Racing fans at the Oaks Stakes on Epsom Downs.
Guards divisions on the Mall, part of the Colonel’s Review, the dress rehearsal for Trooping the Colour on 9 June.
A man recovers a stove and gas cylinder from his home, as he flees following the eruption of the Volcán de Fuego in San Miguel Los Lotes, Guatemala.
Thousands of Northern gannets prepare for the breeding season on Bass Rock, in the Firth of Forth.
The US fashion designer Kate Spade, who founded a £1.9 billion clothing and accessories empire, is found dead in her Manhattan home of a suspected suicide.
Grayson Perry attends the party for the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, which he curated, with his wife Philippa and daughter Florence (second left).
Escuintla, Guatemala suffers a volcanic eruption.
Chef Anthony Bourdain, 61, is found dead at Le Chambard hotel in the Alsace region of France, after taking his own life.
G7 leaders round on Donald Trump as he refuses to sign a group communiqué following a disagreement on trade tariffs at a summit in Québec.
Robert De Niro declares ‘F— Trump’ while introducing Bruce Springsteen at the 72nd Tony Awards. The actor is given a standing ovation.
Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar crew a fishing boat in the Bay of Bengal.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un shake hands at a summit in Singapore.
The implementation of a ‘zero-tolerance’ approach against illegal entry into the United States leads to the highly controversial family separation policy. The world reacts in horror.
A national 72-second silence is observed to remember the 72 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, one year after the blaze.
The Princess Royal at the unveiling of contemporary artist Katrina Palmer’s
The Coffin Jump at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, which celebrates the role of women in the First World War.
Model Bella Hadid on the Versace catwalk at Milan Men’s Fashion Week.
A huge fire causes extensive damage at Glasgow School of Art’s famed Mackintosh Building, ruining restoration work following a blaze in 2014.
A study, funded by Nasa and the European Space Agency, reveals the extent of Antarctica’s ice sheet melt.
The Duchess of Sussex makes her first appearance at Royal Ascot.
Jockey Frankie Dettori rides Cracksman in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes during the second day of Royal Ascot. In a shock result, he is beaten by Poet’s Word.
Melania Trump sparks uproar by wearing this Zara coat on a visit to a child migrant detention centre in Texas. It says, ‘I Really Don’t Care, Do U?’
Fireworks soar above the River Tyne in Newcastle at the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North.
Zsa Zsa, a nine-year-old English bulldog, wins the world’s ugliest canine award in Petaluma, California.
Zuhoor Assiri at the wheel in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, after the country lifts its ban on women driving.
Supporters of the pro-kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party celebrate gaining 10 per cent of the vote in the Turkish elections. President Erdogan is declared winner.
An enterprising Mossley resident wears a gas mask on her way back from the shops, as smoke from fires on Saddleworth Moor affects Greater Manchester.
Football supporters in Berlin watch in despair as Germany crashes out of the World Cup in Russia, beaten 2-0 by South Korea.
The Capital Gazette’s front page describes the attack on its own offices in Annapolis, Maryland, when a gunman with a grudge against the newspaper killed five staff members.
A Spacex Falcon 9 rocket exits the atmosphere following a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, over Cape Canaveral in Florida.
Police visit the home of Charlie Rowley in Amesbury, Wiltshire, who – along with his partner Dawn Sturgess – had been exposed to Novichok.
TROOPING THE COLOUR 200 horses, 400 musicians, 1,400 soldiers (… 1 collapse)
Melania’s coat retailed at £30, but subsequently sold for 20 times that on ebay