Glamorous racegoers don eye-catching outfits for final day of Royal Ascot
Glamorous racers put their best foot forward and don eye-catching outfits for the final day of Royal Ascot
- Race goers arrived at the famed Berkshire track today, dressed in proper attire for Royal Ascot’s fifth day
- Saturday marks the final episode of the five-day, community-favorite horse racing event
- The staple of the summer season has largely returned to its pre-pandemic glory – with zero Covid restrictions on revelers and a more relaxed dress code in the main spectator area now in effect
Glamorous racers were caught donning lavish outfits when they arrived on day five of Royal Ascot today.
Guests were photographed wearing eye-catching outfits featuring a rainbow of colors as they made the most of the sun during the final day of the races.
Society’s five-day favorite event has returned to its pre-pandemic extravagance, after restrictions saw it being restrained in 2020 and 2021.
And so far, attendees have shown their appreciation for the return of the races, donning haute couture finery and some show-stopping fashion items for their big days out.
Although today is Royal Ascot’s last day, the guests still wanted to make their mark and put on eye-catching outfits
Best leg ahead: These guys opted for strappy heels when they went to the Berkshire Racecourse for the last day
Despite the rain forecast, these racers managed to look positive and keep a smile on their faces – donning spring looks
Despite the heat wave earlier in the week, Saturday saw the skies open and racers snapped while holding umbrellas
Umbrellas were brought out as attendees struggled to keep the drizzle off their carefully curated outfits
The five-day event has seen a number of high profile attendees, including senior royals such as Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Kate Middleton, 40, also appeared on Ascot this year, along with husband Prince William, 39.
Despite having horses in multiple events, the Queen did not attend society’s favorite event, due to ongoing mobility issues.