Kate, Princess of Wales has made her debut appearance at Royal Ascot 2023. Ensuring she stood out from the crowd, the royal opted for a bespoke, bright red wrap dress by Alexander McQueen for her entrance on day four of the event.
A wide-brim matching hat from Philip Treacy provided some shade from the sun and a more affordable outfit addition - Sezane 'Esmee' gold brass earrings - completed the look.
The mum of three arrived in the second carriage as part of the Royal Procession, accompanied by Prince William, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
King Charles and Queen Camilla arrived in the first carriage, Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh in the third and Dame Judi Dench, wearing a white trilby hat and matching dress, made a surprise appearance in the fourth.
Rate the best celebrity Royal Ascot outfits 2023
Royal Ascot may be all about the horse racing but it's the outfits we're most interested in - and this year hasn't disappointed.
Annually, the equestrian event so beloved by the late Queen is attended by numerous celebrities and royal spectators, each dressed to impress.
Adhering to the strict dress code - which, this year, encouraged guests to 'inject a little fun and personality' into their attire - the summer calendar staple is something of a fashion show, serving up lashings of sartorial inspiration.
Have your say on this year's style offering by rating each royal and celebrity look as it's worn.
Day four, June 23: Kate, Princess of Wales wearing a bespoke McQueen dress (price unknown), Philip Treacy hat (price unknown) and Sezane earrings (past season, no longer stocked).
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