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    Royal Ascot day 5: Princess Beatrice brings the glamour to final day of the races – best photos

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    Jenni McKnight




    Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are among the royals attending the final day of Royal Ascot on Saturday.

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    Beatrice and Edoardo will ride in the second carriage during the royal procession and will be joined by Professor Douglas Antczak and Mrs. Douglas Antczak. 

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    The Queen’s cousin, the Duke of Kent, will be in the first carriage alongside Mr. Alexander Dudgeon, Mrs. Alexander Dudgeon, and Mr. George Broughton.

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    Beatrice made a stylish entrance in a black and white polka dot dress adorned with sparkling silver bows and a monochrome hat as she sat opposite her husband in the carriage, who looked smart in a black suit and top hat.

    Beatrice looked gorgeous in her midi polka dot dress

    Those not participating in the carriage procession are expected to make an early entrance to the Berkshire racecourse as seen throughout the week, although the rainy start to the day may see a change to royal arrival times.

    Beatrice added black high heels and a black clutch to her outfit

    Meanwhile, the Queen has not yet made an appearance at Royal Ascot this year, but there’s no doubt she’ll be eagerly following the races from home.

    Princess Beatrice was caught gazing lovingly at her husband

    The 96-year-old monarch is a keen equestrian and racegoer and events like Royal Ascot and the Royal Windsor Horse Show are highlights in her diary.

    But due to her episodic mobility issues, it’s understood that the Queen has been enjoying the Berkshire races from the comfort of her house.

    Edoardo looked dapper in a suit and top hat

    Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla attended days one and two of Royal Ascot this week, leading the royal procession by riding in the first carriage. They left an empty space in their carriage on both days as a sign of respect for Her Majesty who would normally be in attendance.

    The couple were joined in the carriage by Professor Douglas Antczak and Mrs. Douglas Antczak

    After the carriage procession, the royals are able to mingle with fellow spectators and watch the races from the Royal Enclosure.

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    The Duke of Kent led the procession in carriage one

    Other members of the royal family who have stepped out this week include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who travelled in the lead carriage on Friday in the traditional royal procession which kicks off before the races. They were joined by their friends, Mr and Mrs Vestey.

    Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Zara and Mike Tindall – who are regular racegoers – and Princess Anne have also all made appearances this week.

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