Impeccable style: Queen radiant in bold fuchsia for 6th engagement in one week
Queen Elizabeth was the colourful view among many grey outfits at this year’s Royal Windsor Cup.
For her final royal engagement of the week, she spent it as a guest of honour at the Guard’s polo Club’s oldest tournament and presented the trophy to the winning team.
The senior royal member looked radiant in a bold fuchsia coat and floral dress, once again proving she is not one to ever shy away from a bit of colour.
It has certainly been a busy week for the monarch who attended Royal Ascot this week as well – making it her sixth engagement.
To accessorise the bright look, she paired her coat with a matching hat decorated with equally dazzling flowers and feathers on the front.
The 93-year-old added a pearl necklace and earrings along with a silver brooch to complete the regal, classy look.
Historically, the Finals Day for the Royal Windsor Cup is attended by the Queen and Guard’s Polo Club’s President, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Guard's Polo Club was founded on 25 January 1955 with Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, as the club’s President.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the Queen’s vibrant look.