UK - Berkshire - Common people watch posh people at Royal Ascot races
Arriving hoi polloi for Royal Ascot's Ladies Day parade to a private members' enclosure gate, watched by the Common People. Ladies' Day is the annual event on the English sporting and social calendar in June, held at the famous Ascot race course. A young boy and his mother gawp at the fashionistas - the glitterati - of the sporting calendar who parade past in outlandish costumes, making fashion statements of their wealth and ostentation. A man has a young woman on his arm – he sears a top hat and tails and she, a purple and mauve number.
They will also have on red Ascot badges allowing them entry to this exclusive royal event attended by the Royal Family and the hoi polloi of English society. We see the two humorous sides of the class system.