Royal Ascot 2019 is coming to an end and the Queen has turned up to watch the races. The Royal Family have been out in full force over this week and today the Queen chose to wear a stunning mint green jacket and hat. The monarch arrived in an open top carriage with Prince Andrew for the fifth and final day of the races, waving to onlookers as she passed by. She decorated her look with a lovely diamond brooch and cream and green hat as she embraced the warm weather.
Dressed for summer, the Queen stepped out in a mint green coat which had hints of cream running through the design.
She paired this with a cream hat, which had a pale green panel at the front and a display of white and yellow flowers.
The long coat was fastened shut and continued down to just below her knee.
Wearing a pair of white gloves, Queen Elizabeth II rested a black leather bag on her arm.
She enhanced her classy look with a cream pearl necklace and earring set.
A matching mint green dress could be spotted underneath her coat.
On her feet, the monarch matched her handbag with a pair of black flat leather shoes.
She kept her make-up simple with a pink lipstick and slick of blusher.
The monarch was spotted with other members of the Royal Family including Peter and Autumn Phillips at the races.
Attending each day of Ascot this year, Queen Elizabeth II has stepped out in a number of lovely suits.
Yesterday, she wore her first bold colour of the week and opted for a hot pink coat and hat.
The vibrant hat had large feather detail which was seen blowing about in the wind.
On Thursday, she turned up for Ladies Day in a grey coat which was given a pop of colour by yellow flower detailing.
She prepared for all weathers with a pair of white gloves.
Dressing up the look, she wore a stunning gold brooch pinned to the left hand side of her jacket.
What is the Royal Ascot dress code?
Known for being strictly implemented, the Royal Ascot dress code is one of the tightest in the racing world.
Royal Ascot produce a detailed guideline every year for guests to follow to ensure there are no style blunders.
The most stringent rules apply in the Royal Enclosure, with ladies having to wear dresses or skirts that fall just above the knee or longer.
Straps must be one inch or greater, with strapless, halter neck and spaghetti straps banned. Midriffs are also not allowed to be on display.
While trouser suits are allowed, they must be full length on the leg and matching material and colour.
Most importantly, hats must be worn, although headpieces with a solid four inch base are permitted. Fascinators are not allowed.
Men must wear black or grey morning dress which includes a waistcoat, tie, top hat and black shoes worn with socks.
This dress code is followed not only by guests but also by members of the Royal Family who attend.
The Queen Anne Enclosure and the Village Enclosure are slightly more relaxed, with fascinators allowed, and dresses or tops with thin straps permitted.