The pinnacle of fashion at Royal Ascot comes on the event's third day, or "Ladies' Day," as it's colloquially known. Attendees go all-out with their ensembles, and the Queen's granddaughter Princess Eugenie is no exception.
For her appearance at the meet, she chose a rich turquoise dress with a plunging keyhole cut out by Cefinn, a frock which she paired with a statement-making hat. The circular headpiece was completely covered in blue feathers, which resembled butterflies, and featured a thin gold adornment.
Eugenie was first spotted arriving at the course in the royal carriage procession, riding along with James Fellowes, the co-founder of the Equestrian charity Bridge of Hope U.K., as well as the Viscount and Viscountess Brookeborough.
She was also on-hand to present a trophy to the winner of the second race of the day, the Hampton Court Stakes.
Today marked Eugenie's second appearance at Royal Ascot this year. She also attended Opening Day alongside her sister, her grandmother the Queen, and several members of the royal family.
Then too, she sported turquoise, in keeping with the trend of royal women wearing blue to the event. Her dress on Tuesday featured a pleated skirt, and she paired the look with a yellow saucer-shaped hat and a beige, geometric handbag.
There's a chance we could see Eugenie once (or even twice) more at Ascot this year. The event continues until Saturday, and in the past, the Princess has been known to accompany her mother, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York to the races. Thus far, Fergie hasn't made an appearance.
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