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Neben den Pferden sind es beim Royal Ascot aber vor allem die Hüte der Gäste, die für Queen Elizabeth II. mit Prinz Philip in Ascot. Queen Elizabeth II. (94) wird das erste Mal in ihrer jährigen Regentschaft nicht beim Royal Ascot sein. Das fünftägige Pferderennen-Event. Queen Elizabeth II attends day 2 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, in Ascot, England. the queen at Royal Ascot #queenshats the queen at Royal Ascot Mehr dazu. the queen at Royal Ascot #queenshats. Find this Pin and more on. Das berühmte britische Pferderennen „Royal Ascot“ soll wegen der Coronavirus-Krise in diesem Jahr ohne Zuschauer - und somit auch ohne.
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Pictures taken this morning showed the usually bustling grandstands and hospitality enclosures empty aside from the occasional member of staff.
The first race, The Buckingham Palace Stakes, will begin at 1. The empty stand at Ascot this year, where coronavirus social distancing measures mean allowing in crowds would be impossible.
The organisers of the Cheltenham Festival were criticised for going ahead with the event in March. Pictured is Ascot Racecourse today.
A welcome to Ascot sign at the Ascot Racecourse, which would usually be thronging with visitors coming to watch the historic race meeting.
Pictured is one of the racecourse's car parks today. These ticket collection and sales booths at Ascot will remain unused this year as everyone is forced to watch the event on TV from home.
Royal Ascot flags on the high street in Ascot as the Royal Ascot meeting takes place behind closed doors during the coronavirus outbreak.
The event usually features lavish displays of royal pomp. Pictured is the front gate, complete with a gold crown and union flags in the background.
Hat's the spirit! Zara and Mike Tindall leads Royal Ascot fans dressing up in race day finery at home as the festival takes place behind closed doors - while the Queen sends her 'best wishes' as she watches from Windsor.
Royal Ascot fans have donned their best hats and dresses from the comfort of their own home today as the race meeting commenced for the first time behind closed doors.
For the first time since becoming a 'royal week' in , the five-day festival will not be open to the , visitors who usually descend on the racecourse.
Among the racing enthusiasts staying at home is the Queen, who has been forced to skip the event for the first time in her year reign. In a note shared today, the monarch praised the 'valiant' efforts of organisers and said she is sure it will still be the 'highlight' of the racing calendar, despite the 'different' circumstances.
Among the glamorous would-be racegoers taking part are Zara and Mike Tindall, who posed for a photo from their home on Princess Anne's Gatcombe estate in Gloucestershire, where they have been in lockdown with their two children, Mia, six, and Lena, one.
Zara and Mike Tindall were seen dressed up for the occasion at their home to celebrate Royal Ascot. A stylish Royal Ascot fan was pictured wearing a Camilla Rose hat for the occasion left.
Nazer Bullen was pictured wearing a floral red dress and rainbow fascinator. Georgia Toffolo announced on her Instagram stories today that she was joining in the virtual event.
A fan from Australia dresses up in a pink and orange ensemble to celebrate the day left. A milliner wears one of her latest pieces titled 'Our lives in Their Hands' for the virtual event right.
Feeling fabulous! One group of would-be racegoers got together in a garden today. Zara Tindall, 39, was pictured wearing a bespoke hat by Juliette Botterill and dress by Beulah, while Mike, 41, looked dapper in a top hat and morning suit.
Pictures taken at Ascot Racecourse today showed the usually bustling grandstands and hospitality enclosures empty aside from the occasional member of staff, while the roads surrounding the venue were largely deserted.
Watching from home is the Queen, 94, who praised the 'valiant' efforts of those involved in working to make this year's event a success in a message for the Ascot racecards.
She wrote: 'I send my best wishes to the thousands of racing professionals and enthusiasts who will join me in celebrating this year's Royal Ascot. Wilnelia Forsyth pictured in a rainbow fascinator to celebrate the role of key workers during the Covid pandemic left.
Sasha Wilkins posed in a navy dress and floral headpiece to mark the event right. Mother and Made in Chelsea star Tabitha Willet donned a coral dress and nude fascinator as she posed in her garden in London.
A man and woman enjoy champagne as they hang a banner reading 'Absolutely Fake Ascot' from their caravan today. As an owner, the monarch will have access to a virtual Royal Ascot parade ring to be able to view her horses from Windsor Castle, where she and the Duke of Edinburgh have been since March.
Annabel Sampson. Zara and Mike Tindall have already dressed up for the first day of Ascot at Home, and hopefully the public will be treated to more of the royals enjoying the proceedings virtually over the upcoming days.
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By Annabel Sampson. By Astrid Joss. The monarch sent her thoughts on behalf of the Royal Family.