the Queen and Prince Philip make it a very Royal Ascot

Elegant in pink, the Queen and Prince Philip make it a very Royal Ascot: Everyone turns out in their finest and even the sun comes out

The Queen looked elegant in a light pink ensemble as she arrived alongside Prince Philip in a horse drawn carriageHer Majesty smiled and waved at the thousands of spectators as she arrived today for the fifth and final day of racingStephen Fry and Sir Terry Wogan also attended Royal Ascot in Berkshire and looked smart in black suits and top hats

Spectators of all ages basked in bright sunshine as temperatures soared to the mid twenties across the country todayDressed in a light pink ensemble, The Queen looked elegant as she arrived alongside the Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Ascot today for the fifth and final day of racing.

Thousands of spectators clapped, cheered and eagerly tried to take pictures of Her Majesty as she arrived at the Berkshire racecourse in a horse drawn carriage.

The monarch, who opted for a more subtle shade of pink today compared to her hot pink outfit yesterday, smiled and waved at racegoers in the Silver Ring during the traditional Royal Procession.

While The Queen’s own horses may have been pipped to the post in the previous four days of racing, there’s no doubt the keen racing fan will enjoy today’s jam packed schedule.

Her Majesty has bred some of the finest horses ever to race in the UK, among them Dunfermline who managed to win both the Epsom Oaks and St. Leger Stakes in 1977, Carozza, who triumphed in the Epsom Oaks in 1957 and Pall Mall who took the 2,000 Guineas in 1958.

Other notable guests to attend the fifth day of what is one of the biggest events in the racing calendar, included comedian and actor Stephen Fry and TV presenter Sir Terry Wogan.

Both wore smart suits and top hats as they chatted with fellow racegoers underneath the bright sunshine at the racecourse where temperatures were forecast to reach up to 26C this afternoon.

NINE ARRESTED AS ROYAL ASCOT POLICE CLAMP DOWN ON VIOLENT AND DRUNKEN BEHAVIOUR AT FIVE DAY EVENT

Nine people have been arrested by police patrolling Royal Ascot as officers clamp down on violent and drunken behaviour at the meeting.

One man was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault on the penultimate day of the meeting after an incident at a nearby railway station involving two women.

Officers said the 32 year old man, from Southend, Essex, was arrested by British Transport Police yesterday and confirmed he had since been released on bail pending further inquiries.

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Another man, 44, from Surrey, was arrested Under Armour UA Charged Phenom 2 Men Black Dublin the Mental Health Act but has since been released without charge.

Meanwhile, a 36 year old woman, from Wokingham, was cautioned for causing criminal damage to a pair of glasses while a 29 year old man, from West Glamorgan, Wales, was issued with a fixed penalty notice after being found drunk and disorderly.

Another man, 24, was charged with being drunk and disorderly and is due to appear at Slough Magistrates‘ Court on July 7.

And a 51 year old man was charged with being in possession of a class B drug and bailed to attend Slough Magistrates‘ Court on July 7.

In a separate incident, a 47 year old man, from London, was given a fixed penalty notice for causing harassment, alarm or distress.

From cream and turquoise to varying shades of pink, The Queen scores in the style stakes as she impresses with every outfit at this year’s Royal AscotWith all eyes on Her Majesty, The Queen of England reigned supreme in the style stakes as she enjoyed five solid days of racing at Royal Ascot.

While bookmakers around the country offered odds on the colour of choice worn by the monarch for each day of the Royal meeting, Her Majesty glowed in her elegant choices.

She kicked off the first day of the five day prestigious racing event looking chic in a blue suit by Stewart Parvin and a hat by Rachel Trevor Morgan.

For the second day, Her Majesty opted for a summer inspired floral dress teamed with a sleek cream Angela Kelly overcoat.

On day three, Under Armour UA Charged Phenom 2 Men Black Dublin The Queen decided to inject a little more colour into her outfit and opted for a turquoise Angela Kelly coat and matching Rachel Trevor Morgan hat.

She continued her streak of bright colour with a stunning hot pink ensemble on the penultimate day of the meeting before toning down the shade of pink to a light, salmon colour for today’s fifth and final day of racing.