TODAY is the last day of Cheltenham Festival and racegoers and A-listers have pulled out all of the stops with their fashion choices.
Going out all for the final races, glamorous attendees have donned their fanciest dresses and most daring headwear for the occasion.
The Cheltenham Festival was predicted to host 250,000 revellers this week, as racegoers are welcomed back for the first time since 2020.
And guests have been celebrating the return of the famous Gloucester-based meet by popping bottles of champagne and posing for photos with their stylish pals.
Although the dress code differs depending on the stand, attendees from all ticket bands are making a statement with their wardrobe choices.
Racegoers certainly aren’t holding back with their looks, from feather-adorned fascinators to skyscraper heels and daring necklines.
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Cheltenham-Festival 2022 has run over the past four days – from Tuesday to Friday – at Prestbury Park Racecourse, also known as Cheltenham Racecourse.
There are seven events taking place today from 1.30pm to 5.30pm, with the entire festival showcasing 28 races in total.
Most of the races can be viewed on ITV One, with coverage starting from 12.40pm.
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This is the first time crowds have been allowed back to the Cheltenham Festival since the 2020 meeting when the coronavirus pandemic kicked in.
Insgesamt 68,506 people showed up on day one, und Georgia Toffolo enjoyed ‘beginner’s luck’ as she won a stunning £37,500 on a bet at Cheltenham.
The Made in Chelsea star, who was cheering on in the stands, put down £5,000 on the first race of the 2022 Festival.
Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt
Toff took to Twitter to share her betting slip and sheer delight.
The 27-year-old wrote: “OH MY GOD beginners luck,” followed by a laughing emoji.
She then added: “Bloody hell can’t believe it. Generous donation incoming to both the @BritishRedCross and @decappeal.”