For her first appearance at Royal Ascot 2021, Queen Elizabeth wears a mint coat with a diamond brooch.
QUEEN ELIZABETH II attended Royal Ascot today in a lovely mint dress. This was her first Royal Ascot participation in 2021.
In a mint cloak over a floral dress, Queen Elizabeth II stood out. On the final day of the event, which was today, she was seen arriving at the races.
With a pink flower on her cap, the monarch chose a lively appearance that complemented the mint tones.
She was following in the footsteps of other royals who had attended the races during the previous five days.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Princess Anne, and Zara Tindall are among the royals who have attended.
This is the first time this year that Queen Elizabeth II has attended a horse racing.
When the monarch goes out for engagements, she usually dresses in a block color.
She donned a lovely coat dress with long sleeves and pleated skirt design today.
The dress was cut just below the knee and had five buttons down the front to keep it fastened.
A floral dress could be seen underneath the garment, despite the fact that it was fastened.
It appeared to be the same color as the rest of the room, with black and pink flowers strewn around it.
Her favorite black leather shoes with a gold chain across the front were repurposed.
The shoes are by Kensington’s Anello & Davide and cost roughly £1,000.
White gloves were also worn by the king.
A three-strand pearl necklace completed Queen Elizabeth II’s ensemble.
The queen will wear the timeless necklace on a regular basis, and she matched it with matching pearl earrings.
She wore a diamond brooch on the front of her coat as well.
Today was no exception for Queen Elizabeth II, who is rarely seen without a magnificent brooch.
The monarch chose to wear the Palm Leaf Brooch, which belonged to the Queen Mother before her.
In 1938, it was commissioned for the Queen Mother, who wore it on a regular basis.
When her mother died in 2002, Queen Elizabeth II is thought to have inherited it.
She has since worn the Cartier design to other events.