Arabella Chic cut a very stylish figure in pricey designer wear as she was spotted stepping out in Manchester on Thursday.
The former Love Island star, 32, wrapped up from the winter chill in a furry white Balenciaga Aviator jacket, which retails for £2,600.
Arabella layered her chic coat over black workout gear and trainers, with a £395 Celine baseball cap to complete the ensemble.
Arabella also donned a cross-body handbag and carried a £2,500 Christian Dior Tote as she ran errands in the city.
It comes after Arabella was seen for the first time last week after being subject to a car robbery which made her feel ‘physically sick’.
Chic: Arabella Chic, 32, cut a very stylish figure in pricey designer wear as she was spotted stepping out in Manchester on Thursday
Chic: The former Love Island star wrapped up from the winter chill in a furry white Balenciaga Aviator jacket, which retails for £2,600
She was travelling back from Ibiza with her father Paul when the incident happened after they took a ferry to Barcelona. The men slashed the tyres of her £60,000 car and took her designer handbag, purse and passports.
She told The Sun of the terrifying experience: ‘Reliving it all I feel physically sick.
‘It was so scary and I’ve been having nightmares about being dragged out of bed, just like I was from the car…
‘I was petrified when it happened, but now I know they’d been watching us and waiting to attack us, it is even more horrible to think about.’
She said the criminals slashed the tyres while they were waiting at traffic lights after exiting the ferry and when they got out with an electric pump four men approached them.
Arabella thought they were being kind but they were actually checking out the car to see if there was anything valuable in it.
Busy bee: Arabella also donned a cross-body handbag and carried a £2,500 Christian Dior Tote as she ran errands in the city
Scary: Arabella was recently dragged from her car and attacked by two men from an organised crime group in a scary incident (pictured at a photoshoot)
After the pumping failed her dad went off to get help and she stayed in the car when the attackers approached, unlocked the car with a device and dragged her out.
Arabella said: ‘Hearing the doors unlock makes me feel sick. I was terrified. This man was grabbing my arm and pulling me out.’
She then made so much of a fuss and noise that they left but she was left fearing they would return with more people.
‘I rang my dad and was screaming and crying my eyes out. I was petrified. That is what I find so scary, I don’t know what they would have done if they’d have come back.’
Once her dad returned they realised Arabella’s bag containing their passports and cash had been stolen by the second man while the one grabbing her had distracted her.
She says she’s since had nightmares and trouble sleeping and told how she won’t ever do that drive again and if she does she will take a different route.
She is now recuperating at home with her family and friends around her.
Terrified: Arabella was travelling back from Ibiza with her father Paul (pictured) when the incident happened after they took a ferry to Barcelona