It's the most prestigious day in the Royal Family's calendar. And let's not forget, the highlight of the Queen's year. Yes, Royal Ascot 2017 is in full swing. And we're rounding up the best moments from the prestigious event as they happen...
The Queen opted for a fail-safe neon co-ord on the first day
Queen Elizabeth II often opts for neon hues when dressing for momentous royal occasions. Just take a look back at the lime co-ord she chose for last year's birthday festivities. And after choosing a powder blue ensemble for Trooping the Colour, Her Majesty returned to her go-to look for one of her favourite events.
The Queen and Prince Philip arrive by carriage
Kate Middleton donned one of her favourite designers
Just last year, Kate made her debut at the Royal Ascot as the Duchess of Cambridge. Surely a sign that she has well and truly been accepted into the Royal Family? And this year, she chose to dress in one of her favourite designers. The duchess wore a lace gown by Alexander McQueen which we couldn't help but notice looked strikingly similar to last year's look...
Kate opted for a lace gown by Alexander McQueen
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie arrived together
Always photographed by each other's side, sisters Eugenie and Beatrice arrived at the Royal Ascot by carriage.
Beatrice and Eugenie arrive at the Royal Ascot
Camilla Parker-Bowles sought sartorial inspiration from Kate
Camilla opted for a cream dress for the big event. She was joined by husband Prince Charles in the carriage.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles arrive at the prestigious event
Kate and William shared a sweet moment
Kate and William looked quintessentially royal at the prestigious event and were frequently spotted laughing with close friends and family.
Kate and William share a moment at the Royal Ascot
Zara Tindall wore a sell-out dress
Forget the Kate Effect for one moment, as Zara Tindall wore a cobalt blue Escada dress to the Royal Ascot and you guessed it, the item has almost sold out online. Make sure to shop the look, asap.
Zara Tindall wore a dress by Escada
Kate joined her mother's side
Carole Middleton attended the royal event in a powder blue dress. Perhaps a sartorial nod to the Queen's Trooping the Colour aesthetic?
The pair enjoyed a mother/daughter moment
The Queen made a quick outfit change for the second day
The Queen opted for a cobalt two-piece at the State Opening of Parliament ceremony and made a quick outfit change for the second day of Royal Ascot.
The Queen opted for a yellow co-ord on the second day
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