Queen Elizabeth arrived for her fifth and final day of Royal Ascot, joined by the Duke of York, Lord Valentine Cecil and Mr. John Warren.
The Queen looked regal and fantastic in a stunning aquamarine ensemble, complimented by an impressive feather hat and a pair of lilac gloves.
The 92-year-old royal was wheeled down to the course in style in a horse-drawn carriage, as thousands of race-goers watch on and cheered for the finale day of the epic races.
She was not joined by husband Prince Philip, who stepped down from his royal duties last May.
Royal Ascot has been attended by many celebrities and royals over the past few days, with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also making an appearance earlier in the week.
Kelly Brook also attended the star-studded event on Saturday, with previous days seeing the likes of Gemma Collins and Mo Farah in attendance.
Gemma Collins is dressed to impress as she wears a sequin dress with tut tut detail around the bottom for her day at the races [Splash ]
It was Meghan’s debut at Royal Ascot on Tuesday, a month after marrying Prince Harry.
The Duke of Sussex’s wife opted for another Givenchy outfit after choosing the designer for her bridal gown and again for her royal visit to Chester with the Queen.
Meghan, 37, looked stunning in the white ensemble and matching hat with Prince Harry by her side.
Her entire ensemble was from the designer, with a bespoke hat from Queen Elizabeth’s favourite hat maker, Philip Treacy.
Meghan wore a white, floaty shirt dress that came down to her ankles that featured a small black belt.
She wore her hair in her signature bun and a black and white hat on her head.