Hats, tartan and shamrocks dominate at Cheltenham as guests turn up

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Cheltenham Festival today, March 17, marks its fourth day. It has been a busy week for equestrians, trainers, and guests – the latter of which have included a few famous faces, such as Carol Vorderman, Queen Consort Camilla, and Princess Anne. The Princess Royal is expected to attend the festival today too.

Yesterday, the racecourse saw many people arriving in fancy dress, and today was the same. A group of men donned green and black St Patrick’s hats to pose for a photo, while another man wore a green and yellow suit to celebrate the occasion.

His wasitcoat and bow tie were green and decorated with yellow shamrocks.

As for those not in fancy dress, key trends seemed to be tweed, tartan, and knee-high boots.

Lifestyle influencer Lydia Millen turned up in a long tweed coat over a white dress and a silk scarf.

Lydia completed her look with a brown Trilby hat and a matching pair of brown, suede knee-high boots.

Knee-high boots have been all the rage at Cheltenham all week, and today was no exception. Another woman also turned up in light brown suede boots, as well as a brown, long-sleeved coat dress.

Her friend or partner who arrived with her donned a dark green tweed suit and suede shoes.

One guest wore a dark green tartan coat, not too dissimilar to Kate, Princess of Wales’ tartan. It was long and featured gold buttons.

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She accessorised with a pair of black knee-high boots and a black crocodile-print bag.

A multicoloured silk scarf was tied around her bag’s strap, giving it a little va-va-voom.

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