Glamorous racegoers brushed off their finest fascinators and towering heels as they arrived for the final day of Royal Ascot this morning.
Royal Ascot, the jewel in the crown of the UK racing calendar, began on Tuesday with the Queen Anne Stakes and draws to a close today.
Model Rosie Tapner, 27, was among the first to arrive at the Berkshire racecourse today.
The stylish sports fan looked suitably smart in a chic belted white shirtdress with voluminous short sleeves.
Adding a pop of colour to her ensemble, Rosie donned a cream straw hat with an emerald green bow.
Rosie Tapner, 27, looked suitably smart in a chic belted white shirtdress with voluminous short sleeves
Nana Acheampong wore an oversized magenta shirt paired with a voluminous maxi skirt with a thigh-high split, both from H&M
Meanwhile, celebrity stylist Nana Acheampong looked effortlessly elegant in a hot pink ensemble.
The fashionista wore an oversized magenta shirt paired with a voluminous maxi skirt with a thigh-high split, both from H&M.
What’s more, fashion editor Flora Macdonald Johnston was a vision in her vivid colour-blocking outfit.
The stylish guest donned a bright yellow maxi dress, which she paired with a bright pink fascinator, matching heels and a lime green handbag.
Influencer Leonora Smee paid homage to Audrey Hepburn in a white lace maxi-dress with chic collar and embellished buttons by LK Bennett.
The content creator completed her ensemble with a powder blue floral hat and a leather croc-effect handbag.
Model Ikram Abdi Omar also opted for a 1960s-inspired outfit for the final day of Royal Ascot.
The Vogue Arabia covergirl looked sensational in a pink checked co-ord and a black-and-white oversized hat.
Flora Macdonald Johnston was a vision in her vivid colour-blocking outfit , which she paired with a bright pink fascinator, matching heels and a lime green handbag
Influencer Leonora Smee paid homage to Audrey Hepburn in a white lace maxi-dress with chic collar and embellished buttons by LK Bennett
All white now! This glam racegoer made a statement in her voluminous dress which she wore with black strappy sandals
This stylish racegoer donned a 1960s inspired bright blue A-Line dress and a white fascinator for Ascot
Pretty in pink! Flora Gibbs wore a feminine floral frock for Ascot, which she paired with a red pleated bag
Iola Gilder looked glamorous in pink and purple pleated midi dress, which she paired with lilac heels
Model Ikram Abdi Omar also opted for a 1960s-inspired outfit for the final day of Royal Ascot this morning
Kateryna Makhova paired her baby blue dress with a statement cream hat and Van Clef & Arpels necklace
Ilda di Vies and Alistair Reynette-James co-ordinated in vivid red shades for the final day of Royal Ascot
Alexandra Bertram stunned in a white suit which she paired with a floral-inspired pink headpiece
Catherine Stewart was another guest who opted for a powder blue dress – but paired hers with bright yellow accessories
Left: Photographer Lauren Braithwaite looked chic in a powder blue dress with a full pleated skirt for Ascot. Right: Glamorous guest Kate Wright also opted for the powder blue garment and paired her dress with a silver YSL clutch bag
This year marked the first time the event, a favourite of the late Queen, has gone ahead since her death last September.
This year, Royal Ascot has paid tribute via renaming a race in the late Queen’s honour.
The Platinum Jubilee Stakes, a six-furlong sprint which is staged on the Saturday of Ascot’s five day meeting, will from now on be known as the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes.
Queen Elizabeth II had 24 winners in total, having been a keen racehorse owner, with her final triumph coming by way of Tactical in the Windsor Castle Stakes three years ago.
Choir Boy raced home as her first ever winner during the 1953 Royal Hunt Cup, which occurred during the same week of Her Late Majesty’s coronation at Westminster Abbey.