As Royal Ascot comes to an end for another year, here are five of the best royal outfits from the finals days.
Day Four of Ascot saw the Queen go for yellow. Her bright coat with matching hat didn't quite match the weather which had turned for grey again.
It was sunshine on an almost rainy day and all the more welcome for it.
Yellow was more of a success for the Queen at Ascot than it had been for her eldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, who chose the shade on day one and faced a global barrage of questions along the lines of 'are you expecting?'. The answer to that question was no and her answer to her fashion critics was resounding - her monochrome skirt, jacket and hat on day four was a stunner.
Eugenie was another royal granddaughter in need of a fashion win after a worrying run but it didn't quite happen for her. The princess's day four outfit was certainly an improvement on her Ladies Day choice but, once more, didn't quite make it to the winner's enclosure.
It was summery enough and looked far more comfortable that her Ladies Day choice. Overall opinion - getting there.
Her big sister, Beatrice, didn't fare much better on day four.Her outfit was more cutting edge but looked almost messy. It was a brave stab at high fashion but just didn't quite cut it.
Beatrice likes to try edgier looks which is always welcome but it also means that sometimes things just don't work. Overall opinion - nice try, better luck next time.