Queen Camilla ‘outstanding’ at Royal Ascot as fans ‘obsessed’ with her hat

Queen Camilla arrived at Royal Ascot with King Charles, sharing the first royal carriage with the Duke of Devonshire and the Duchess of Devonshire.

For the fourth day at the annual horse race event, the Queen Consort opted for a lovely white dress with a black trim from Anna Valentine and a matching black and white hat from Philip Treacy.

Camilla combined with a pair of white gloves and a matching clutch bag, and sported a delicate pair of pearl earrings and her large topaz and pearl necklace for an added touch of glamour.

Fans loved Camilla’s hat and took to social media to discuss her style with @judithin77 saying: “The King has seemed so much happier with each greeting he and the Queen receive in the Parade Ring. I’m loving Queen Camilla’s hat today.”

Many others agreed and commented that the Queen’s hat was fabulous. @mrstutt02 said: “I loved the Queen’s hat!!”

Twitter user @k_malza added: “Her hats are always beautiful I love them.” Another one, @Cathy57600977, said: “I’m obsessed with Queen Camilla’s hat!”

Royal watcher @g3mmava1entin3 opined that the Queen looked “outstanding again” today. “The King looks rather dashing today too.”

@Pooja33719735 opined: “Queen Camilla is looking fabulous today, as she arrives with the King at Royal Ascot day four – loving her hat!”

@judithin77 suggested: “Her Majesty Queen Camilla in white and black today. The neckline on her dress seems to be a favourite!”

Yesterday, Camilla stepped out in a pastel green coat dress from her go-to designer Anna Valentine and donned another stylish hat, an extravagant feather design also from royal favourite Philip Treacy.

The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at the Berkshire races today sharing the royal carriage with Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

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