Zara Tindall steps out at the Cheltenham Showcase Day 2

Zara Tindall shows off her style prowess donning a houndstooth coat as she steps out at the Cheltenham Showcase with friends

  • Horse enthusiast Zara Tindall attended day 2 of the Cheltenham Showcase event
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Zara Tindall has been snapped attending day 2 of the Cheltenham Showcase event today.

The two-day showcase, which started yesterday, is described by organisers as an opportunity for racegoers to have the chance to ‘learn about different racehorse ownership experiences’.

As well as racing, there are special Q&A sessions with people from the racing world, and a book signing session with Nicky Henderson.

Keen horse enthusiast Zara, who has competed at Olympic level in equestrian events, was photographed watching the action alongside former jockey and racing journalist Alice Fox-Pitt (nee Plunkett).

Zara, who is the niece of King Charles and daughter of Princess Anne, was dressed sensibly for the bracing October weather.

Zara Tindall, 42, was dressed practically against the bracing October weather, donning this houndstooth coat and a trilby-style hat

The king’s niece was spotted chatting with friends including Alice Fox-Pitt (nee Plunkett) at today’s event in Cheltenham

The 42-year-old donned wrapped up against the cold in a houndstooth coat, which she paired with a trilby.

Underneath, she wore a black, high neck jumper. Slung over her arm was a classic black handbag with chain detailing in the shoulder strap. 

In her typical style, Zara opted for a classic and natural make-up look, boasting a fresh complexion with a natural lip and dark eyeliner. 

Despite the seemingly grey weather, she appeared pleased to be at the event, and was photographed smiling as she walked through the grounds. 

Zara’s appearance today follows a recent trip to Paris with her husband Mike Tindall, to watch the Paris’ Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

Once again, the royal looked stylish as she watched the horse racing event at Longchamp Racecourse.

For that appearance, she donned a green ensemble topped with a coordinating fascinator from Juliette Millinery. 

The royal has been making somewhat of a fashion splash recently, showing off her style prowess in a modelling campaign for her latest fashion collaboration. 

Zara’s stylish apperance today (pictured) followed the royal’s recent modelling collaboration with outdoor brand Musto, where she looked equally stylish showing off her favourite pieces from its Autumn/Winter 2023 campaign

Zara teamed up with outdoor retailer Musto to collaborate on its Autumn/Winter 2023 campaign. 

And she looked cosy as she posed up a storm in her favourite picks from Musto’s lifestyle collection.

The daughter of Princess Anne looked stylish in the Marina Long Quilted Jacket in Windsor Wine which retails at £250. 

Elsewhere she donned the Marina Primaloft Rain Jacket in black which retails for £220.

Zara looked like a pro modelling the casual clothing – adding another string to her bow. 

The 42-year-old mother-of-three (pictured) is regularly seen at horsey events, and is a keen rider herself, even competing in equestrian events at Olympic level

The mother-of-three, who has been a Musto ambassador for 16 years, told Hello: ‘It’s definitely starting to feel autumnal and these jackets are the perfect choice for staying warm and dry, as the colder, wetter weather starts to set in.

‘I have worn Musto for years, and it’s the perfect kit for riding horses, walking the dogs, and being outside, all of which I love.’

Without royal titles, the Queen’s granddaughter and her rugby ace husband, who live on Princess Anne’s Gatcombe estate, are free to pursue commercial projects and have become masters at signing lucrative deals.

Zara’s previous collaborations with Musto are thought to have brought in around £500,000. 

She also has deals with other luxury brands including Rolex and Land Rover.

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