Ulrika Jonsson flashes her arm tattoos in a chic black dress


Ulrika Jonsson flashes her arm tattoos in a chic black dress teamed with a matching fascinator as she attends Royal Ascot with her son Cameron, 27

It’s one of the most glamorous occasions in the British social calendar. 

And Ulrika Jonsson flashed her arm tattoos in a black dress as she attended the first day of Royal Ascot on Tuesday with her son Cameron, 27, who she shares with ex husband John Turnbull. 

The presenter and model, 54, gave a glimpse of her inkings in the smart frock which she teamed with a matching fascinator for the star-studded racing event. 

Event: Ulrika Jonsson flashed her arm tattoos in a black dress as she attended the first day of Royal Ascot on Tuesday with her son Cameron, 27, who she shares with ex husband John Turnbull

Event: Ulrika Jonsson flashed her arm tattoos in a black dress as she attended the first day of Royal Ascot on Tuesday with her son Cameron, 27, who she shares with ex husband John Turnbull

Ulrika posed up a storm in the midi dress which had a pleated skirt design and statement ruched sleeves.

She completed the look with nude pointy heels and toted a beige bag with her while wearing her blonde tresses pinned back and opting for a full-coverage makeup look.

Ulrika and John Turnbull were married from 1990 to 1995 and welcomed Cameron in 1994.

Also at the event was TV star Charlotte Hawkins who wore a pretty light blue dress with an elaborate fascinator.  

Bold: The presenter and model, 54, gave a glimpse of her inkings in the smart frock which she teamed with a matching fascinator for the star-studded racing event

Bold: The presenter and model, 54, gave a glimpse of her inkings in the smart frock which she teamed with a matching fascinator for the star-studded racing event

Pretty: Ulrika posed up a storm in the midi dress which had a pleated skirt design and statement ruched sleeves

Looking lovely: She posed in her black dress

Pretty: Ulrika posed up a storm in the midi dress which had a pleated skirt design and statement ruched sleeves

The frock had a statement darker blue collar and was cinched in with a white belt to show off her lovely figure. 

She completed the look with pointy stilettos and a white bag as she beamed in the sunshine.

Love Island star and commentator Chris Hughes was also at the event and looked dapper in a grey suit and shiny white waistcoat. 

The look: She completed the look with nude pointy heels and toted a beige bag with her while wearing her blonde tresses pinned back and opting for a full-coverage makeup look

The look: She completed the look with nude pointy heels and toted a beige bag with her while wearing her blonde tresses pinned back and opting for a full-coverage makeup look

Family: Ulrika and John Turnbull were married from 1990 to 1995 and welcomed Cameron in 1994

Family: Ulrika and John Turnbull were married from 1990 to 1995 and welcomed Cameron in 1994

It’s the jewel in the crown of the racing season when it comes to style, and Royal Ascot got off to a suitably fashionable start on Tuesday morning – with a new, bolder dress code encouraging high glamour at the famous English meet.  

Seen by many as the calendar highlight of the British summer season, Royal Ascot has finally returned to its former, pre-pandemic glory – with attendees unhindered by Covid restrictions and encouraged to go all out in the sartorial stakes. 

Indeed, this year’s published Style Guide for the event, the eleventh of its kind, requests formality remains in the Royal Enclosure – but hints at a more relaxed approach elsewhere, suggesting exuberant occasion wear is positively encouraged in 2022. 

Stunning: Also at the event was TV star Charlotte Hawkins who wore a pretty light blue dress with an elaborate fascinator

Stunning: Also at the event was TV star Charlotte Hawkins who wore a pretty light blue dress with an elaborate fascinator

Work it: The frock had a statement darker blue collar and was cinched in with a white belt to show off her lovely figure

Pose: She looked great in the blue dress

Work it: The frock had a statement darker blue collar and was cinched in with a white belt to show off her lovely figure

Outfit: She completed the look with pointy stilettos and a white bag as she beamed in the sunshine

Outfit: She completed the look with pointy stilettos and a white bag as she beamed in the sunshine

Floral: Sophie Winkleman wore a slowing patterned dress as she posed at Royal Ascot

Floral: Sophie Winkleman wore a slowing patterned dress as she posed at Royal Ascot 

Pretty! Her fascinator featured red fruit on it that matched the colour of her lipstick

Pretty! Her fascinator featured red fruit on it that matched the colour of her lipstick 

And early arrivals on Monday clearly got the memo – sporting a dazzling array of colourful outfits, with show-stopping statement hats and elegant headpieces taking centre stage. 

Although not attending, the Queen is likely to watch from Windsor Castle when her horse, King’s Lynn, races in the King’s Stand Stakes at 3.40pm this afternoon. 

Amongst the racegoers was Princess Beatrice, wearing a beautiful belted tiered cream dress with neutral heels and a rustic-style hat, arriving on the arm of her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who donned a sharp top hat and tails with a pink tie. 

Smart: Love Island star and commentator Chris Hughes was also at the event and looked dapper in a grey suit and shiny white waistcoat

Smart: Love Island star and commentator Chris Hughes was also at the event and looked dapper in a grey suit and shiny white waistcoat

Sports: Chris has a keen interest in horse racing

Sports: Chris has a keen interest in horse racing

All smiles: He was looking in great spirits as he posed in the sunshine

All smiles: He was looking in great spirits as he posed in the sunshine 

Exciting: It's the jewel in the crown of the racing season when it comes to style, and Royal Ascot got off to a suitably fashionable start on Tuesday morning

Beauty: Charlotte looked as stunning as ever

Exciting: It’s the jewel in the crown of the racing season when it comes to style, and Royal Ascot got off to a suitably fashionable start on Tuesday morning

Sad: The Queen will not attend Royal Ascot today as she misses out on the event amid her ongoing mobility issues

Sad: The Queen will not attend Royal Ascot today as she misses out on the event amid her ongoing mobility issues

The Queen will not attend Royal Ascot today as she misses out on the event amid her ongoing mobility issues – but there will be a procession featuring Prince Charles, Camilla and Peter Phillips in the first carriage.

Following behind in the second carriage will be the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent; while in the third carriage will be Princess Anne, the Queen’s close friend Lord de Mauley and former British Horseracing Authority head of stewarding William Nunneley with his wife Caroline.

In the fourth carriage at the procession – the details for which were revealed at noon today – will be the Earl and Countess of Hopetoun along with Tom Hooper and Lady Alexandra Hooper, who is also close with the royals.

Yay! Seen by many as the calendar highlight of the British summer season, Royal Ascot has finally returned to its former, pre-pandemic glory

Yay! Seen by many as the calendar highlight of the British summer season, Royal Ascot has finally returned to its former, pre-pandemic glory

Monarch: The Queen, who has owned 22 winners of races at Royal Ascot, was among racegoers attending last year

Pose: Charlotte looked great in her blue dress

Monarch: The Queen, who has owned 22 winners of races at Royal Ascot, was among racegoers attending last year

Her Majesty was a regular at the Berkshire racecourse before the pandemic and has been at every Royal Meeting since acceding to the throne in 1952, apart from when it was held behind closed doors in 2020.

However the 96-year-old monarch will likely be watching from home just seven miles away at Windsor Castle this afternoon, especially when her horse King’s Lynn races in the King’s Stand Stakes at 3.40pm.

The Queen, who has owned 22 winners of races at Royal Ascot, was among racegoers attending last year after it was selected to take part in the Government’s events research programme on behalf of the sport of racing.

Plenty of fans adopted a patriotic theme too, to ensure the Platinum Jubilee celebrations continue, with red, white and blue incorporated into their outfits for the day.

Confident: She posed up a storm in her blue dress at the event

Confident: She posed up a storm in her blue dress at the event 

Glowing: She sported a radiant makeup look for the event

Glowing: She sported a radiant makeup look for the event 

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