Day four – Hayley Turner becomes only the second female jockey to ride a winner at Royal Ascot and the first in 32 years after Gay Kelleway.
As is tradition, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leads the royal procession at Royal Ascot.
Huge crowds once again pack the historic race course in Berkshire, west of London.
Spectacular hats are very much in vogue at Royal Ascot.
And Dettori adds another winner to his fabulous four from day three, including the Ascot Gold Cup.
After a wet week, the sun is out at Ascot and racegoers are able to enjoy picnics in the car park.
Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (yellow waistcoat) is head of the Godolphin racing operation and a familiar face at British horse racing tracks.
Frankie Dettori riding Advertise leads the field on the run-in in the Commonwealth Cup.
Day three – Britain's Queen Elizabeth II presents jockey Frankie Dettori with the Gold Cup after his second straight win on Stradivarius.
The win marks Dettori's fourth straight victory of the day and a seventh Gold Cup in all.
The huge crowd is gripped to the action as the Gold Cup unfolded.