Royal Ascot became a family day out on Friday, as Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson were joined by their daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie at the annual race event. Looking in high spirits, the pair chatted and laughed as they spent time as a family.
Wearing a form-fitting colour block dress, Sarah couldn't keep the smile off her face as she walked alongside her family, as well as Beatrice's long-term partner Dave Clark.
Andrew wore tops and tails and a mauve waistcoat, while his eldest daughter Beatrice, who has been wowing crowds with an array of stunning outfits, including a stylish white skater dress on Thursday, wore a gorgeous white lace T-shirt tucked into a navy blue printed A-line skirt and a matching hat.
Eugenie meanwhile went for a floral dress with a defined waist band, continuing her trend for wearing printed dresses this week at Ascot.
Sarah and Andrew regularly go on holiday together, and speaking in an interview in January, Sarah revealed: "The York family is a tight unit. We’ve always been a tight unit.
"[Andrew] is the greatest man there is. It was the finest moment of my life in 1986 when I married him. He is a great man, the best man in the world," she said.
The York family watch the action of day four of Royal Ascot
Princess Eugenie has also recently spoke of her pride in her mother after her 55-year-old mother hit the catwalk at Naomi Campbell's Fashion for Relief show, on the eve of London Fashion Week. I'm so proud of my mum for walking in Naomi’s show," Eugenie told the Daily Mail.
"She looked great, and it was for such a good cause. I hope I look that good when I'm her age," she added.
Also attending the final day of Ascot was Zara Phillips in a flattering A-line navy dress paired with a cropped jacket and a Rosie Olivia hat. The Queen also once again pleased royal watchers in a sunshine yellow outfit by designer Stewart Parvin.