Carol Kirkwood, 58, didn’t disappoint in the style stakes as she opted for a black dress which featured a bright and light pink rose design.
Her stunning number had a v-shaped neckline and sleeves to her elbows, in line with the strict dress code.
In typical Royal Ascot 2019 style, Carol added a huge red hat to her outfit.
On Twitter, fans went wild for her look with many praising her choice of ensemble.
One person wrote to the BBC Breakfast weather star: “@carolkirkwood morning Carol. Loving your Ascot outfit. Stunning as usual.”
Another gushed: “WOW @carolkirkwood looking fabulous! xx.”
“Carol looking fantastic, as normal of course, loving the red hat,” a third added.
One adoring fan commented: “@carolkirkwood looking fab! Loving the last dress (black, flowers, v-neck and sleeves!!) where did you get it from?”
The TV favourite appeared to be having a little fashion show during the BBC broadcast as Carol kept on swapping her outfits.
Before the floral number, Carol filmed the morning show in a figure-hugging cream frock up until 7am.
The low-cut number boasted a fashionable white belt cross her waist, highlighting her figure.
She added an over-sized black hat, which she held on to during the forecast.
In another costume chage, Carol swapped the beautiful red headwear for a different black one which featured a bow.
The meteorologist appeared a little indecisive today as she wore the frock again later in the programme but this time with a gold fascinator.
Carol revealed the weather will be a little calmer for those attending the races today.
“We have the lovely sunshine here today,” she revealed in her forecast.
“What a difference to yesterday and Tuesday when we had torrential downpours.”
She continued: “This morning, there’s a 15 to 20 percent chance of a shower but it should remain dry.”
Carol’s choice of outfit was also discussed on BBC Breakfast yesterday after she and presenter, Louise Minchin, wore bright yellow numbers.
“I can’t explain what’s going on with the yellow, Carol,” Louise commented. “We’re dressed in exactly the same colour which is unusual, but it’s lovely.”
Her co-host, Dan Walker, then added: “It’s lovely. It’s very bright, it’s bringing sunshine into our lives this morning, Carol.”
BBC Breakfast continues tomorrow on BBC One from 6am.