Cheltenham 2019: Zara Tindall struggles in wind as she wraps up in grey coat on Day 3
It seems to have been a busy week for Zara Tindall, 37, with the royal being spotted stepping out for a third time at Cheltenham Festival 2019 today. The royal, who usually tends to live her life out of the limelight, was pictured arriving at the races again today for Day three. She was joined by her husband, former English rugby player Mike Tindall, 40. The pair, who married back in 2011, opted for grey ensembles.
Zara sported a pale grey coat which was cut to her knee and had a large collar.
Beneath the garment, which she had buttoned up, she wore a navy blue dress.
The royal, who is the daughter of Princess Anne and the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, wrapped up warm with tights and knee-high black boots.
She added a pair of dark blue gloves and carried a hexagonal shaped clutch bag.
Completing her sophisticated aesthetic, the Olympian donned a statement hat.
It had a blue oval design, and had been embellished with a series of striking feathers.
In one capture, the royal could be seen slightly struggling in the wind, as the edge of her coat blew upwards in the breeze.
But, she wasn’t the only one, as many other glamorous attendees could be seen having similar issues.
Lots of racegoers were forced to hold onto their hats as they strolled around the racecourse.
Meanwhile, Mike looked equally sophisticated as he posed in a darker grey suit.
He teamed the look with a matching waistcoat, as well as a pale blue shirt and maroon patterned tie.
Yesterday, Zara opted to wear plum tones from head to toe.
Meanwhile, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 71, could be seen making an arrival at the event.
The royal, who married Prince Charles, 70, in 2005, sported a cream coat, as well as a pale-toned dot patterned dress.
She added brown gloves and boots, as well as a furry hat.
And, while the shape of the hats were very different, Camilla’s fluffy headpiece was not overly dissimilar to a hat worn by Princess Anne at the event on Tuesday.