Zara Tindall looked as stylish as ever on Friday as she and husband Mike Tindall arrived hand-in-hand at the Cheltenham Festival. The gorgeous couple beamed and stood with their arms wrapped around each other as they posed for photos ahead of the event.
The Queen’s granddaughter rugged up in a beautiful berry-coloured coat by British designer Claire Mischevani. The mum-of-two accessorised with a matching hat topped with a stunning flower from Sarah Cant Millinery, heeled pumps and a small metallic handbag clutch.
Her blonde locks were swept up into a casual up-do for the daytime event, with her hair tucked behind her ears to reveal dainty silver earrings. Meanwhile, Mike looked dapper in a dress coat and purple tie to match his wife’s ensemble. Throughout the day the couple could be seen watching on intently as the races took part eager to see who could get over the line first.
Zara’s mother Princess Anne was also in attendance, stepping out in a metallic green printed coat and hat. Peter Phillips (Zara’s older brother) and his estranged wife Autumn, with whom he separated last month, were also in attendance.
Zara has made a number of appearances at this year’s Cheltenham Festival and the royal was spotted earlier in the week with the Duchess of Cornwall. This time the 38-year-old wore a stylish black and white checked coat dress and burgundy accessories. Her hair was styled in a sleek up-do, with a burgundy headpiece adding a pop of colour to the ensemble.
She continued this colour theme with matching heels, gloves and a small handbag. For her makeup Zara kept things simple and natural with a light pink lip and a touch of blush on her cheeks.
She was spotted throughout the day with Camilla, who opted for a green colour scheme for the outing. Rugging up for the occasion, Prince Charles’ wife wore a polka-dot dress in white, black, blue and grey, underneath an emerald green coat to keep her warm in the cold weather.