Royal Ascot 2023: Which royals attended Royal Ascot as Zara Tindall looks regal in £667 Leo Lin dress

Who is the fashion designer Leo Lin that Zara Tindall has become a huge fan of?
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It was an exciting day in Berkshire as the Royal Ascot kicked off it's annual horse racing event. Thousands of people will attend over the five days hoping to win big money and catch a glimpse of members of the Royal family. But which Royals attended day one of the races? 

King Charles III and Queen Camilla rode in a horse drawn carriage along with the Duke and Duchess of Wellington. His majesty wore a traditional grey morning suit and waistcoat whilst Camilla opted for a cream dress and matching overcoat and hat. 

Princess Anne wore a green outfit and hat as she arrived in a second carriage with the Queen's sister Annabel Elliot who wore a cream outfit like her sister. They were joined in the carriage Annabel's son Ben Elliott, and his wife, Mary-Clare.

Princess Beatrice looked stunning in a £495 cream dress with pink floral design by British label Beulah and pink headband by Juliette Botterill Millinery. Beulah recently dressed Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh for the Trooping of the Colour. Beatrice arrived with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi who wore a pink tie to match her dress. 

Zara Tindall looked regal in her £667 Oriental print ‘Cecilia’ midi dress in the evergreen colour by Australian designer Leo Lin. As she was seen with husband Mike Tindall looking smart in his top hat and tails. 

London based stylist Annie Miall styled the royal for the event. Annie teamed the outfit with a bespoke Sarah Cant boater hat, Anya Hindmarch clutch handbag and nude heels by Sauvereign. 

Zara is clearly a fan of Leo Lin as she has worn the designer before. She was recently pictured ahead of the Royal Ascot wearing the Nellie Midi Dress.

Leo Lin is the founder of his namesake brand based in Sydney which launched in 2017. His ready to wear label is known for their strong feminine designs. The brand is shaped by its duality of past and present with his collections evoking a sense of modernistic nostalgia aesthetic. 

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