Fans love ITV presenter Francesca Cumani's 'fire' dress for final day of Royal Ascot as they brand her 'stunning' | The Sun

FRANCESCA CUMANI wowed racing fans in yet another stunning dress on day five of Royal Ascot.

The racing presenter was back on our screens on Saturday afternoon for the final day of Ascot.

Cumani's on-screen outfits have been the talk of racing fans all week – and her garbs for the final day of Ascot didn't disappoint.

The 40-year-old mother of two donned a white flowery dress with a purple fascinator – a look she completed with expensive-looking earrings.

Race fans were quick to comment, with one tagging the presenter on Twitter with a series of fire emojis.

Another said: "So love this week. @francescacumani looks stunning. Fabulous dress ."


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Cumani's choice of a green sleeveless number earlier this week – which she paired with a tilted white hat – also set tongues wagging.

One ITV watcher said: “Look stunning today in green. Lady of the day for me.”

And another said: “Looking gorgeous as ever.”

One remarked: “Royal Ascot day three, with all respect @dan_cobby… I’ve upgraded company @francescacumani.”

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When she's not heading up ITV's race coverage, Cumani takes to the tele for multiple American and Australian broadcasters.

Day five of Royal Ascot will see racing legend Frankie Dettori race at the festival for the last time.

And the Italian – who broke Royal protocol by kissing Queen Camilla -exclusively revealed to SunSport that he's expecting to be overcome by a wave of emotion after his final ride.

He said: "I may not be able to guarantee a winner on my final day riding at Royal Ascot but it will certainly be a very emotional day for me.

"My family are all here with me, as many of them have been over the last four days. It’s been brilliant.

"I know I will get the most fantastic reception from everyone who will be at the track today.

"I’m sure you know me well by now. I wear my heart on my sleeve and I love this meeting so much.

"So, yes, win, lose or draw when I ride in my last Royal meeting race at 5.35 I’m sure the tears will come."

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