Ronan Keating and his bride-to-be Storm Uechtritz were in high spirits on Thursday, as they attended day three of Royal Ascot. The happy couple couldn't keep the smiles off their faces as they mingled with friends during the day, before presenting the Norfolk Stakes award.
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Storm and Ronan smile in the summer sunshine
Storm has been proudly showing off her engagement ring on social media, ensuring her decorated left hand has pride of place in the photos, and on Thursday, Storm once again put the ring on display as she cuddled up to Ronan as the pair posed for pictures.
The two arrived at the Berkshire event in style, taking a helicopter from London.
"Check out the boys in their top hats! No better way to travel - love this bird @fresh_air_helicopters and love our friends @johngiddings01 @carogiddings #Ascot #LadiesDay #RoyalEnclosure #Exciting", Storm captioned the picture, which showed them all smiling brightly in the sunshine.
The pair exclusively revealed to HELLO! that they are getting married back in April. The Boyzone singer, who has been with Storm for three years, proposed not once but twice - first during a romantic holiday in Thailand and then in Ireland in front of his three children.
"I proposed twice and she said yes both times, thank God," says Ronan who helped design the engagement ring - an oval diamond set in a diamond-encrusted titanium band – for 34-year-old TV producer Storm.
"We've been together a few years now and knew we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. I felt it was the right time."
Also at day three of the annual race event were musical star Samantha Barks, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, who were joined by their grandparents, the Queen and Prince Philip.
The Queen and Princess Beatrice rode together in the first carriage on day three
The Queen wore a gorgeous pistachio crêpe coat over a floral silk dress & hat, all by Angela Kelly, whom she also wore on Tuesday.
Beatrice meanwhile wore a stylish white skater dress with a wide-brimmed contrasting hat, and rode alongside her grandmother in the first carriage of the royal landau.
This year's event has certainly given the royal family plenty of opportunities to spend time together this week.
Day one of the annual race meeting sawenjoying each other's company as they took in the equestrian action.