The second day of the Royal Ascot meeting is underway, with The Queen arriving at the racecourse by carriage alongside some of her family, friends and staff.
Wearing duck egg blue, Her Majesty was joined in the first carriage by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Sat alongside Prince Charles was Viscount Brookeborough who has been a Lord-in-Waiting to The Queen for over 20 years.
Following behind in the second carriage was Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. They were joined by the Duke of Edinburgh’s cousin, the Countess Mountbatten of Burma, and racehorse trainer Sir Mark Prescott.
Riding in the 3rd carriage in the procession was Lord and Lady de Mauley – his Lordship is The Queen’s Master of the Horse.
Viscountess Brookeborough and the Deputy Master of the Royal Household, Lieutenant Colonel Charles Richards also had seats in the carriage.
In the final carriage of the procession were Charles & Agnieszka Butter who are close friends of The Royal Family and have appeared in many carriage processions over the years.
The Queen’s Lady-in-Waiting, Dame Annabel Whitehead was also in the 4th carriage, as was Mark Magee – the Earl & Countess of Wessex’s Deputy Private Secretary.