Rocco Ritchie shows off his signature retro style in a tweed coat and suit as he heads to dinner

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Rocco Ritchie shows off his signature retro style in a tweed coat and suit as he steps out to dinner with a girlfriend

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He has a unique sense of style which he shows every time he steps out.

And Rocco Ritchie looked typically dapper in a smart tweed coat and coordinating suit as he dined out at Loulou’s in Mayfair on Saturday.

Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, looked in high spirits as he made his way to the private club with a girlfriend, the duo joined by other friends inside.

Looking good: Rocco Ritchie looked typically dapper in a smart tweed coat and coordinating suit as he stepped out for dinner at Loulou’s in Mayfair on Saturday

Rocco wrapped up warm against the chilly London weather in the cozy brown coat, which she wore over a striped shirt and burnt orange tie.

He added a pair of gray plaid pants, presumably worn with a matching jacket, and black suede loafers to his look.

While her brown locks were worn in her typical 1950s style.

Meanwhile, the mystery lady accompanying him was dressed to perfection in a blue leopard print coat and red lace heels.

Evening: Madonna and Guy Ritchie's son, 21, looked in good spirits as he headed to the private club with a girlfriend, with the duo joined by other friends inside

Evening: Madonna and Guy Ritchie’s son, 21, looked in good spirits as he headed to the private club with a girlfriend, with the duo joined by other friends inside

Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that mysterious up-and-coming artist Rhed, who was championed by Madonna, was none other than Rocco himself.

The 63-year-old Queen of Pop shares Rocco with ex-husband Guy Ritchie and eldest son at quietly settled down as an expressionist painter under the name ‘Rhed’ with three exhibitions at the Chelsea Art Gallery, Tanya Baxter Contemporary, since 2018.

Ritchie – who turns heads with his retro fashion sense – started his career aged 17 – studying at Central Saint Martins and the Royal Drawing School and his work now sells in the five figures.

The Like A Prayer hitmaker reunited with Rocco during his family’s ski vacation in what is believed to be Switzerland earlier this month.

Revelation: Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that mysterious up-and-coming artist Rhed, who was championed by Madonna, was none other than Rocco himself (pictured together on a recent ski trip)

Revelation: Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that mysterious up-and-coming artist Rhed, who was championed by Madonna, was none other than Rocco himself (pictured together on a recent ski trip)

She subtitle the snap: ‘I know a lot of fancy words, I test them with my heart and my tongue…then I pray’ as she posed with Rocco, 21, during a festive stroll.

Madonna misquoted Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver’s Six Gratitudes to the Lord: “I know a lot of fancy words, I tear them out of my heart and out of my tongue. So I pray.

The Like A Prayer hitmaker looked typically glamorous in a black padded snowsuit, hat and sunglasses as she linked arms with her eldest son.

Rocco wore a suede jacket and jeans as he beamed for the camera while chatting with his mother.

Rocco’s secret life as an acclaimed artist was exposed last month by page 6.

‘This kid is making things happen’: The Queen of Pop’s eldest son, 63, has quietly established himself as an expressionist painter under the name ‘Rhed’ (pictured with buyer Jerrod Blandino on 15 December)

His biography on the website of London’s Tanya Baxter Contemporary gallery states: “Rhed is an emerging young artist from a diverse and unconventional cultural background.

“His childhood was spent between New York and London, which gave him an eclectic and diverse artistic journey.

“Societal conflicts such as the obsession with social media, the fixation of celebrities and labels and generational issues such as drug addiction and depression are subjects he tackles in a coded way.

“It’s almost as if the artist is using the paintings to speak out for millennials who have overdosed on a toxic society.”

His first exhibition at the gallery in July 2018 saw his works hailed as having hints of Banksy.

A selection of his paintings: Ritchie - who turns heads with his retro fashion sense - started his career at 17 - studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal Drawing School and his work now sells in five figures

A selection of his paintings: Ritchie – who turns heads with his retro fashion sense – started his career at 17 – studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal Drawing School and his work now sells in five figures

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