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Niamh Spence

Made In Chelsea's Georgia Toffolo leads the glamour for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot

Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo has led the way alongside other celebrities as they put their most stylish foot forward for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot.

Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo looked stylish and elegant in a red and white polka dot dress paired with an oversized white fascinator. Keeping her makeup simple, she matched her red frock with a subtle red lip as she posed for pictures before the races began.

Georgia wasn't alone in choosing a simple and stylish look to enjoy the annual horse racing event.

Georgia Toffolo looked stylish in red and white (Getty Images for Royal Ascot)
Zara and Mike Tindall have attended all week and looked stylish coordinated for Ladies Day (

Royal Zara Tindall, joined by her husband Mike Tindall as well as King Charles III and Queen Camilla, also enjoyed day three of the horse racing event in Berkshire as Ladies Day got underway.

Keen equestrian Zara and her husband Mike, who appeared on ITV's I'm A Celebrity last year, also followed the event's demure dress code. Zara wore a white lace dress with a keyhole neckline and a white fascinator as she smiled alongside husband Mike in his black morning suit and top hat.

It wasn't just couples in attendance either, as Sabrina Elba struck a tall and stylish silhouette. Sabrina, who married actor Idris Elba in 2019, wore a white suit with a matching white hat as she smiled for cameras alongside other race goers.

Sabrina Elba chose an all white outfit for Ladies Day (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Roy)
Sabrina is married to actor Idris Elba (Dave Benett/Getty Images for Cartier)

Also in attendance at Royal Ascot this week is King Charles III alongside Queen Camilla. Arriving today, Queen Camilla looked demure in pale green with a matching hat as her husband The King wore a grey suit.

The pair were pictured smiling as they awarded their first ever race winner at Royal Ascot.

The stylish outfits by celebrities and spectators attending for Ladies Day included gorgeous dresses, stunning hats or smart morning suits.

When it comes to ladies at Royal Ascot in the Royal Enclosure – the dress code is described as "formal daywear" with a number of strict rules.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla also attended day three of Royal Ascot (Getty Images)

Meanwhile, when it comes to Royal Ascot fashion, the race meeting is best known for its colourful and intricate hats. Hats must be worn in the Royal Enclosure with fascinators banned. In fact, a headpiece must have a minimum base diameter of four inches.

When it comes to male guests in the Royal Enclosure, the rules are just as strict, with morning suits and top hats to be worn pretty much at all times.

Suits have to be black, grey or navy in colour and also include a waistcoat and neck ties as well as a black or grey top hat – with customised headpieces banned.

Hats must be worn at all times, unless in a restaurant, private box, a terrace, balcony or garden.

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