Queen Elizabeth Turned Heads with a Bold Green Outfit on the Last Day of the Royal Ascot
Queen Elizabeth stunned in a beautiful bold green outfit on the last day of the Royal Ascot, and she outshined everyone at the racing event.
Queen Elizabeth has been stealing the show for a very long time, and this time, she took the spotlight on the last day of the Royal Ascot.
The queen arrived alongside her son, Prince Andrew in the Royal carriage, wearing a bold green outfit. She topped it off with her signature hat of the same color and carried a black handbag.
Upon her arrival along the Berkshire course, the Royal waved to the guests as the festivities got ready for kickoff. Her Majesty was equally joined by her daughter, Princess Anne’s son, Prince Phillip and his wife, Autumn who wore a blue jumpsuit and a matching hat.
The Queen has also worn other colorful outfits to the horse racing event; on the first day, she arrived in a periwinkle blue-colored outfit, and on the second, the monarch wore a light blue outfit with a floral dress underneath.
On day three, Queen Elizabeth also dressed in another shade of blue, and on the fourth day, she wore a bright pink outfit. Aside from the royal family, the Royal also had King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands as guests on the second day.
Others who graced the event include Demi Moore, dressed in a green Dolce and Gabbana outfit, and Sarah Ferguson dressed in a yellow gown, a green hat, a purse of the same color, and purple shoes.
The Royal Ascot event commenced in 1911, and since Queen Elizabeth started her reign in 1952, she has not missed any game. The monarch is well-known as a horse lover and has a stable of thoroughbreds.
In this year’s race, the matriarch of the royal family had five of her horses compete, and on the fourth day, her 3-year-old Bay Gelding came second at the Sandringham stakes.
In the Royal Ascot of 2017, Queen Elizabeth wore a similar outfit to the one she wore to the last day of this year’s event.The monarch had on a light-green outfit designed by Stuart Parvin with a floral gown underneath.
The monarch had worn the look to the 2014 D-Day event for its 70th anniversary, thereby, showing that even leaders’ of nations repeat outfits.
At 93, Queen Elizabeth continues to show that she’s still as fashionable as she was in her younger years, and the younger generation can take a cue from her.