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Zara Tindall cuts a chic figure as she attends the November meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse

Beautiful in black! Zara Tindall cuts an elegant figure in a tweed coat and raspberry pink headband as she arrives for the second day of the November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse

  • Zara Tindall, 40, looked elegant when she arrived in Cheltenham today
  • The Queen’s granddaughter beamed as she attended an event at the racecourse
  • Appeared cheerful and could be seen putting in a bag of Maltesars


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Zara Tindall cut an elegant figure in a black tweed coat as she attended the second day of The November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse earlier today.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 40, who welcomed son Lucas on March 21, could eat a pack of Maltesers as she strode the track’s terrain during the three-day racing event.

Princess Anne’s daughter looked quintessentially stylish and opted for a mid-length black coat for the occasion, which she paired with a pair of black heeled boots and a partial leather handbag, as well as a stylish raspberry pink headband.

The royal, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindall, 42, has put family first for the past year, taking care of her two daughters Mia Grace, seven, and Lena Elizabeth, three, as well as newborn Lucas.

Zara Tindall, 40, cut an elegant figure in a black tweed coat as she attended the second day of The November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse earlier today

Zara Tindall, 40, cut an elegant figure in a black tweed coat as she attended the second day of The November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse earlier today

Zara looked effortlessly glamorous and sported some classy makeup – including a bronze look, shimmery highlighter and a pale pink lip.

The mother of three wore a red poppy on her long-sleeved coat.

The royal attended the first day of the racecourse meeting yesterday and opted for a blue midi jacket for the outing.

Since the arrival of her third child, Zara has been spotted on quiet family outings.

The Queen's granddaughter, who welcomed son Lucas on March 21, could eat a pack of Maltesers during the three-day race event as she strode across the track's grounds.

The Queen's granddaughter, who welcomed son Lucas on March 21, could eat a pack of Maltesers during the three-day race event as she strode across the track's grounds.

The Queen’s granddaughter, who welcomed son Lucas on March 21, could eat a pack of Maltesers during the three-day race event as she strode across the track’s grounds.

Last year Zara described what riding for her country is made of ‘dreams of’ and how she was lucky enough to have her horses with her in lockdown.

The rider who won an Olympic silver medal lives on the Gatcombe Park estate of her mother, Princess Anne, in Gloucestershire.

She told a royal special edition of Horse & Hound magazine that she enjoys the pressure to compete.

She said, ‘I love to ride for my country; those have been the best experiences of my career, getting your horse to that level is what it’s all about and what we all strive for.

Princess Anne's daughter looked quintessentially stylish and opted for a mid-length black coat for the occasion, which she paired with a pair of black heeled boots and a partial leather handbag, as well as a stylish raspberry pink headband.

Princess Anne's daughter looked quintessentially stylish and opted for a mid-length black coat for the occasion, which she paired with a pair of black heeled boots and a partial leather handbag, as well as a stylish raspberry pink headband.

Princess Anne’s daughter looked quintessentially stylish and opted for a mid-length black coat for the occasion, which she paired with a pair of black heeled boots and a partial leather handbag, as well as a stylish raspberry pink headband.

“I like the big opportunity because I like the pressure – sitting on a horse you know is good enough, you’re fully prepared, riding for your country, that’s what your dreams are made of.”

Zara won team silver at the London 2012 and received her medal from her mother the Princess Royal.

She was crowned World Eventing Champion in Germany in 2006 – leading to the British public choosing her BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

The royal added that she is “so lucky” to have been able to spend time with her horses during the lockdown, and that it has been “incredibly hard” for those who have not had that luxury.

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