Prince William wore velvet robes and ostrich plume in his hat for the annual celebration of the Order of the Garter, one of the oldest orders of knighthood in the U.K. Kate Middleton watched proudly as
The monarch will attend every day of the annual horse race—but in years past, she used to kick off the event by getting on horseback herself. When Royal Ascot kicks off on Tuesday, the most familiar face
The British social season hits a posh pinnacle this week with Royal Ascot, the annual series of exclusive horse races in Berkshire, England. There will be blue-blooded guests: last year Meghan Markle her
She was a standout in white. Kate Middleton started off the week on a very fancy note as she stepped out with the royal family for Garter Day, one of the most formal events on the Queen's calendar. On
The Spanish and Dutch royals made a very chic appearance. The yearly Order of the Garter ceremony is one of the flashiest and most exciting events on the British royals' calendar. This year, Queen Elizabeth,
Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Prince Charles were all decked out in velvet royal robes. Kate Middleton stepped out in a chic ensemble alongside the queen, Prince Charles and Prince William at St.
• 2019's Order of the Garter took place on June 17, and was attended by members of the royal family such as the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William. • Founded in 1348 by King Edward III, the Order
(CNN) — Britain's royal family, toffs, top hats and world-class horse racing -- there is little more quintessentially British than Royal Ascot. The summer spectacle, which begins Tuesday in Berkshire,