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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends day 2 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on J|Getty Images24/24 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends day 2 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on J|Getty Images
If the look of this hat isn’t to your liking, its taste almost certainly will be. Marc Patisserie’s head chocolatier Stephen Glenister cooked up this creation from 100 percent solid, dark chocolate for Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot, the world-famous horseracing meeting in England.
Ladies’ Day is an occasion when the weird, wonderful and darn right wackiest fashions grace the racecourse. The event is no stranger to glamour: it was Queen Anne, a passionate horse rider, who established the event in 1711.
Today, the races are attended by the well-heeled, celebrities and even Queen Elizabeth II, who traditionally attends every year.
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Check out some of the other amazing hats and headpieces spotted at the annual event in England.