Zara Tindall looked amazing as she was wrapped warmly for Cheltenham International’s first day.

Zara donned a black and green houndstooth jacket with forest green hints to match her roll neck top ahead of all the action at Jump Racing’s home.

She wore white earrings with her hair down and chatted with other racegoers at Cheltenham Racecourse on a cold morning. 

In the black coat and simple make-up, Princess Anne’s daughter looked stunning.

This mother-of-3, who had her baby boy Lucas in March of this year, was solo on the trip without Mike Tindall. 

Zara Tindall looked fantastic as she wrapped up warm for the first day of Cheltenham's International meeting, wearing a forest green roll-neck top and a black and white jacket

Zara Tindall looked amazing as she wrapped herself up warm for Cheltenham International.

The belted jacket went perfectly with her top and gloves, as she wore her hair tucked back behind her ears and donned white circle earrings

She paired her jacket and gloves perfectly with the belted jacket. Her hair was tucked behind her ears, and she donned white earrings.

Cheltenham’s regulars, like Zara, enjoy The International meeting. This year, they’re turning the Racecourse yellow to Tiggy’s Trust. The foundation supports young riders.

Tiggy’s Trust was created in his memory. Tiggy, a 15-year old eventer died following an accident while riding in Dublin.  

Zara and others at The International today wore the yellow ribbon pin badge.

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She kept her makeup simple to go with her elegant outfit

Zara was able to enjoy the sun for The International meeting’s first day. Riders from all over the world race in the two-day event.

She laughed and chatted with other racecourse-goers ahead of The International meeting

A regular racegoer, Zara was at Cheltenham Racecourse only a few weeks ago for the November meeting

Prior to The International meeting she laughed and chatted with fellow racecourse-goers

As the Racecourse Director at Cheltenham, she wore a Jockey Club Brooch.

Zara attended the race meeting for two days in 2019 as it is an iconic event in Christmas racing.

The racecourse at Gloucestershire will host riders from around the globe over the course of the weekend.  

The 40-year-old wore a yellow ribbon pin-badge in honour of Tiggy Hancock, a 15-year-old equestrian who sadly died in June this year after a riding accident in Dublin

In honour of Tiggy, the 15-year old equestrian, who tragically died in June after an accident while riding in Dublin, the 40-yearold wore a yellow ribbon-pin-badge.

She wore her Jockey Club pin-badge just underneath the yellow ribbon for Tiggy's Trust

Jockey Club pin-badge was worn just below the Tiggy’s Trust yellow ribbon.

The Queen's eldest granddaughter became a director of Cheltenham Racecourse in 2019

The mother-of-three was voted as the BBC Sports Personality of the year in 2006

Zara attended the exact same event in 2019. She wore a jacket-style poncho to stay warm in cold December temperatures.

Cheltenham’s 40-year-old eldest grandchild is an avid attendee and was there for the November meeting. 

It was a ‘honour’ for the mother-of-3 to be able to direct Cheltenham Racecourse.

Zara is a past owner, breeder, and pre-trained. She also won her gold medal in 2006 at the Eventing World Championships, Aachen, and in 2012 at the London Olympics with silver.

She was presented with the medal by Princess Anne, her mother for winning team eventing. 

She was named BBC Sports Personality for the Year in 2006 by the British people. In 2007, she received an MBE for her services to horses. 

Zara Tindall at the 'Together at Christmas' community carol service

Zara Tindall at the “Together at Christmas” community carol-service

Zara with her husband Mike Tindall at the carol service, hosted and spearheaded by the Duchess of Cambridge, who paid tribute to the work of individuals and organisations across the UK who have supported communities throughout the pandemic

Zara and Mike Tindall with their husband Mike Tindall, at the Carol Service, hosted by and spearheaded the Duchess, of Cambridge. She paid tribute to individuals and organizations across the UK that have helped communities during the pandemic.

Zara, her husband Mike and their son attended the Westminister Abbey carol concert that was hosted earlier in the week by the Duke & Duchess Of Cambridge.

The “Together at Christmas” community carol service was an ode to all those in the UK that supported communities throughout the COVID-19 epidemic.

The event saw a large Royal presence, with the Princess Eugenie, the Princess Beatrice, Edoardo Mozzi and the Countesss of Wessex all present.  

They arrived as a married couple and left their children Mia (seven), Lena (three), and Lucas (eight months) at home.