Best Dressed Celebrities at Royal Ascot 2022: Holly Willoughby, Helen George, Oti Mabuse and more
Royal Ascot celebrities and royal fashion: From Holly Willoughby to Oti Mabuse and more, keep scrolling to discover the best-dressed celebrities who attended Royal Ascot 2022
Royal Ascot 2022 has arrived and we are ready to feast on exquisite and extravagant outfits. Of royal ladies such as Zara Tindal to beloved celebrities like Holly Willoughbythe stars came out in force with eye-catching looks for this year’s sunny event.
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Royal Ascot runs from June 14-18 this year, we’ve already seen a handful of amazing sets. From pretty pastels to shocking prints, from feathers to tulle, keep scrolling to check out some of the best-dressed celebrity outfits from this year’s equestrian extravaganza.
Zara Tindall looked radiant in an ethereal dress from Anna Mason London, with a timeless black bow belt and a mottled dahlia print in aubergine, dusty pink and gray tones. The fairytale dress, which featured enchanting detailing on the puff sleeves and round neckline, was accented with nude pink high heels and a tailored pom-pom headdress.
Sophie Countess of Wessex donned perhaps her best look yet with this royally pink ensemble. Prince Edward’s wife looked stunning in the baby pink dress of Suzanne London featuring long sleeves and a sophisticated cowl neck with lightly draped layers. A wide-brimmed raspberry-pink hat sat on the royal’s head, which took her sartorial prowess to a whole new level.
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Princess Beatrice wore a white and celestial pink floral shirt dress by Zimmerman which came complete with sheer layers, puff sleeves and a beige woven belted waistband. A large headband with sunset-toned flower detailing and a custom straw pouch designed for the ultimate summertime dress concoction.
This morning star Holly Willoughby graced the scenes in a Suzanne London Long candy pink dress with wide bow neckline and thick straps. The star honed her romantic aesthetic with a wide brim Philip Treacy Hat which boasted a flattering pink hue with floral detailing. She completed the all-pink look with a suede clutch for an extra practical touch.
Dee Koppang O’Leary
Dee Koppang O’Leary looked stunning when she arrived at Ascot with husband Dermot O’Leary. The television and film director opted for a Topshop monochrome dress via ASOSthat she teamed up with a Tom Ford Black Blazera bag of prawns and a hat john lewis. It gets a 10 out of 10 from us.
Oti Mabuse went all out on the color front for this year’s event. The Strictly star shone in an emerald green midi dress with long sleeves, a v-neck, wrap effect and dramatic bow detailing which she paired with a contrasting raspberry pink hat. A pair of barely there silver heels completed the dancer’s metallic jumpsuit.
Loose Women Penny Lancaster opted for a belted floral number, sporting a white strapless midi dress with a waterfall print of lavender and bluebell. A royal blue satin scarf adorned her shoulders, complemented by a dark blue hat encrusted with azure embellishments. by Sir Rod Stewart woman clutched an aubergine suede clutch to finish off her cool-hued aesthetic.
For her choice of dress, Helen George certainly didn’t shy away from making loud impressions. The Call the midwife The actress donned a floor-length black Alice Temperley dress with short puff sleeves and a scoop neckline, crafted from thin layers of black tulle. A decadent pattern formed of intertwining leaf shapes wrapped around the striking garment in tones of fern green, mustard, pale pink, sky blue and white.
Model Rosie Tapner twirled for the cameras in a Laura Green London Skater skirt midi dress showcasing the shade of the season – hot pink. Flaunting a belted waist, long sleeves, a scoop neckline and a zipped ribbed bodice, the dress caught the eye as it was paired with a shiny floral fascinator with feather-like structures protruding from the edge.
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Lady Eliza Spencer
Lady Eliza Spencer mimicked Audrey Hepburn’s true energy as she stepped out in a black knit sweater, black and tan floral soutache lace embroidered skirt, black wrap belt and the Audrey bucket bag from the Spring Summer 2022 Michael Kors Collection. The blonde beauty wore a tall black hat with dramatic mesh detailing that lightly shielded her radiant face and paired the ensemble with barely there black heels.
Lady Amelia Spencer
Lady Amelia Spencer complemented her twin sister perfectly by wearing a monochrome organic silk crepe de chine midi dress and a black dress gramercy minaudière from the spring-summer 2022 collection by Michael Kors. The end of Princess Diana The niece polished off her look with a sand colored headpiece with delicate black mesh and a pair of black pointy toe heels.
Countess Sophie came out for the second day of racing wearing a Suzanne London Serene mid-blue dress featuring an intricate eyelet finish, long sleeves, a high neck, attention-grabbing ruffled trims and an ankle-length skirt. She paired the summery number with a pair of sky blue Prada high heels and a matching snakeskin leather clutch from Sophie Habsburg, while a large fascinator burst with cornflower blue flowers.
Maya Jama Set the bar high with this statement dress from Zimmerman. The sensational marbled pink tulip dress featured a high Victorian collar, long shearling sleeves with flutter trims and culminated in a cascade of dramatic rhododendron-like ruffles.
Subtle shimmering embellishments dotted the head-turning number, which this star accentuated with a cosmic-yet-floral headpiece.
Hana Cross turned heads in a sweet Victorian dress by Alessandra Rich, showcasing a vintage yellow, lilac and muted pink color palette. The floral dress was completed with an oversized white peter pan collar, v-neckline, black ribbon detailing and short sleeves. An ornate gothic black fascinator Brooklyn Beckham ex-girlfriend’s head and shielded her face with a sultry layer of netting.
Pop singer Mabel opted for a less conventional look on race day – and we’re into it. The star put together a chocolate brown jacket and matching miniskirt, displaying ornate Baroque gold embroidery, antique-style handle pockets, a pointed look and a classic collar. She amped up her look with gold barely there heels and a matching gold floral teardrop headpiece.
Society sweetheart Ellie Bamber graced the stage in a white Valentino shirt dress that exuded fifties flair. The belted garment featured the luxury brand’s badge, a classic collar, a fit and flare silhouette and rolled up sleeves. The actress completed the outfit with timeless black heels, a leather handbag and a simple black boater.
Georgia Toffolo was aiming for gold with his metallic outfit on race day. The TV star strutted past the cameras in a shimmering gold jumpsuit that exuded eighties eclecticism. A heart-shaped keyhole effect, high neckline, long sleeves with sheepskin tabs, button detailing and a tightly cinched waist make this the ultimate party uniform. She finished her jumpsuit look with black barely there heels, black gloves and a black fascinator with protruding petal plumage.
Hello Brittany host Charlotte Hawkin she looks like she is coming out of the pages of a fairy tale book with her charming Cinderella dress. The sky blue dress featured short sleeves encrusted with precious stones and a high neck, an embellished belt and a flared skirt. A pair of pearly princess heels accentuated the timeless allure of the romantic dress.
Duchess Kate arrived at the races in the most beautiful polka dot dress of Alessandra Rich. Featuring a black and white print, midi length, long sleeves, high neck and belted waist, the dress is one of the royal’s most exquisite looks to date. She paired the timeless number with coffee-coloured heels and a matching clutch – for all her royal race day essentials.
Ferne McCann arrived on the fourth day of racing in a pink wrap-effect midi dress by self-portrait. Crafted in pastel pink stretch-crepe, the dress featured a sweetheart neckline, a wrap bodice, box pleats at the sleeves and a sultry side slit. A decadent pink headpiece in a strawberry hue was complemented by a matching red leather handbag that displayed the star’s initials in gold lettering.
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