‘I’ll play it safe!’ Victoria’s Secret model Georgia Fowler vows to dress demurely like Meghan Markle at exclusive Royal Ascot races
Published: 20:04 EDT, 7 June 2019 | Updated: 20:07 EDT, 7 June 2019
She’s strutted down the Victoria’s Secret catwalk in racy lingerie several times and often strips down for racy Instagram posts.
But Georgia Fowler has vowed to dress more demurely when she attends the Royal Ascot races in the UK on June 18 – which coincides with her 27th birthday.
Chameleon: Georgia Fowler has vowed to dress more demurely when she attends the Royal Ascot races in the UK on June 18 – which coincides with her 27th birthday
‘This unique event has always been on my bucket list and what a way to spend my birthday amongst royalty in the UK,’ Georgia told the Daily Telegraph.
She added: ‘I’ll definitely be looking to Meghan [Markle] and Kate [Middleton] for style inspiration, particularly since I’ve heard the dress code is quite formal in the Royal Enclosure.’
The Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex are known to favour tailored coats, sleek courts and conservative midi dresses in their wardrobe.
And when it comes to betting on horses, Georgia revealed: ‘I think I’ll play it safe and put my money on all the Queen’s horses.’
Demure: The brunette beauty said she’ll be taking fashion inspiration from the ever-stylish royals Meghan Markle (pictured last June)
Georgia, who splits her time between Sydney, New York and Auckland, is known for maintaining a rigorous diet and fitness regime – which includes working out seven days a week and regular sessions inside infrared saunas.
Throughout the year she mixes her routine up, and enjoys everything from Pilates to yoga to boxing classes.
Her meal plan is filled with raw fats, dark green vegetable, limited dairy and no processed foods.
Fashion icons: The Duchess of Cambridge (L) and Duchess of Sussex (R) are known to favour tailored coats, sleek courts and conservative midi dresses in their wardrobe
In the days before the VS runway show, Georgia will also steer clear from alcohol, sugar and even fruit – which contains natural sugars – to limit bloating.
Georgia stormed the runway for luxury lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret first in 2016, then again in November 2018.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia last year, Georgia said the energy of the famous catwalk show was ‘electric’.
‘Everyone was screaming for us and all the girls were screaming for each other. It was very special,’ she said.
Covering up: She said: ‘I’ll definitely be looking to Meghan [Markle] and Kate [Middleton] for style inspiration, particularly since I’ve heard the dress code is quite formal in the Royal Enclosure’