Published: Sat, June 22, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

The best hats and headwear from Royal Ascot 2019

The best hats and headwear from Royal Ascot 2019

Held in Ascot, Berkshire in June each year, the high-society horse race, which the royal family has been attending since the early 18th century, is known to welcome guests dressed in the most glamorous emblems they could find in their wardrobes.

With the clue in the name, Royal Ascot is hugely popular with the monarchy and Her Majesty has attended every year since ascending the throne - and this year has been no exception.

"After they split up, William confided to his grandparents that he was not sure if he loved Kate enough", royal correspondent Camilla Tominey said at the time.

She maintained her monochrome look with a wide buckle belt, small wallet clutch and coordinating hat.

And the final coach carried Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, with the sisters both opting for blue dresses.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were also absent and the new parents are thought to have stayed at home with baby Archie, who was born last month.

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Top hats: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands with Prince William.

There is no denying that one of the highlights of the entire event is the sea of hats and headwear on display.

After spending the first day of the famous meet with her family on Tuesday, the Queen is likely to be focused on the exploits of her thoroughbred in the Royal Hunt Cup. "The quality and the depth of competition at the Royal Meeting has also continued to prosper".

As Royal Ascot approaches, horse racing fans begin to anticipate the winners and losers of the event.

William and Kate later presented Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, with his winning trophy after the thoroughbred Blue Point, from his Godolphin stable, won the King's Stand Stakes.

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