Breasts bare at Royal Ascot, Prince Andrew’s ex breaks the royal dress code, shocking!

On this third day of Royal Ascot 2022, place at Ladies Day, Women’s Day. At Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire, Lady Victoria Hervey took the risk of breaking the dress code in incendiary gear. Dressed in a white dress, while the theme of the event was floral, she revealed her plastic in a transparent shirt, which she sported without bra. Prince Andrew’s ex aristocrat and it girlshe is not the only one to have bent the dress code of this day since many women were seen with looks not really in the theme, but for the less extravagant for some.

At 45, Lady Victoria has revealed that time has no hold on her. In this blouse, revealing her chest, the Briton probably caused a sensation at this coveted equestrian event. However, the rules of this day are quite clear, dresses and tops with transparent sections are clearly not allowed. Nothing stops Lady Victoria. Others, on the other hand, were perfectly on the ropes, this Thursday, June 16, 2022. Indeed, members of the royal family shone with elegance for this Royal Ascot, thus worthily representing Queen Elizabeth II, who has not yet been able to participate.

Zara Tindall and Sophie de Wessex very elegant

Her Majesty’s daughter Princess Anne, 71, was in attendance alongside her husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence and daughter Zara Tindall. The latter was in the company of her husband Mike Tindall, as well as Sophie, the Countess of Wessex. The mother of three, Mia, Lena and Lucas Tindall, opted for a cream Laura Green coat dress with pink buttons and a hat with a flower, Justine Bradley-Hill. Sophie from Wessex was also very elegant in a Suzannah floral dress, which cost nearly 5,000 pounds sterling. A substantial price to be in the theme, fortunately.

The queen is conspicuous by her absence

It was this Thursday, June 16 that it was confirmed that Her Majesty would again miss this day of Ascot. Queen Elizabeth II, who has attended every royal meeting since her accession to the throne in 1952 except when held behind closed doors in 2020, missed the first two days earlier this week, due to problems mobility that persist.

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