Carole first wore the blue dress from chain store Reiss with a black belt to ascot two years ago.
Meanwhile, ascot produced an additional $169 million in net asset fees.
This footage was played on the big screen at ascot, much to the delight of the crowd.
Today we associate the morning coat with arch-formality, like weddings, state funerals or an afternoon at ascot or Henley.
The ascot Cup is generally spoken of as a race success in which sets the seal to the fame of a good horse.
The enclosure at ascot on Cup Day is not so gay and pretty a scene as this.
Good red bricks are also now made at ascot, and are being used to a considerable extent in the metropolis.
There's Forster, with his story of ascot, and his black-ball at Graham's!
Their ascot losses had merely been the beginning of sorrows.
Indeed she had no wish for ascot or for any place in which he or she must meet their old friends.
village near Windsor, Berkshire; site of fashionable race-meeting. Used attributively for clothes suitable for the event; especially a type of tie (1908). The town name is literally "eastern cottage."