Cheltenham Festival is back at Cheltenham Racecourse this week, with the festivities kicking off yesterday. Zara Tindall, 37, was spotted watching the action on Day one, dubbed Champion Day, alongside her husband Mike Tindall, 40, and her mother Princess Anne, 68. Today, she was joined by fellow royal Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 71. The equestrian and granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II opted for an all-plum ensemble.
Her outfit comprised of a maroon coat-dress, which was cut to just above her knee.
The double-breasted garment had a high collar and two statement pockets.
She teamed it with a pair of the same coloured leather gloves, and a matching handbag.
Zara also sported a plum hat, which had been adorned with flowers.
Completing the look, she donned a pair of black knee-high heeled boots.
Meanwhile, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, sported a white, grey, and blue spotted dress.
Wrapping up warm, the Duchess wore a pair of black tights, brown knee-length boots, and a cream coat.
She also sported a pair of dark gloves, as well as a large pale brown hat which had a fluffy trim.
It came hours after Princess Anne sported a similiar furry hat.
Other well-known faces at today’s event included tennis professional Andy Murray, 31, and his wife Kim Murray, formerly Kim Sears.
Yesterday, Zara donned a blue look.
She wore Guinea London’s Piccadilly coat in Navy Herringbone, which had a velvet tweed collar, as well as a dress underneath.