In one of their first appearances since the birth of their granddaughter, Lilibet Diana, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall sported shades of pastel and neutrals, keeping their attire subtle.
Camilla Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles arrived at the event in a sky blue, striped, long-sleeved dress with a v-shaped neckline. Pairing the ensemble with a matching, striped face mask, the Duchess finished off her look with a large, pastel blue hat, tilted to her right.
As for Prince Charles, the Duke opted for a smart, grey three-piece suit, with a lavender tie and pocket square, matching the look with a black top hat, umbrella and matching black face mask.
Much like her brother, Princess Anne opted to dress in cool shades, choosing to wear an indigo-coloured jacket, dress and shoes. As for the jacket, the outerwear piece was embroidered with florals in a silver thread. Anne also paired the look with her signature set of pearls—or in this case, two sets—and a navy, wide-brimmed hat.
Mike and Zara Tindall
Zara Tindall, the granddaughter of Her Majesty The Queen, and her husband Mike, make time for the Royal Ascot each and every year. This time, the pair opted for warm neutrals and fun prints to mark their attendance. As for Mike, he sported a top hat, a dashing three-piece suit and a salmon-pink tie, complete with an abstract polka-dot print.
Containing the print trend, Zara Tindall—who recently welcomed her third child, a son named Lucas—sported an off-white ensemble riddled in a polka-dot print. Along with the dress, Zara wore a neutral-hued fascinator, complete with three matching roses in the centre.
The Countess of Wessex
When it came to the Countess of Wessex, neutral tones were key. She made her appearance at the Royal Ascot in a neutral-toned full-length dress with a tie around the waist and a V-shaped neckline, complete with a silver pendant necklace and a matching fascinator tilted to her right.