The royal family is out and about again! On Tuesday, June 15, the British horse racing event kicked off, and Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Zara and Mike Tindall, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Sophie, Countess of Wessex were in attendance.
However, the Queen was not in attendance, but she did tune in from Windsor Castle.
"Obviously the Queen would love to attend, as you know she's fanatic about racing, watching racing and breeding horses, and has been going to Ascot all of her adult life," the Queen's racing manager, John Warren, said. "So, it's a shame to miss an event. The plan at the moment is to see how it goes towards the latter part of the week and if the Queen's able to come because she's got runners, then, fingers crossed, it will happen."
"In the past, she would have gone and looked at horses in the paddock, even though they weren't hers because she is so fascinated in the breed so she'd want go and look at the stallion prospects of the future," Warren noted. "Every race that takes place every day of the week, the Queen will certainly read the Racing Post every morning, look at the breeding of all the winners the day before, and see that these stallions that she uses will be potential horses for her own mares. It's a deep fascination, a very broad escapism for all the other things that the Queen has to deal with in her life."
Scroll through the gallery below to see the family's outfits!
Charles sported a gray suit and wore a black face mask, while his wife wore a striped dress with a blue hat.
The duo presented the trophy to the winners.
The event requires that women wear hats, while men must don a top hat.
Meanwhile, Zara — who welcomed her third child in March — sported a polka dot dress for the occasion.
Sophie wore a white dress, which she paired with an amazing hat.