Was the best left for last? It seems so. The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the last day of Royal Ascot and as expected they grabbed all the attention.
Since last Tuesday, the royals gathered at Ascot racecourse in Berkshire for this important event dedicated to thoroughbred horse racing.
The Royal Ascot is considered one of the most prominent events within the high society of the United Kingdom and this year is held this year from June 20 to 24.
Kate Middleton at Royal Ascot
The presence of Princess Kate was one of the most anticipated, who far from wanting to go unnoticed, has shone in a red dress with which she has confirmed why she is one of the most elegant royals in the world.
Kate has grabbed all the limelight with an elegant dress with crossover neckline and midi length by Alexander McQueen, her designer of reference.
It is a fitted design, slightly puffed chiffon sleeves, flattering V-neckline and full skirt.
As for accessories, the princess looked sensational with a Philip Treacy headdress with flowers in the same color of the dress, a red Hermès handbag and red shoes with which she has managed to perfection on the lawn.
As is customary for members of the royal family, the Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at the racecourse in a horse-drawn carriage and on their way to the box they took the opportunity to greet many of the guests who were in the garden watching the races.
Kate Middleton’s Sezane earrings
Another detail that did not go unnoticed by Kate’s followers were her earrings.
They are pieces that belong to the new collection of the French firm Sézane. Gold-plated and with black beads that dangled creating a very original effect.
Princess Beatrice at Royal Ascot
Accompanying the Prince and Princess of Wales were Beatrice of York and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli.
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Beatrice, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew, looked enchanting in a white lace dress adorned with a romantic floral print. To complement her outfit, she wore a coordinating raffia headdress, adding an extra touch of elegance to her ensemble.
At the forefront of the carriage procession were King Charles III and Queen Camilla, accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.