The queen today broke with her royal blue tradition when she wore a beautiful dove-gray coat and floral silk dress with accents of lemon yellow on Ladies & Day on Ascot.
The prince, 93, arrived before the afternoon of racing in an open car with her son Prince Andrew, Duke of York, 59, daughter Princess Anne, 69, and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence.
After wearing traditional light blue for the last two days of the meeting, Queen Elizabeth II opted for a departure from her usual bright color palette and completed her look with a pleated hat with blue flowers and a striking flower brooch with complimenting yellow diamonds, which was a gift from the Sultan of Oman.
She coordinated perfectly with her daughter, the Princess Royal, who looked elegant in a light green ensemble with a subtle nod to the yellow theme of her mother in her accessories.
They were followed in the second carriage by Princess Eugenie, 29, who wore a beautiful forest-green dress with a hat from the MacLaren bundle with a striking rotating spring.
The queen today broke with her royal blue tradition when she wore a beautiful dove-gray coat and floral silk dress with accents of lemon yellow on Ladies & Day on Ascot
The monarch wore her characteristic pearls and white gloves, as well as a stylish pleated hat with nail flowers that came out of the brim
The queen waves to the cheering Royal Ascot crowd as she comes to the Berkshire racecourse in a traditional carriage
The monarch was joined in her carriage by her daughter, Princess Anne, who looked elegant in a light green ensemble with a subtle nod to the yellow theme of her mother in her accessories
Queen Elizabeth, 93, arrived for the afternoon of racing in an open car with her son Prince Andrew, Duke of York, 59, daughter Princess Anne, 69, and her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence
The monarch was accompanied by Mr. James Fellowes, who founded the Bridge of Hope charity initiative, which helps people who have fallen from the career ladder, and the viscount and viscount Brookeborough.
The third and last carriage wore a grinning Zara and Mike Tindall, with the queen's granddaughter beautifully in a blue-green dress by Claire Mischevani and a complimenting carved hat by London fashionist Juliette Botterill.
They were accompanied by Peter and Autumn Phillips, who looked dazzling in a floral dress by Claire Mischevani and an ivory cocktail hat from Bee Smith.
With the hint in the name, Royal Ascot is hugely popular with the monarchy and Her Majesty has participated every year since the rise of the throne – and this year was no exception.
After being forced to beat a brolly yesterday, the queen will have been relieved that the heavy rain has cleared up and been replaced by glorious sunshine.
The third and last carriage wore a grinning Zara Tindall, dressed in a carved hat by London fashionist Juliette Botterill, next to her sister-in-law Autumn Phillips, on the right
Both Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall chose similar shades, with Eugenie to attract forest greenery and Zara a teal ensemble by Claire Mischevani
Princess Eugenie smiled when she arrived with Mr. James Fellowes and The Viscount and Viscountess Brookeborough
No umbrella needed today! Yesterday's heavy rain was a distant memory when the queen stared at the crowd in the sunlight
With the hint in the name, Royal Ascot is hugely popular with the monarchy and Her Majesty has participated every year since the rise of the throne – and this year was no exception. On the photo: the queen and princess Anne, left and Zara Tindall, right
Royal Ascot Ladies Day is one of the most glamorous occasions in the British social calendar and racegoers certainly did not disappoint when they descended this morning on the Berkshire racecourse for the third day of the meeting.
Newlywed Lady Gabriella Windsor, who had made the knot at Windsor Castle last month, was among the controversial faces spotted in the crowd when she arrived on the arm of the new husband Thomas Kingston.
Model Abbey Clancy, who was present at her footballing husband Peter Crouch, led the glamor in a rugged midi dress, while Judy Murray opted for a classic blue fur dress.
Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer and Victoria actress Nell Hudson were also on hand to participate in the fun at the racing festival.
The full spectrum of racing day style was on display, with many in the mood to take fashion risks, especially when it came to elaborate headwear.
Many revelers held their camera phones up to catch a glimpse of the royal family as they entered the Berkshire racecourse with a carriage
High quality guests: Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouch, left and newlyweds Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston
Newlyweds! Lady Gabriella Windsor and new husband Thomas Kingston beamed when they arrived at Royal Ascot today
A series of outfits could be seen on Ladies Day at Ascot today, which has a strict dress code, including a decadent Victorian hairstyle (left) and a bold red outfit (right)
She is a small teapot! A playful hat from the bundle MacLaren Millinery, left and edgy thighs were on Royal Ascot Ladies Day
Garden queens! Lystra Adams from Rugely, in Staffordshire, left, and Charlotte Ricard-Quesada, from London, at Royal Ascot
Let me make a selfie! A young woman beamed while she captured her beautiful electric blue ensemble on camera at Royal Ascot
Perfectly civilized! Bubbles and Pimms were the favorite drinks for many Royal Ascot revelers as the afternoon progressed
Florals for spring! Some racegoers opted for bright and colorful flower-specific dresses with floor length, while attracting stylish fascinators with their trendy outfits
Many racegoers put on fantastic and extravagant hats and headwear during the event
Clear and beautiful! This group of friends brought a playful explosion of colors to the events of the day at Royal Ascot
Hold your hat! Tracy Rose, from Ascot, fought to control her towering headpiece while posing for photos.
Pimms O & # 39; Clock! Drinks flowed into one of the restaurants while racegoers hung up the atmosphere at Royal Ascot
Stick to the theme! A woman in a dress with a yellow horse print on the left. Okay, a sky blue dress with metal accessories
Have fun: two police officers laughed at the cameras while they were posing with a racing race on their way to the event
Red alarm! A woman in a beautiful dress with a high-low hem, left and the party man in the Union Jack flag, arrives at Ascot
Sunny touch: a handsome man adjusted his partner's dress with a yellow tie when they arrived for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot
Blush pink beauties: a delicate veil brought a feminine touch to the left. Racecourse Alexandra Bertram, on the right, begging for a bow
Live their imagination: moons, rainbows and autumnal flower displays all came in the hats of racegoers
Here come the girls! Royal Ascot race goers didn't stop anything when it came to choosing eye-catching fashion for the day
As expected, hats where the focus of many racegoers outfits, with flowers, feathers and beads can all be seen.
A woman went for a gravity-defying, self-flowing teapot that hung over a stream of flowers pouring into her hat.
Even animals came into action – and a well-behaved dog was seen with a small top hat on its head.
Visitors to the Royal and Queen Anne stays must adhere to a strict dress code that does not allow bare midriffs or strapless dresses, but for guests in the Windsor and other enclosures the rules are more relaxed.
The term Ladies Day was first used in 1823 when an anonymous poet described the Thursday of the annual meeting as & # 39; Ladies & # 39; Day … when the women, just like angels, look cute divine. & # 39;
Classic combination: This elegant Royal Ascot Ladies Day racing race proved that sometimes nothing is better than black and white
Old school glamor: various racegoers, including the woman above, chose to add veils to their Royal Ascot headwear
Blowing a kiss: a cheeky race is posing for the camera on the left. Okay, a race racer pulls out the detail in her flower hat
Pucker on! This playful hat had a large pair of bright red lips on the brim – the perfect counterpoint of black and white
Who is a good boy? Put a dog on a small top hat for the occasion. Correct, Giulia Mio Millinery poses for photographers
Matchy matchy! Coordinating red and black looks, left and a couple dressed in incredibly pink ensembles, right?
Cheers! Racegoers toasted the start of the third day of Royal Ascot with a glass of bubbling on a parking picnic, pictured
Candy colored accessories: a woman wore a red hat on the left, while another color chose yellow, precisely, for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot
Although there is no official price offer for the best dressed lady, as with other race meetings, the cardholders were still excited to put their best foot forward.
A maximum of 300,000 people will attend the event in five days and of course the stylish day out is a magnet for celebrities and it is predicted to be a star-studded occasion.
Time for a bite! Racegoers set up a picnic in front of the car as they prepare for a day of fun at Royal Ascot this morning
They are running away! Racegoers on a horse and carriage during day three of Royal Ascot on Ascot Racecourse
On patrol: a police officer lowers his sniffer dog on the other side of the fence, since day three starts at Royal Ascot
Calm before the storm: Groundsmen move benches in front of the tribune for day three of Royal Ascot
The sun shines! After fighting against the elements yesterday, the racegoers look forward to enjoying better weather on the track today
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