Pink All Around For Ascot’s Final Day
It was pink for all at the final day of Royal Ascot, with Queen Elizabeth and her two granddaughters all wearing varying shades of the popular colour.
The Queen arrived to the Royal Enclosure in a carriage with the Duke of Edinburgh, Charles Barnett and John Deer, in a dusty pink coat over a floral pink, white and grey dress with a matching hat.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York were the only other royals present for the final day (earlier days had seen the attendance of Prince Harry, the Princess Royal and her children, the Kents and the Gloucesters).
The two were accompanied by their respective partners, Dave Clark and Jack Brooksbank. Beatrice wore a fuchsia coloured A-line dress paired with gold accessories, while Eugenie wore a dark pink (almost red-orange) overcoat and a grey stripped hat.
Unfortunately for Queen Elizabeth, none of her horses won during this year’s Ascot, with her best result a second place finish.Filed under The United Kingdom
Tagged Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, Fashion, Horses, Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York, Royal Ascot, The Duke of Edinburgh.