Glam racegoers flood into Epsom for Ladies' Day as fans get in Jubilee spirit with brilliant Union Jack outfits

GLAMOROUS racegoers have piled into Epsom for Ladies' Day as they get into the Jubilee spirit.

Punters are arriving at the ever-popular event dressed to impress as the UK celebrates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.





Racegoers have pulled out all the stops as usual, donning their finest suits and best frocks.

And this year, there is a Union Jack theme running through outfits.

It wouldn't be Epsom Races without punters wearing a mindboggling array of elaborate headwear.

A number of racegoers have added a patriotic theme to their hats this time around, with Union Jacks featuring on a number of them.

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Colourful dresses can be seen all over the venue, with plenty of frills to add to the thrills of the racing.

The Queen had hoped to be in attendance for the Epsom Derby.

Royal staffers pulled out all the stops to try and get her to Epsom, despite her limited mobility.

Her majesty is a passionate horse owner and breeder.

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But the Times claim it is now unlikely that she will be able to attend the Derby.

The Queen appeared on her balcony at Buckingham Palace yesterday as she was honoured.

But after feeling "discomfort" 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 misses out due to Covid.





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