Ascot revelers looked worse for wear last night as they continued to drink on the way home.
The sporting event – considered the crown jewel in the racing calendar – began on Tuesday and has been attended by King Charles and Queen Camilla every day this week.
Earlier in the day, glamorous guests dressed themselves to the nines to attend Berkshire’s annual event, which ends today.
Although its competitors Cheltenham, Epsom and Aintree have abolished their dress codes, Ascot still has a fairly strict dress code.
Women should wear ‘formal daywear’ – meaning dresses should fall just above the knee and the straps should be an inch or wider.
The party is on! Saw a group of women drinking from a can of Pimms on the way home
Glamorous guests were spotted leaving Ascot yesterday. The annual sports event will conclude today
Wearing high heels all day, female guests were seen giving their feet a much-needed rest as they headed home.
Brandishing cans of Pimms, a group of women were spotted partying outside Ascot last night – as one was pictured without shoes.
Meanwhile, a gentleman is seen piggybacking a lady so she doesn’t have to walk in his sky-scraper heels.
After leaving the Ascot grounds, a third woman was photographed enjoying a quick break on the pavement as she took off her wedges.
While waiting for the lift back home, several groups of women were seen sitting barefoot in the car park.
However, it wasn’t just female racegoers looking bleary-eyed after a full day of drinking.
As he left Ascot swinging from a bottle of Peroni, one man was seen flashing his bare chest – unbuttoning his shirt and waistcoat.
What’s more, another was seen joking around with her friends wearing their female peer’s white feathered hat.
Pictured: A man is seen flashing his bare chest and swinging from a bottle of Peroni on his way home
Another gentleman was seen piggybacking a woman so she wouldn’t have to walk in her skyscraper heels.
Another racegoer was photographed enjoying a quick rest on the pavement as he took off his wedges
Several groups of women were spotted sitting barefoot in the car park while waiting for a lift home from Ascot
Earlier in the week, other enthusiasts were spotted sitting barefoot on the pavement as they enjoyed a cigarette break.
On the Royal Ascot website, organizers set out their code of conduct as a warning to new visitors.
It reads: ‘Drunken, disorderly behavior or intimidating other members, their guests and staff will not be tolerated.’
They go on to say that they reserve the right to remove people who ‘engage in behavior that may disrupt or harm the experience of other participants’.
Photo: A group of Ascot revelers stop at a nearby shop to buy more booze on their way home
Another male was seen joking with his friends wearing the white feathered hats of their female peers
Bleary-eyed Ascot revelers were spotted leaving the race-course last night after a day of drinking in the sun.
An Ascot reveler sits on the pavement as he leaves Berkshire Racecourse last night
Glamorous Ascot guests were spotted waiting in a car park with extra tins of booze after the races.
This jovial Ascot guest takes off his tie, rolls up his shirt sleeves and swigs from a bottle of Peroni on his way home.
While the Royal Enclosure remains a members-only venue, members of the public can visit the Queen Anne Enclosure – tickets cost from £49.
This year, Royal Ascot paid tribute by renaming a race in honor of the late Queen.
The Platinum Jubilee Stakes, a six-furlong sprint staged on the Saturday of Ascot’s five-day meeting, will henceforth be known as the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes.
Queen Elizabeth II was a keen racehorse with 24 winners in total, her final victory coming strategically three years ago in the Windsor Castle Stakes.
Choir Boy took home his first winner during the 1953 Royal Hunt Cup, which took place the same week as Her Majesty’s coronation at Westminster Abbey.
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