrote: "I feel like I'm five again."

She went on to post a picture of Trixie-Grace’s impressive birthday cake, which was covered in cartoon dogs – and Matt could be spotted wearing a ‘Dad’ t-shirt in the background.

The McBusted bassist married Emma in 2008 in a lavish ceremony at Rushton Hall, Northamptonshire.

The married pair are now volunteering with St John Ambulance in support of the coronavirus vaccination programme.

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