Prince William delights royal fans as he makes dapper appearance at Ascot

The Prince of Wales made an appearance at the Ascot racecourse in Berkshire.

Prince William has arrived for the second day of this year’s Royal Ascot, much to the delight of many royal fans.

The Prince of Wales beamed as his carriage entered the parade ring, which was the first of the royal procession and included Queen Camilla and the Earl and Countess of Halifax.

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Following behind them in the second carriage were the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Lord and Lady Lloyd Boyd.

In the third carriage there was Princess Eugenie with her husband Jack Brooksbank, Lady Sarah Keswick and horse trainer Sir Mark Prescott.

Finally, the fourth carriage included the Queen’s friend Fiona Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marchioness of Lansdowne, the seventh Earl of Rosslyn, and the Baron and Baroness von Westenholz.

For the first time today, the heir to the throne will present the trophy for the Prince of Wales Stakes, while Eugenie will present The Duke of Cambridge Stakes and The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester will do the same with the Queen’s Vase.

William looked dapper in his black tophat and suit for the second day of the famous Berkshire meet.

Yesterday, King Charles and Queen Camilla led the royals during day one of the races as their carriage was the first of the royal procession and were joined by the Duke and Duchess of Wellington.

Following behind them was Princess Anne, her son Peter Phillips, Lady Gabriella Kingston and the Firm’s racing manager John Warren.

The King and Queen wished the racegoers the “best of luck” in chasing the “thrill of a Royal Ascot winner”.


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