Princess Beatrice dons a spotty dress as she attends the final day of Royal Ascot, after sharing a carriage ride with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
- Princess Beatrice, 33, attended final day of Royal Ascot with her 38-year-old husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
- Couple were photographed riding in a carriage as they made their way to the raceground in Berkshire
- The summer season staple has returned largely to its pre-pandemic glory – with zero Covid restrictions on revellers and a more relaxed dress code in the main spectators’ enclosure now in place
The royal, 33, shared a carriage with her 38-year-old property developer husband, as the two made today’s appearance at the horse racing event.
Edoardo, who married Beatrice on July 17 2020 in an intimate ceremony at Windsor, has become more involved with royal life in recent times, often attending events with his wife.
Today’s appearance was just one of several high profile outings the royal has made with her Italian property developer husband in recent weeks.
The couple wore elegant attire for their day out, with the royal donned a navy blue and white polka dot dress, while her husband opted for a traditional suit
The royal couple, Princess Beatrice, 33, and her 38-year-old husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, were snapped having fun at Ascot, ahead of the horse races
The royal couple (pictured) made their way to Ascot in a carriage they shared with Professor Douglas Antczak and Mrs Douglas Antczak (pictured)
And the couple certainly made sure they were dressed for the occasion.
Beatrice opted for a navy midi dress, featuring a white spot print. She paired the frock with a neat navy and white fascinator, and black heeled pumps.
To finish the look, she wore her long locks loose and flowing, and chose a simple make-up look, with clear skin and a natural lip, playing up her eyes with a dark, smoky shadow.
Meanwhile, Edoardo donned traditional top hat and a long coat, over a yellow waistcoat and navy tie. In an effort to save off the drizzle, he carried a large umbrella.
The couple arrived at the event by carriage, as part of the royal procession. Also in their carriage were Professor Douglas Antczak and Mrs Douglas Antczak. Other royals in the procession today included the Duke of Kent.
The princess looked elegant in a midi dress with polka dot print, and her natural make-up look, which she paired with loose, flowing locks
The royal took a more conservative approach to her headgear than some of the other event attendees, opting for a small navy and cream creation
The carriage procession is one of the traditions at Royal Ascot. Earlier in the week royals including Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall (not pictured) were snapped arriving in one
During the carriage ride, Mrs Douglas Antczak (left) was seen clutching on to her hat, as the breeze threatened to blow if off her head
The Duke of Kent (pictured) was another royal who took part in the carriage procession today, though he did not ride in the same carriage as Beatrice and Edoardo
The couple joined other glamorous racegoers, who were also snapped donning lavish outfits as they started arriving at day five of Royal Ascot today.
Guests were snapped wearing eye-catching outfits boasting a rainbow of colours as they made the most of the sunshine during the final day of the races.
The five-day society favourite event has returned to its pre-pandemic extravagance, after restrictions meant it was subdued in 2020 and 2021.
And so far, attendees have shown their appreciation for the races’ return, donning high fashion finery and some show-stopping millinery for their big days out.
Pretty in pink: rainbow tones have been the order of this year’s Ascot, and these women were no exception, showing off their fuchsia headgear
Hats off: floral fascinators were the flavour of the day, with racegoers showing off elegant and imaginative creations
Ascot revellers donned intricate outfits, taking to the racegrounds to show off their carefully curated frocks and hats
Best foot forward: these guests opted for strappy heels as they took to the Berkshire racecourse for the final day
Despite the rain forecast, these racegoers managed to look positive and keep a smile on their faces – donning spring looks
Hat’s the one! As ever, fashion-savvy attendees took the opportunity to show off some elaborate headgear
Feeling floral: One guest took a botanic approach to her headgear, opting for a fairytale-inspired flowery creation
Despite the heatwave earlier in the week, Saturday saw the heavens open, and racegoers were snapped clutching umbrellas
Brollies were brought out as attendees did their best to keep the drizzle off their carefully curated outfits
The five-day event has seen a number of high profile attendees, including senior royals like Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Kate Middleton, 40, also appeared at Ascot this year, alongside husband Prince William, 39.
However, despite having horses running in more multiple events, the Queen has not attended the society favourite event, amid ongoing mobility issues.
But the event did attract some well known faces, including reality star Georgia Toffolo, and Lady Victoria Hervey.
Although today marks the final day of Royal Ascot, guests were still keen to make their mark, donning eye-catching outfits
Photos from today show guests battling with brollies, as they try to stay dry amid the drizzle
Scenes of guests carrying umbrellas were a far cry from yesterday’s pictures, which showed attendees doing their best to stay cool amid soaring temperatures
In between showers, some party goers sat down to enjoy a picnic lunch, despite the somewhat blustery conditions
All white: well known faces Georgia Toffolo and Lady Victoria Hervey made their way to the Berkshire race ground for the final day of racing
Meanwhile, Charlotte Hawkins donned a monochrome blue look, pairing a floaty frock with a colourful fascinator
Pictures showing people clutching umbrellas and ponchos as they fight to stay dry amid today’s drizzle are a far cry from scenes yesterday, amid the heatwave.
There, revellers were seen drowning drinks, and sporting skimpy outfits, in a bid to stay as cool as possible as temperatures rose to 66F (19C) across the South East.