Kate Middleton Pulls All The Fashion Stops At The Royal Ascot 2022

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  • Members of the royal family were out in full force for another day at the Royal Ascot on Friday.

  • And this time, Kate Middleton and Prince William were among those in attendance to watch the horse racing unfold.

  • The Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a polka dot dress by Alessandra Rich with a brown hat while riding in the royal carriage.

Members of the royal family were out in full force for another day at the Royal Ascot on Friday, and this time, Kate Middleton and Prince William were among those in attendance to watch the horse racing unfold.

Keeping with the glamorous Royal Ascot dress code, the Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a polka dot dress by Alessandra Rich with a brown hat while riding in the royal carriage alongside the Duke of Cambridge on the Ascot Racecourse. She wore her hair in an updo and natural makeup, and completed her look with pearl and diamond drop earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana. Sitting next to her was William, who looked dapper in a suit and a black top hat.

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Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images

Spectators who attend the Royal Ascot must adhere to a strict fashion policy. Men are "required to wear a full morning suit with waistcoat and either a black or grey top hat at all times," while women must wear hats and dresses that cover their shoulders. All attendees also need to wear name tags—even the royal family despite their famous titles.

The Cambridges were also joined by several other royals, including Peter Phillips, for day four of the five-day equestrian extravaganza. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall helped kicked off England's most popular horse racing event on Tuesday, riding in a carriage during the royal procession. Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, were also at the track two days in a row, as well Princess Anne, Mike and Zara Tindall, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.

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