The royal couple, along with Royal Race Advisor John Warren, attended the Betfred St Leger Festival at Doncaster Racecourse.

For this event, Camilla chose a combined jacket and skirt in a blue shade from designer Bruce Oldfield, the queen had previously worn this suit. Under Camille's jacket was a white top. Her Majesty completed the look with a new cream-colored Philip Treacy hat with a ribbon to match the main outfit and with an elegant olive-green feather. In her hands, the queen carried a small leather Bottega Veneta shoulder bag and was shod in leather pumps with low heels.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Getty Images

Camilla's jacket was pinned to a brooch with diamonds, rubies and sapphires in the form of a horseshoe, which the queen often wears to races. Between the colored stones on the brooch there are letters with diamonds that make up the word "Minor", we talked about it in more detail here.

Camilla also had a classic hairstyle and makeup, and from jewelry a gold chain with pendants around her neck and heels.

King Charles III wore a gray suit, which he matched with a pale pink shirt with very thin stripes and a bright tie, and was shod in leather oxford shoes with patent leather toes.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III / Photo: Getty Images

Recall that recently in Scotland, the king and queen attended a service in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II.