One of the summer's most popular sporting and social occasions has celebrated its most glamorous day - Ladies' Day. And love was in the air. Sally Simmonds reports.
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Sailors have been braving gale force winds to compete in races along the Kent coast.
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In terms of results, and Royalty, the first round of the America's Cup has been an oustanding success. Sir Ben Ainslie was victorious on his home turf, and is a step closer to bringing the oldest trophy in world sport home. And the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge added a worldwide audience to the Portsmouth event. Sally Simmonds looks back at the highlights.
After months of planning and anticipation, yesterday's dreadful weather may have scuppered the sailing - but the America's Cup World Series was far from a washout - according to organisers.
Plans are already underway to bring the sailing spectacular back to Portsmouth next year - with Ben Ainslie saying that Saturday's racing in front of the home crowd was the most amazing day of his sailing career.
However, organisers are counting the cost of the event - with only HALF the expected 500,000 spectators attending. Seafront attractions, and traders who paid to be on the seafront, say they lost out. Richard Jones reports.
Businesses on Southsea seafront have criticised the organisers of the America's Cup saying their businesses suffered a dramatic drop in trade.
The Blue Reef Aquarium is among those who say access to the seafront and parking was blocked by obstructive barriers.
Some companies are also suggesting that stewards were giving out the wrong information to potential customers.
High winds yesterday meant the event had to be cancelled but Gunwharf Quays says despite the bad weather it saw a boost in customers.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in Portsmouth today to watch America's Cup racing .
But high winds meant that Day two of the world series had to be cancelled.
The Royal couple took a tour of the British team base instead. Sally Simmonds was there, and spoke exclusively to Sir Ben Ainslie
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's day supporting sailor Sir Ben Ainslie and his crew in the America's Cup World Series was blown off course by bad weather.
Parts of William and Kate's itinerary had to cancelled and new venues found for other events after heavy rain and blustery conditions swept into Portsmouth.
Sir Ben, the most successful sailor in Olympic history, is due to skipper his team on the second day of the opening leg of the World Series but it's been confirmed that racing has been abandoned for the day.
After being forced to return to dry land, Sir Ben said: "The English summer, you just can't count on it.
"Yesterday was the most amazing day of my sailing career. There were so many people out, everyone had a fantastic time.
"Today was a shame but we will get that sorted out and book the weather in for next year."
The royal couple had hoped to watch the first of two races from a boat but this was cancelled along with a tour of a festival site as the ground was waterlogged.
William and Kate left their children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte - in the care of their personal staff to travel to the south coast for the event.
The Duchess, who is a keen sailor, joined Sir Ben in June last year when he formally launched Britain's bid to win the America's Cup for the first time.
Points collected during the World Series determine who will challenge the US for the America's Cup which will be staged in Bermuda in 2017.
Sir Ben is off to a flying start after his crew clinched a win and a second place during the two races staged yesterday in front of thousands of spectators.