Ferne McCann catches the eye in a bright pink midi dress while Georgia Toffolo wows in a lace gown as stars overcome the hottest day of the year on day four of Royal Ascot

  •  The fourth day of The Royal Ascot kicked off at Ascot Racecourse in Berkshire on Friday
  •  Ferne McCann and Georgia Toffolo were among stars battling the blistering heat with temperatures of 34C
  • In a rare concession, Royal Ascot is set to relax its dress code due to the scorching temperatures 
  • The TOWIE star wore a sophisticated bright pink midi dress whilst Toff showed off her svelte physique in a revealing sheer lace gown

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Ferne McCann and Georgia Toffolo were among stars battling the blistering heat as they attended the fourth day of Royal Ascot on Friday.

Stepping out on what's set to be the hottest day of the year with temperatures of 34C, TOWIE star Ferne McCann put on a very sophisticated display in a bright pink midi dress.

Meanwhile, former Made In Chelsea star Toff showed off her svelte physique in a revealing sheer lace gown with a dramatic matching headpiece as she arrived for another day at the races. 

Glamorous! Ferne McCann and Georgia Toffolo (right) were among stars battling the blistering heat as they attended the fourth day of Royal Ascot on Friday
Glamorous: Toff stunned in a sheer nude lace dress with a dramatic thigh-high split

Glamorous! Ferne McCann (left) and Georgia Toffolo (right) were among stars battling the blistering heat as they attended the fourth day of Royal Ascot on Friday

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Ferne turned heads at the event, slipping into a bubblegum pink coloured number which featured capped sleeves and ruching on the bodice. 

The TV personality accessorised her look with a flamboyant floral red fascinator which she teamed with a matching handbag and barely-there pink heels. 

Finishing her look, Ferne added a smattering of delicate gold jewellery and swept her locks into a neat up 'do, while she added a dewy palette of make-up to her face. 

Pink lady: Ferne turned heads at the event, slipping into a bubblegum pink coloured number which featured capped sleeves and ruching on the bodice

Pink lady: Ferne turned heads at the event, slipping into a bubblegum pink coloured number which featured capped sleeves and ruching on the bodice

Pulling out all the stops: The TV personality accessorised her look with a flamboyant floral red fascinator which she teamed with a matching handbag and barely-there pink heels
Fabulous: Finishing her look, Ferne added a smattering of delicate gold jewellery and swept her locks into a neat up 'do, while she added a dewy palette of make-up to her face

Pink lady: Ferne also turned heads at the event, slipping into a bubblegum pink coloured number which featured capped sleeves and ruching on the bodice

Having already wowed with her glamorous Ascot looks, Georgia put on yet another showstopping display as she arrived for the latest day of the lavish racing event.

The former I'm A Celebrity star slipped into the form-fitting nude dress with a sheer skirt and lace detailing, that boasted long sleeves despite the warm weather.

Adding some height to her look with platform heels, Georgia accessorised her look with a sophisticated handbag and a dramatic headpiece with multiple layers of netting.

Sensational: Stepping out on what's set to be the hottest day of the year, the former Made In Chelsea star showed off her svelte physique in a revealing sheer lace gown with a dramatic matching headpiece

Sensational: Stepping out on what's set to be the hottest day of the year, the former Made In Chelsea star showed off her svelte physique in a revealing sheer lace gown with a dramatic matching headpiece

Amazing! Toff often enjoys a day at the races and told in an excitable social media post back in March how she had 'beginners luck' after her win at Cheltenham and luck was on her side yet again when she enjoyed another flutter at Ascot

Amazing! Toff often enjoys a day at the races and told in an excitable social media post back in March how she had 'beginners luck' after her win at Cheltenham and luck was on her side yet again when she enjoyed another flutter at Ascot

Well done! After betting £500, Toff walked away with £6,500 and has vowed to donate her winnings to the children's ward at St George's Hospital, the largest children hospital in the UK

Well done! After betting £500, Toff walked away with £6,500 and has vowed to donate her winnings to the children's ward at St George's Hospital, the largest children hospital in the UK

Toff often enjoys a day at the races and told in an excitable social media post back in March how she had 'beginners luck' after betting £5,000 on the opening run which resulted in a £65,000 win at Cheltenham. 

And luck was on her side yet again when she enjoyed another flutter at Ascot, proudly posing for a photo with her betting slip.  

After betting £500, Toff walked away with £6,500 and has vowed to donate her winnings to the children's ward at St George's Hospital, the largest children hospital in the UK.

Beaming: Meanwhile Charlotte embraced the warm summer weather by donning a blue frilled midi dress adorned with a pink floral print

Beaming: Meanwhile Charlotte embraced the warm summer weather by donning a blue frilled midi dress adorned with a pink floral print

Bringing the glamour: The Good Morning Britain presenter accessorised her look with fuchsia pink pointed-toe heels and a matching fascinator as she posed for snaps at the event

Bringing the glamour: The Good Morning Britain presenter accessorised her look with fuchsia pink pointed-toe heels and a matching fascinator as she posed for snaps at the event

Meanwhile Charlotte embraced the warm summer weather by donning a blue frilled midi dress adorned with a pink floral print.

The Good Morning Britain presenter accessorised her look with fuchsia pink pointed-toe heels and a matching fascinator as she posed for snaps at the event.

Smooth FM presenter Jenni Falconer was pictured making her way to the races after leaving Global Studios in London, opting to take a tube in her stylish races look with her fascinator in hand.

Off she goes! Smooth FM presenter Jenni Falconer was pictured making her way to the races after leaving Global Studios in London
Leaving: She was seen leaving the studio with her bag and grey fascinator in hand

Off she goes! Smooth FM presenter Jenni Falconer was pictured making her way to the races after leaving Global Studios in London, opting to take a tube in her stylish races look with her fascinator in hand

Chic: The radio host cut a stylish figure in a yellow frilled midi dress with a frilled layered skirt with a criss-cross neckline, teamed with a grey fascinator while making her to the event on the Northern Line

Chic: The radio host cut a stylish figure in a yellow frilled midi dress with a frilled layered skirt with a criss-cross neckline, teamed with a grey fascinator while making her to the event on the Northern Line

The radio host cut a stylish figure in a yellow frilled midi dress with a frilled layered skirt with a criss-cross neckline, teamed with a grey fascinator.

Seen by many as the calendar highlight of the British summer season, Royal Ascot has finally returned to its former, pre-pandemic glory - with attendees unhindered by Covid restrictions and encouraged to go all out in the sartorial stakes.

According this year's published Style Guide for the event, the eleventh of its kind, requests formality remains in the Royal Enclosure - but hints at a more relaxed approach elsewhere, suggesting exuberant occasion wear is positively encouraged in 2022.

Beautiful: Model Rosie Tapner embraced the summer weather in a white floral midi dress with an oversized floral bow detailing
Glam: She teamed the dress with black heels and a matching boater hat

Beautiful: Model Rosie Tapner embraced the summer weather in a white floral midi dress with an oversized floral bow detailing, teamed with a matching boater hat

Flawless: She styled her glossy brunette tresses into a sleek bun and completed the look with simple gold drop earrings

Flawless: She styled her glossy brunette tresses into a sleek bun and completed the look with simple gold drop earrings

Pretty: Elsewhere Georgia Harrison looked stunning in a fitted white dress
Glam: She teamed her frock with a pink hat
Work it: She posed confidently at the event

Pretty: Elsewhere Georgia Harrison looked stunning in a fitted white dress

Radiant: She showed off her bronzed glow with a pretty makeup look and wore her blonde tresses in loose waves

Radiant: She showed off her bronzed glow with a pretty makeup look and wore her blonde tresses in loose waves 

Bronzed: She teamed her dress with the brown hat that had a pink silk ribbon on it

Bronzed: She teamed her dress with the brown hat that had a pink silk ribbon on it 

Couples' day! Piers Morgan cut a dapper figure as he arrived at the races with his wife Celia Walden

Couples' day! Piers Morgan cut a dapper figure as he arrived at the races with his wife Celia Walden

And in a Royal Ascot first, male attendees have been told they can remove their ties today as Britain braces itself for the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures reaching 34C (93.2F) in some parts of the country.

Men in all enclosures will be allowed to remove their jackets and ties once the traditional royal carriage procession has ended, usually just after 2pm. The Queen has two horses running today but is not expected to attend, amid her ongoing mobility issues.

As temperatures are likely to be above the late twenties and early thirties, men may remove their ties and jackets as the day progresses but must still wear all other parts of the dress code.

Happy: Prime Minister Boris Johnson's wife Carrie slipped into a sleek white dress with capped sleeves and a feather-inspired fascinator for the event

Happy: Prime Minister Boris Johnson's wife Carrie slipped into a sleek white dress with capped sleeves and a feather-inspired fascinator for the event

A Royal Ascot spokesman said: 'Race goers will be expected to arrive compliant but can remove jackets and ties as the day goes on due to the high temperatures.

'There is precedent for dress code not being enforced for hot weather and one year, visitors were advised to wear boots if they were using the Royal Enclosure Gardens when they were waterlogged.

'It's rare to relax the dress code but common sense has to apply in extremes of temperature or weather conditions, for everyone's safety and comfort.'

THE OFFICIAL ROYAL ASCOT STYLE GUIDE 2022 

ROYAL ENCLOSURE DRESS CODE 

LADIES  

Pictured left: Favourbrook jacket £720, trousers £250, waistcoat £320, tie £95, pocket square £35, Oliver Brown top hat £500, Shirt £85, Shoes: Haes and Curtis £149. Pictured right: The Vampire's Wife dress £1,650, Handbag £450, Hat: Edwina Ibbotson £1,580, Shoes: Roger Vivier £1,350, Ring: Garrard £8,000

Pictured left: Favourbrook jacket £720, trousers £250, waistcoat £320, tie £95, pocket square £35, Oliver Brown top hat £500, Shirt £85, Shoes: Haes and Curtis £149. Pictured right: The Vampire's Wife dress £1,650, Handbag £450, Hat: Edwina Ibbotson £1,580, Shoes: Roger Vivier £1,350, Ring: Garrard £8,000 

Erdem dress £2490, hat £1395, gloves £390, Emilia Wickstead shoes £515, earrings: 4element. Available to rent.

Erdem dress £2490, hat £1395, gloves £390, Emilia Wickstead shoes £515, earrings: 4element. Available to rent. 

  • Dresses and skirts should be of modest length defined as falling just above the knee or longer. 
  • Dresses and tops should have straps of one inch or greater. Strapless, off the shoulder, halter neck and spaghetti straps are not permitted. Dresses and tops with sheer straps and sleeves are also not permitted.
  • Jackets and pashminas may be worn. Tops and dresses underneath should still comply with the Royal Enclosure Dress Code. Midriffs must be covered. 
  • Trouser suits are welcome. They should be of full-length to the ankle and of matching material and colour.
  • Jumpsuits are welcome. They should fall below the knee, with regulations matching that for dresses. 
  • Hats should be worn; however, a headpiece which has a solid base of 4 inches (10cm) or more in diameter is acceptable as an alternative to a hat. Fascinators are not permitted. 

GIRLS

  • Girls (aged 10-17) should dress in accordance with the Ladies' Dress Code. However, they may wear a headpiece or fascinator as an alternative to a hat, without any size restriction. 

 GENTLEMEN

Favourbrook jacket £720, trousers £250, waistcoat £280, tie £110, shoes £320, Oliver Brown top hat £500, shirt £85

Favourbrook jacket £720, trousers £250, waistcoat £280, tie £110, shoes £320, Oliver Brown top hat £500, shirt £85 

It is a requirement to wear black, grey or navy morning dress which must include: 

  • A waistcoat and tie (no cravats or bow ties)
  • A black or grey top hat
  • Black shoes worn with socks

A gentleman may remove his top hat within a restaurant, a Private Box, a private club or a facility’s terrace, balcony or garden. 

Hats may also be removed within any enclosed external seating area within the Royal Enclosure Gardens.

The customisation of top hats (with, for example, coloured ribbons or bands) is not permitted in the Royal Enclosure

Novelty waistcoats and ties are not permitted. Discreet patterns and those of a patriotic nature (for example, a national flag) are acceptable.

BOYS

  • Boys (aged 10-17) should either dress in accordance with the gentlemen's Dress Code; or alternatively may wear a dark-coloured lounge suit with a shirt and tie. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted on site.

QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE DRESS CODE  

LADIES 

Pictured: Dress: Simone Rocha £995, Hat: Jane Taylor £1,560, ShuShu Tong bag £450, shoes £875
Pictured: Emilia Wickstead dress: £1,650, shoes £590, Hat: Edwina Ibbotson £2,045

Pictured left: Dress: Simone Rocha £995, Hat: Jane Taylor £1,560, ShuShu Tong bag £450, shoes £875. Pictured right: Emilia Wickstead dress: £1,650, shoes £590, Hat: Edwina Ibbotson £2,045

Pictured left: Dress: Lisa the Label £720, Hat: Emily London £885, Shoes: Roger Vivier £1,150. Pictured right: Oliver Brown suit £327, shirt £85, tie £69, pocket square: Richard Anderson £84, shoes: Christian Louboutin £775

Pictured left: Dress: Lisa the Label £720, Hat: Emily London £885, Shoes: Roger Vivier £1,150. Pictured right: Oliver Brown suit £327, shirt £85, tie £69, pocket square: Richard Anderson £84, shoes: Christian Louboutin £775

Ladies within the Queen Anne Enclosure are required to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion and are kindly asked to take note of the following:

  • A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
  • Strapless and sheer dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless necklines include off-the-shoulder, Bardot and one shoulder. Dresses and tops with sheer straps and sleeves are also not permitted. Midriffs must be covered.
  • Trouser suits must be full-length and jumpsuits should fall below the knee. Both must adhere to the neckline regulations above. Shorts are not permitted.

GIRLS 

  • Girls aged 17 and under should be dressed for a formal occasion. Smart summer dresses are suggested. 
  • Hats, headpieces and fascinators may be worn but are not compulsory. 

GENTLEMEN 

Richard James jacket £585, trousers £345, Oliver Brown shirt £85, tie £49, Hawes and Curtis pocket square £29, shoes £149

Richard James jacket £585, trousers £345, Oliver Brown shirt £85, tie £49, Hawes and Curtis pocket square £29, shoes £149 

Pictured left: Oliver Spencer suit jacket £369, suit trousers £189, shirt: Budd £130, Tie: Oliver Brown £59, pocket square: Richard Anderson £95, shoes: Harry's £350. Pictured right: Richard James jacket £745, trousers £325, shirt: Budd £130, tie: Oliver Brown £49, pocket square: Richard Anderson £95, shoes: Russel and Bromley £225

Pictured left: Oliver Spencer suit jacket £369, suit trousers £189, shirt: Budd £130, Tie: Oliver Brown £59, pocket square: Richard Anderson £95, shoes: Harry's £350. Pictured right: Richard James jacket £745, trousers £325, shirt: Budd £130, tie: Oliver Brown £49, pocket square: Richard Anderson £95, shoes: Russel and Bromley £225

Gentlemen's Dress Code Gentlemen are required to wear a full-length suit with a collared shirt and tie, and kindly asked to take note of the following: Jackets and trousers should be of matching colour and pattern. 

  • A tie should be worn at all times. Bow ties and cravats are not permitted.
  • Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle. Jeans, chinos and trainers are not permitted. 

BOYS

  • Boys aged 10-17 should wear a suit or jacket with a shirt and tie. Younger boys nine and under should be dressed smartly but are not required to wear a jacket or tie. 

VILLAGE ENCLOSURE 

LADIES

Pictured left: Bora Aksu blouse £429, skirt £385, shoes £595, hat: Juliette Botterill £370, handbag: Roger Vivier £1,050
Pictured right: dress: Temperley £560, hat: Yuan Li Milinery £580, shoes: Jimmy Choo £750

Pictured left: Bora Aksu blouse £429, skirt £385, shoes £595, hat: Juliette Botterill £370, handbag: Roger Vivier £1,050. Pictured right: dress: Temperley £560, hat: Yuan Li Milinery £580, shoes: Jimmy Choo £750 

Pictured left: Shrimps dress £495, bag £475, hat: Bee Smith £250, shoes: Office £40, earrings: Margaux Studios £195. Pictured right: Gant blazer £350, trousers £175, shirt: Hawes and Curtis £55, tie: Oliver Brown £59, shoes: Christian Louboutin £775

Pictured left: Shrimps dress £495, bag £475, hat: Bee Smith £250, shoes: Office £40, earrings: Margaux Studios £195. Pictured right: Gant blazer £350, trousers £175, shirt: Hawes and Curtis £55, tie: Oliver Brown £59, shoes: Christian Louboutin £775

Ladies within the Village Enclosure are required to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion and are kindly asked to take note of the following:

  • A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
  • Strapless and sheer dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless necklines include off-the-shoulder, Bardot and one shoulder. Dresses and tops with sheer straps and sleeves are also not permitted. Midriffs must be covered.
  • Trouser suits must be full-length, and jumpsuits should fall below the knee. Both must adhere to the neckline regulations above. Shorts are not permitted

Please note, the Village Enclosure is a grassed area and ladies should consider their hat size and shoes accordingly. Smaller hats or fascinators and wedges or block heels are recommended in place of large headwear or stilettos.

GIRLS 

  • Girls aged 17 and under should be dressed for a formal occasion. Smart summer dresses are suggested.
  • Hats, headpieces and fascinators may be work but are not compulsory. 

GENTLEMEN 

Gant blazer £350, trousers £175, Hawes and Curtis shirt £55, shoes £149, tie: Oliver Brown £59

Gant blazer £350, trousers £175, Hawes and Curtis shirt £55, shoes £149, tie: Oliver Brown £59 

Gentlemen are required to wear a full-length trousers and jacket with a collared shirt and tie, and kindly asked to take note of the following:

  • A tie should be worn at all times. Ties, bow ties or cravats can be worn in the Village Enclosure.
  • Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle.
  • Jeans and trainers are not permitted.

BOYS 

Boys aged 10-17 should wear a suit or jacket with a shirt and tie. Younger boys nine and under should be dressed smartly but are not required to wear a jacket or tie. 

WINDSOR ENCLOSURE 

LADIES

Dress: LK Bennett £499, hat: Juliette Botterill £430, shoes: Kurt Geiger £99

Dress: LK Bennett £499, hat: Juliette Botterill £430, shoes: Kurt Geiger £99 

Whilst there is no official Dress Code for the Windsor Enclosure, Ladies are encouraged to dress in smart daywear.

It is recommended that ladies wear smart attire with a hat or fascinator.

GENTLEMEN

Ted Baker jacket £279, trousers £150, shirt £95, pocket square: Oliver Brown £35, shoes: Grenson £295

Ted Baker jacket £279, trousers £150, shirt £95, pocket square: Oliver Brown £35, shoes: Grenson £295

Whilst there is no official Dress Code for the Windsor Enclosure, Gentlemen are encouraged to dress in smart daywear.

It is recommended that Gentlemen wear a jacket, collared shirt and full-length trousers.

 

 

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