• The stands are eerily quiet ahead of another packed house at Royal Ascot
  • The racegoers were arriving early ahead of Ladies Day
  • Which horse will follow in these hoofprints today?
  • Chefs Tom Kerridge and Raymond Blanc ensured a right Royal feast
  • It was a day for bright colours and bold prints at Ascot
  • The Tootsie Rollers were on hand to provide the entertainment
  • Hopefully this bookie gives better percentages on the racing!
  • Michael Owen looks pensive ahead of a big day for Brown Panther
  • I hate it when someone else wears the same outfit as me
  • The staff cheerily check over this racegoer's particulars
  • Mike Read was among the celebrities at Ladies Day
  • We've heard of money growing on trees but...
  • National treasure Katherine Jenkins may have had a quick shy at the Jackpot
  • The queen luckily arrives in time for the opening race
  • The Princess Royal was also in attendance
  • Baitha Alga goes for home in the Norfolk Stakes...
  • and Richard Hannon's colt blasts away from his rivals...
  • to give Frankie Dettori another Royal Ascot winner
  • ...and he cannot help but milk the moment!
  • Princess Eugenie takes a look at the horses in the paddock
  • Cannock Chase is committed for home in the Tercentenary Stakes
  • and Sir Michael Stoute's colt lengthens willingly for Ryan Moore
  • Ryan Moore is all smiles on his return to the winners enclosure
  • A smiling Sir Bobby Charlton was presenting the prizes
  • Sir Bobby Charlton shares a joke with Ryan Moore
  • Onto the Ribblesdale and Bracelet gives Ballydoyle a first winner of the week.
  • Leading Light edges out Estimate to win a thrilling Gold Cup
  • It was a thriller with Missunited, Estimate and the winner flashing past the post together
  • There's a thumbs up from the winning rider
  • Despite the defeat the owner of the second is prepared to hand over the trophy
  • David Probert celebrates as Born In Bombay wins the Britannia
  • Elite Army and Kieren Fallon win the closing King George V Stakes

Royal Ascot Day 3

The stands are eerily quiet ahead of another packed house at Royal Ascot