Royal Ascot 2019: Kate Middleton looks beautiful as she arrives alongside husband Prince William and the Queen

Kate Middleton arrived at Royal Ascot alongside her husband Prince William today.

Attending the first day of the prestigious races, the mum-of-three looked simply stunning for the occasion.

Opting for a cornflower blue dress from Ellie Saab, which matched the Queen's blue outfit, she accessorised her ensemble with a large Philip Treacy hat and stylish silver stiletto heels.

The 37 year old completed her look with a pair of pearl drop earrings, while her hair was styled in a neat bun under her hat.

Dressed appropriately for the occasion, Prince William wore a morning suit, as did his father, Prince Charles.

As always, the Queen looked beautiful as she coordinated her blue coat to her hat.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, opted for a powder pink outfit which accessorised with a eye-catching pearl choker necklace.

Zara Tindall was also present, stunning in a floral dress and blue hat as she chatted to her cousin-in-law Kate in the royal enclosure.

Waving at race-goers, the Queen arrived inside the royal enclosure in a horse and carriage, as she prepared for the week-long event.

The Royal family will watch the races inside the royal box, which is an invitation only area.

Addressing the 30,000 people who are expected to attend the event, The Queen wrote in the opening programme: “Racing began at Ascot over 300 years ago and while much has changed, the horses remain the stars, thrilling us with their beauty, brilliance and courage.

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"The quality and depth of competition at the royal meeting has also continued to prosper, with eight group one races taking place this week.

"The best horses and jockeys from across the globe are increasingly drawn to Royal Ascot, and it is truly exciting to welcome competitors from overseas, as strong international competition adds further interest and fascination."

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