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Charlotte Hawkins exudes elegance in rose crown as she joins Jim Carter and Imelda Staunton at Epsom


Charlotte Hawkins looked nothing short of sensational on Saturday, when she and a host of other stars attended Derby Day during the Cazoo Derby Festival 2022 at Epsom Racecourse.

The TV presenter, 47, oozed sophistication in a purple off the shoulder gown that cinched her in at her svelte waist and paid homage to the royal celebration.

But all eyes were caught by her arresting golden headpiece, that was made out of roses intertwined to create an incredible crown that ensured all eyes were on her.

Star-studded: Charlotte Hawkins looked nothing short of sensational on Saturday, when she and a host of other stars attended Derby Day during the Cazoo Derby Festival 2022 at Epsom Racecourse

Star-studded: Charlotte Hawkins looked nothing short of sensational on Saturday, when she and a host of other stars attended Derby Day during the Cazoo Derby Festival 2022 at Epsom Racecourse

Charlotte styled her blonde tresses in a neat chignon so as to let the fascinator do all the talking. 

She opted for a full face of glamorous makeup as she posed with jockeys Frankie Dettori and AP McCoy.

Also in attendance at the prestigious event was Jim Carter and his sophisticated wife Imelda Staunton.

Loved-up: Also in attendance at the prestigious event was Jim Carter and his sophisticated wife Imelda Staunton (right)

Loved-up: Also in attendance at the prestigious event was Jim Carter and his sophisticated wife Imelda Staunton (right)

Looking good: The TV presenter, 47, oozed sophistication in a purple off the shoulder gown that cinched her in at her svelte waist and paid homage to the royal celebration

Looking good: The TV presenter, 47, oozed sophistication in a purple off the shoulder gown that cinched her in at her svelte waist and paid homage to the royal celebration

Stunning: She opted for a full face of glamorous makeup as she posed with jockeys Frankie Dettori and AP McCoy

Stunning: She opted for a full face of glamorous makeup as she posed with jockeys Frankie Dettori and AP McCoy

The 73-year-old actor looked handsome in his black suit, grey waistcoat with a blue silk tie.

Imelda, 66, looked classy as ever as she sported a black and gold embroidered  dress with a black feather fascinator in her silver curls.

Jim’s Downton Abbey co-star Hugh Bonneville was also on hand, looking debonair in his black suit and sunglasses.

Dashing: The 73-year-old actor looked handsome in his black suit, grey waistcoat with a blue silk tie

Dashing: The 73-year-old actor looked handsome in his black suit, grey waistcoat with a blue silk tie

Chic: Imelda, 66, looked classy as ever as she sported a black and gold embroidered dress with a black feather fascinator in her silver curls

Chic: Imelda, 66, looked classy as ever as she sported a black and gold embroidered dress with a black feather fascinator in her silver curls

They were joined by comedian Lee Mack, who also dressed to the nines in a black suit, with a waistcoat and blue tie. 

Mary Berry, 87,  looked stunning in a white frilly dress, and classy white and black hat, adding a necklace of pearls to finish off the look.

She was joined by Clare Balding who wore a quirky wide-brimmed hat decorated with feathers, and an eye-catching bright orange jacket. 

Handsome: Jim's Downton Abbey co-star Hugh Bonneville was also on hand, looking debonair in his black suit and sunglasses

Handsome: Jim’s Downton Abbey co-star Hugh Bonneville was also on hand, looking debonair in his black suit and sunglasses

Stylish: They were joined by comedian Lee Mack, who also dressed to the nines in a black suit, with a waistcoat and blue tie

Stylish: They were joined by comedian Lee Mack, who also dressed to the nines in a black suit, with a waistcoat and blue tie

Meanwhile Judy Murray showed off her wild side as she arrived in an animal print midi dress boasting a knee-high split that showed off her toned legs.

Held at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey, the Derby was first run in 1780.

It is Britain’s richest flat horse race, and the most prestigious of the five Classics – the other four of which are the 2,000 Guineas Stakes, the 1,000 Guineas Stakes, the Epsom Oaks, and the St Leger Stakes.

Sophisticated: Mary Berry, 87, looked stunning in a white frilly dress, and classy white and black hat, adding a necklace of pearls to finish off the look

Sophisticated: Mary Berry, 87, looked stunning in a white frilly dress, and classy white and black hat, adding a necklace of pearls to finish off the look

The Cazoo Derby will be run in memory of Lester Piggott on Saturday. It will be the first time in the 242-year history of the Classic that it has been dedicated to an individual.

Piggott, who died earlier this year aged 86, won the Derby a record nine times.

Other plans to mark his passing include a minute’s applause on Friday and Saturday of the Derby meeting, and a wreath in the colours of Piggott’s 1970 Derby winner Nijinsky to be laid at his statue in front of the Queen Elizabeth II Stand.

Bold: She was joined by Clare Balding who wore a quirky wide-brimmed hat decorated with feathers, and an eye-catching bright orange jacket

Bold: She was joined by Clare Balding who wore a quirky wide-brimmed hat decorated with feathers, and an eye-catching bright orange jacket

Leggy display: Meanwhile Judy Murray showed off her wild side as she arrived in an animal print midi dress boasting a knee-high split that showed off her toned legs

Leggy display: Meanwhile Judy Murray showed off her wild side as she arrived in an animal print midi dress boasting a knee-high split that showed off her toned legs

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