The Queen chooses a pastel look for Ascot Day Two and it’s GORGEOUS

A true English rose!

On Day Two of Royal Ascot, Her Majesty the Queen stepped (or even, rode on horse carriage) out in one of our favourite looks to date. The monarch wore a baby blue coat, and accessorised with a similar shade of hat, adorned with pretty pink flowers. Which almost look so real, we’re wondering whether they’re really actually from the grounds of Buckingham Palace. And they matched her pink lipstick - so she is ticking every fashion and beauty box right now at HELLO!. Although, doesn’t she always?


The Queen looked lovely in pink and blue

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The Queen rode alongside Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy during the royal procession, and while Alexandra looked stunning in a cream outfit and hat, they both wore pearl chokers. A little bit like matching friendship necklaces that we used to wear with our best friends at school? Or perhaps not. She also has on some simple pearl earrings, because the Queen is - er - a queen at matching her accessories. And, we spy a pretty blue and pink dress underneath the coat too. Her Majesty is also wearing her Jardine Star brooch, which is one of her favourites, which she was left in 1981 by Lady Jardine. Plus, she’s got on her signature Anello & Davide classic leather shoes, and using a matching black leather handbag.


The Queen mingled with other guests on the day

PLUS: We covered the Queen’s sunny yellow outfit on the first day of Ascot.

It is certainly a gorgeous day for Royal Ascot, and the Queen’s summery ice-cream shades are a perfect way to celebrate the summer. Although, we can imagine she must be rather hot in the coat - but she is used to wearing her signature bright ones, at least. She mingled with other guests at the race course as she left the carriage, and we are definitely wondering what horse she was placing bets on. Because surely she must have a go?

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