It’s the prestigious polo show that’s named in her honour and attracts those from societies highest echelons, so it came as no surprise that the Queen was on hand at the Cartier Queen’s Cup Polo final on Sunday.

Resplendent in a colourful dress emblazoned with a myriad of floral prints, the monarch was in high spirits as she arrived at the grounds with her husband, Prince Philip.

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh joined a host of society guests, royals and A-listers as they arrived at Smiths lawn in Windsor on one of the hottest days of the year.

The Queen was a vision in her colourful ensemble, which she offset with a coordinating hat and her trademark pearls.

The event is one of the top five polo tournaments in the world – attracting the biggest names in the game and their impressive pony power.

The Queen, who is an avid equestrian fan, first presented this coveted trophy to Guards Polo Club in 1960 and loves to attend to this very day.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail
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