GLAMOR racing fans packed into Epsom for Women’s Day as they got into the Jubilee spirit.
Punters arrive at the ever-popular event dressed to impress as the UK celebrates the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Racegoers went all out as usual, donning their finest suits and best dresses.
And this year, there’s a Union Jack theme running through the outfits.
It wouldn’t be the races at Epsom without punters wearing a dazzling array of elaborate headgear.
A number of onlookers added a patriotic theme to their hats this time around, with Union Jacks featured on a number of them.
Colorful dresses can be seen all over the venue, with lots of ruffles to add to the racing thrill.
The Queen had hoped to be present for the Epsom Derby.
Royal staff members did everything they could to try to get him to Epsom, despite his limited mobility.
Her Majesty is an avid horse owner and breeder.
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But The Times says it is now unlikely she will be able to attend the Derby.
The Queen appeared on her balcony at Buckingham Palace yesterday as she was being honored.
But after feeling ‘uncomfortable’ she pulled out of today’s Jubilee service at St Paul’s Cathedral.
She will be represented by Prince Charles at the event.
Although Prince Andrew is away due to Covid.
Writing exclusively for SunSport, racing hero Frankie Dettori has revealed it would be special to win the Epsom Oaks over Emily Upjohn following the death of his hero Lester Piggott.