From Princess Beatrice in Claire Mischevani to the Duchess of Cambridge in Alexander Mc Queen, Holly Willoughby in Finery to Princess Eugenie in L. Bennett and Laura Whitmore in Karen Millen to Zara Tindall in Escada, the labels, both high street and high end have just kept on coming.And now we're into the final day we're going to miss the hats, fascinators and sophisticated frocks, as well as some of the more eye catching ensembles we've been treated to.In 1995, Brook appeared in BBC Two’s Fist of Fun as Sally in two episodes of series 2.
But she can still pull out the raunchiness when needed.
The 37-year-old model slipped into a stunning powder pink dress with a matching fascination as she overlooked the race course while snapping selfies and capturing a shot of her beloved, who was sporting a traditional top hat and tails.
Royal Ascot has been a seriously chic affair this year.
“I’ve loved acting and dancing since I was a kid,” Kelly told UK’s .
“Before anyone thought I was pretty or before I had a voluptuous figure, that was what I was going to do.” Kelly’s modeling career began at 16, starting with various advertising campaigns in the UK, and then she landed as a Page Three girl in London’s magazine. And it’s an art form in itself to exploit that on many different platforms, in ways that appeal to many different kinds of people.” Kelly translated that appeal to British television, first with hosting shows, including , the story of a lesbian who’s having a baby with her male best friend. “The whole premise of the show is just to kind of show people that nowadays, what is a kind of conventional family? “It can be pretty much anything.” In addition to all her acting and modeling success, Kelly is also a shareholder in a top London bar, Steam and Rye, has her own line of swimwear, has launched a clothing collection for UK retailer Simply Be, and written an autobiography.