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Queen opts for light green ensemble as she arrives for the last day of Royal Ascot

Her royal lime-ness! Queen opts for light green ensemble as she arrives for the last day of Royal Ascot

  • The 93-year-old monarch was joined by her son Prince Andrew in the procession 
  • Also in the carriage with her were The Hon. William Vestey and Mr. John Warren 
  • Since taking the throne, the Queen has made an appearance at every Ascot

Queen Elizabeth stole the show on the last day of Ascot, sporting a lime green outfit. 

The 93-year-old monarch was joined by her son Prince Andrew in the traditional carriage procession along the Berkshire course. 

Also in the carriage with her were The Hon. William Vestey and Mr. John Warren. 

H.M. Queen Elizabeth ll arrives in the parade ring with The Duke of York to Royal Ascot

Queen Elizabeth II arrives in the parade ring during day five of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse as excited crowds watch on

Queen Elizabeth II arrives in the parade ring during day five of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse as excited crowds watch on 

She waved to the glamorous visitors as the festivities were just about to kick off – with Pinatubo winning the first race of the day. 

Since taking to the throne in 1952, the Queen has made an appearance at every Royal Ascot meeting and had five horses running at this year’s event. 

Each day of the week begins with the Royal Procession and so racegoers have been treated to a whole host of Royals over the five days. 

Queen Elizabeth II (left) and The Duke of York during day five, the final day, of festivities

Queen Elizabeth II (left) and The Duke of York during day five, the final day, of festivities 

Queen Elizabeth II (right) Autumn Phillips (centre) and Peter Phillips (left) during day five

Queen Elizabeth II (right) Autumn Phillips (centre) and Peter Phillips (left) during day five 

And not just the British Royals either. On Tuesday, Her Majesty was joined by Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.  

Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate all made appearances this week. 

The Queen was pictured today mingling with Peter Phillips and his partner Autumn Phillips who wore a powder blue jumpsuit by designer Claire Mischevani and an ivory and blue picture hat by Sally Ann Provan.  

The Ascot summer race meeting officially became a Royal week in 1911. 

Queen Elizabeth II (third left) Autumn Phillips (centre) and Peter Phillips (left). On Tuesday, Her Majesty was joined by Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands

Queen Elizabeth II (third left) Autumn Phillips (centre) and Peter Phillips (left). On Tuesday, Her Majesty was joined by Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands

The Queen’s Eightsome Reel ran the day after and Magnetic Charm, a three-year-old bay filly, came second at the Sandringham Stakes on Friday

The Queen’s Eightsome Reel ran the day after and Magnetic Charm, a three-year-old bay filly, came second at the Sandringham Stakes on Friday

The Queen’s horses at Ascot include Elector and Seniority, who ran on Wednesday.

The Queen’s Eightsome Reel ran the day after and Magnetic Charm, a three-year-old bay filly, came second at the Sandringham Stakes on Friday. 

Her bay gelding, Sextant, also ran yesterday. 

Each day of the week begins with the Royal Procession and so racegoers have been treated to a whole host of Royals over the five days

Each day of the week begins with the Royal Procession and so racegoers have been treated to a whole host of Royals over the five days

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