Zara Tindall wears check as she attends the races with Mike but leaves children at home

Zara Tindall attended the races today with her husband Mike, as well as Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. She arrived smiling at the Ladies Day Event.


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Zara braved coronavirus fears to attend the equestrian event. The royal is a horse lover and former-Olympian.

The mother-of-two wore a £2,900 coat by Laura Green London.

On her head she wore a Juliette Botterill Millinery hat, a burgundy version of the Bow and Arrow hat, £470. On her feet she wore Emmy London shoes.

Zara wore golden earrings by Laurence Coste.

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Zara wore an Aspinal crocodile-print bag in burgundy, and burgundy loves.

The royal was in attendance with her mother Princess Anne, and Archie McCoy, son a famous jockey Anthony Peter McCoy.

Zara’s husband mark also dressed up in a grey suit.

He wore a blue shit and a pink tie.

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Camilla Duchess of Cornwall wore green for the event.

She also wore her lucky brooch, a horseshoe design.

Zara Tindall was at Cheltenham 2020 yesterday too.

She wore a navy coat for the first day of the races.


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Zara dressed for the weather, wrapping up with matching gloves.

She was joined by her friend Dolly Maude.

Zara’s coat was a double-breasted pea coat design.

She wore an eye-catching dark blue fascinator that had a leaf design across it.

The look was finished with a pair of black gloves and she held onto a small black leather handbag.

Elsewhere Queen Letizia impressed with her style in Paris with French PM’s wife Brigitte Macron. 

She wore a power suit today as she joined her husband, King Felipe, in the French Capital.

The Spanish royal opted to sweep her long softly highlighted brown hair in an up-do.

She secured her hair in a professional-looking low bun with a side parting, however, the powerful French winds left Letizia windswept, with pieces escaping her bun and flowing freely around her face.

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