A host of stars braved the windy conditions for a day out at Cheltenham Festival .
Holding onto their hats and skirts in a bid to avoid any embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions, TV hosts and reality stars joined royalty at the huge Ladies’ Day event.
Ready to sip champagne and place their bets, some of the UK’s most famous faces headed to the horse racing for some VIP treatment.
This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes was one of the first to arrive.
However, he was flying solo without his wife Ruth Langsford by his side.
Eamonn looked dapper in a suit and tie with a long black coat to fight off the bitter chill of the wind.
Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, was also in attendance.
She looked classy in a patterned dress and long white coat, with a fur-trimmed hat to complete her look.
Vogue Williams was also seen heading off to the races.
The model, who shares son Theodore with husband Spencer Matthews, looked fabulous in a red tartan coat and brimmed hat.
Vogue was there in her role as official ambassador for Ladbrokes for this upcoming racing season.
Vogue, a keen horse racing fan, also approached Ladbrokes about her desire to compete in a charity horse race, and a thrilling and challenging campaign is being planned that will see Vogue transform herself into a jockey, guided by leading trainer, Jim Boyle, who trains in Epsom, the home of The Derby. The charity race that she is hoping to take part in will be confirmed in the near future.
To ensure she is race-ready Vogue will undertake five months of intensive training, under the expert tutelage of Jim at his training facilities at South Hatch in Epsom where the racehorses in his care have the use of high quality turf and all-weather gallops, next door to Epsom Racecourse, as well as their own private equine spa.
She said: "I love horse racing and grew up riding in Ireland. I’m thrilled to be working with Ladbrokes and really excited to be working with them to help promote the biggest events in this year’s racing calendar both in the UK and my beloved Ireland.
"The chance to become a jockey is a big undertaking and for a lifelong race fan, a dream come true. I’m really grateful to Jim Boyle for his support. I’m looking forward to helping to raise funds for the charity associated with the race, but on top of that I am also really determined to win."
Zara Tindall also made her way to Ladies’ Day, accompanied by husband Mike.
Princess Anne’s daughter is, of course, herself an accomplished equestrian and Olympian.
She was dressed for the occasion in a sleek purple coat, detailed with two rows of buttons, and a matching fascinator.
Mike looked the part in a brown suit and long coat and flat cap.
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins was up for the day out too, despite the windy conditions.
She wore a grey coat over a pink dress and a matching pink fascinator, decorated with flowers.
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