Zara joins her mum Princess Anne at Cheltenham festival alongside husband Mike Tindall

Zara joins her mum Princess Anne at Cheltenham festival alongside husband Mike Tindall

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Hannah Ross

By Hannah Ross

Published: 13/03/2024

- 18:57

Updated: 13/03/2024

- 20:21

Zara and Mike Tindall stepped out for their second day of the horse-riding event

Zara Tindall has joined her mum Princess Anne at Cheltenham festival alongside her husband Mike Tindall.

The Princess Royal’s only daughter has attended the races for the second day in a row this week.

Princess Anne and her mother were joined at Cheltenham by other members of the Royal Family including the Queen, Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank.

The mother and daughter duo share a love for all things equestrian and both have impressive horse-riding careers.

Zara Tindall and Princess Anne

Zara and her mother attended 'Style Wednesday' at Cheltenham races

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Anne began riding at 11 years old and became European champion and Olympian.

Zara Tindall followed in her mother’s footsteps and won a silver medal in the 2012 London Olympics Games.

Princess Anne presented her daughter with the medal during the awards ceremony.

Zara Tindall looked in keeping with the festival’s ‘Style Wednesday’ in a dark blue pinstripe suit with matching wide leg trousers and blue suede heels.

Zara Tindall and Princess Anne

Princess Anne and her daughter Zara Tindall both have impressive horse-riding careers


She paired the outfit with a maroon, decorated hat, leather black gloves and a black and red clutch bag.

Princess Anne also looked the picture of elegance in a tweed, brown button-up coat and a matching brown and cream hat.

She finished her outfit with cream gloves, a brown, shoulder bag and a bright red lipstick.

Camilla, 76, also made an appearance at the racecourse today wearing a green wrap-around jacket and a fluffy matching hat.

Princess Anne

Princess Anne wore a brown, tweed jacket and matching hat


Zara Tindall was accompanied by her husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall, who gave his wife a quick kiss before she walked off with Princess Eugenie.

The royal cousins smiled happily as they walked arm-in-arm together during the former ‘Ladies Day’ event.

Princess Eugenie stunned in a long, white coat and matching fedora paired with brown suede boots and simple gold hoop earrings.

Princess Eugenie appeared with her husband, Jack Brooksbank who dressed in a light grey suit and a green tie.


Zara Tindall

Zara Tindall was joined at the event by her husband Mike Tindall


Princess Anne’s appearance comes two days after the royal attended a Commonwealth Day Service where she re-wore one of her classic outfits.

The princess wore a long, patterned coat from the brand Shibumi, which she has also donned during her tour of Canada last year.

Anne often recycles her clothes and wears items handed down to her from the late Queen Elizabeth which aligns with the theme ‘Style Wednesday.’

According to a spokesperson for Cheltenham Racecourse the event names was changed to celebrate “fast horses, slow fashion” and to encourage “racegoers to make more sustainable fashion choices, showcasing their unique and personal style, and to share the stories behind their amazing outfits with friends, family and on social media.”

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