• Kings Charles is joined by two of his cousins
  • At Ladies Day on day three of Royal Ascot
  • They are his maternal cousins

Royal Ascot's Ladies Day turned into a family affair as King Charles (73) was joined by a stylish ensemble of royals, including his close cousins, Lady Sarah Chatto (57) and the 2nd Earl of Snowdon (60). After a brief hiatus to fulfill his royal duties, Charles made a striking comeback, proving that when it comes to royal commitments and fashion, he's always on point!

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"Watch their arrival below..." teased the announcer as the royals made their grand entrance. The King, known for his sartorial elegance, didn't disappoint, donning a grey morning suit paired with a fetching blue waistcoat. By his side, the Queen complemented him perfectly in a white pleated dress, adorned with a striking emerald brooch.

Fashion on fleek

The royal ladies brought their fashion A-game to the races. Princess Anne, in her third Ascot appearance, opted for a light blue embroidered outfit, topped with a wide-brimmed floral hat. Lady Sarah Chatto, not to be outdone, was the picture of elegance in a cobalt blue dress, her oversized hat a nod to the event's grandeur.

The Duchess of Edinburgh, celebrating her Silver Wedding anniversary, turned heads in a bridal-esque Suzannah London dress, while Zara Tindall chose a puff-sleeved frock by Rebecca Vallance, her boater-style hat by Sarah Cant adding the perfect finishing touch.

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The King's outing with his cousins highlights the close bond shared within the royal family, a sentiment echoed by their collective presence at such a cherished event. As the royals mingled, laughed, and enjoyed the races, it was a reminder of the unity and strength that lies at the heart of the monarchy.