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Friday 12 February 2016
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It's Ascot darling....
The fine fillies from Gloucestershire know how to make a statement with a hat.
This year's race goers have been issued with a strict dress code to prevent bare mid riffs, off the shoulder outfits, streaks from fake tan and mini skirts from entering the Royal Enclosure.
Young Princess Beatrice adds a touch of glamour to proceedings with this piece of head candy.
Even the queen has ditched her traditional pastel ensemble for something more modern.
Never one to miss a top hat moment, Prince Charles waves to the crowd.
Aside from royal watching, the main event takes place on the track.
The Duchess of Cornwall in a more traditional Ascot outfit.
Princess Eugenie wore and elegant outfit topped off with an eye-catching hat.