Kate Middleton wears Elie Saab for the first time to attend Royal Ascot
Written by olucapri on June 20, 2019
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, attended the first day of the annual Royal Ascot horse race in cornflower blue Elie Saab dress.
This was the first time Kate Middleton wore the Lebanese couturier and she styled the chiffon lace Resort 2019 piece with a clutch from the designer as well as a hat by Philip Treacy, silver Gianvito Rossi pumps, and Kiki McDonough earrings.
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This week The Queen, accompanied by Members of The Royal Family, will attend #RoyalAscot. Each day of the week begins with the Royal Procession, when Her Majesty & accompanying Members of the Royal Family arrive along the track in horse-drawn landaus. Today The Queen and @hrhthedukeofyork were accompanied by The King and Queen of the Netherlands. The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Princess Royal and The Earl and The Countess of Wessex and @PrincessEugenie and Princess Beatrice and Princess Alexandra was also among The Members of The Royal Family accompanying The Queen. Ascot Racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711, and has since received the patronage of a further eleven monarchs. The Ascot summer race meeting officially became a Royal week in 1911. 📷PA
Royal Enclosure is the most prestigious and is invite-only from the Monarch herself. Female guests have to wear dresses or skirts that are knee length or longer, the straps have to be an inch wide or more and you must wear a hat. Men can choose a black or gray morning dress which include waistcoat, top hat, black shoes and socks.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with The Queen and Members of the Royal Family, attended Royal Ascot — today they were joined by The King and Queen of the Netherlands. Royal Ascot is an annual event attended by The Queen, who has had an interest in horses since childhood, and Members of the Royal Family. The week has become Britain's most popular race meeting, welcoming around 300,000 visitors over five days. Ascot Racecourse was founded by Queen Anne in 1711, and has since received the patronage of a further eleven monarchs. The Ascot summer race meeting officially became a Royal week in 1911. The Queen is owner and breeder of many thoroughbred horses and shares her interest in horses with many members of her family — and The Queen's own horses have won races at Royal Ascot a number of times. 📷 PA @theroyalfamily @koninklijkhuis #RoyalAscot
Princess Beatrice in Maje and Princess Eugenie in Calvin Klein all showing up in the hue. They all took part in the traditional carriage procession alongside other members of the family including Prince William and Prince Charles.