Queen Elizabeth II Might Attend Royal Ascot This Week, As per reports, Queen’s racing director John Warren

Queen Elizabeth II Might Attend Royal Ascot This Week, As per reports, Queen’s racing director John Warren
Queen Elizabeth II Might Attend Royal Ascot This Week

UK’s Queen Elizabeth , the racing “fanatic” could attend the Royal Ascot, British racing event within the week even in the absence of a standard carriage procession if British monarch makes an appearance. The 95-year-old sovereign has several runners during the five-day meeting that started with King’s Lynn on June 15 in King’s Stand Stakes.

As per reports, Queen’s racing director John Warren named Tactical within the Jersey Stakes on Saturday because the potential winner. Racing fans have returned at Royal Ascot on Tuesday for the primary time since COVID-19 began within the country with 12,000 spectators allowed per day on the course in west London.

Warren also described that the 95-year-old UK monarch scrutinises the winners of each race daily so as to work out if stallions offer the potential for breeding. Queen’s horse Estimate won the 2013 Ascot Gold Cup. Warren said, “It's a deep fascination, a really broad escapism for all the opposite things that the queen has got to affect in her life.”

While Queen is predicted to attend the event, all her three children including Charles , Princess Anne, and Edward attended the Royal Ascot joined with Charles' wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Edward's wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex. As per reports, the code for the event requires women to wear hats and men top hats. Without the normal horse-drawn carriage procession, Charles and Camilla arrived on the grounds by car.

The couple is additionally set to present the trophy to winners of day one’s featured race, the St. James’ Palace Stakes. Queen missed day one among Royal Ascot as she hosted her first in-person audience since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic at Windsor Castle and met with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.