Royal blue Zara Tindall looks elegant in a matching navy double-breasted coat with matching hat while attending the November Meeting at Cheltenham.

  • Zara Tindall (40), was elegant as she arrived in Cheltenham today 
  • The outing was attended by Princess Anne, who wore a blue coat and black shoes. 
  • The Queen’s Granddaughter was beaming as she attended an event on the racecourse

Zara Tindall cut a sophisticated figure in a navy double-breasted coat as she attended The November Meeting at Cheltenham racecourse earlier today.

As she strolled across the track on day one of three-day racing, the Queen’s granddaughter, aged 40, was beaming. 

Looking typically stylish, Princess Anne’s daughter opted for a mid-length blue coat for the occasion, which she teamed with a pair of black heeled boots and a part-leather handbag.

Mike Tindall (42), is the former rugby player. The couple has put their family first for the past year. Tindall looks after Mia Grace, 7 and Lena Elizabeth 3, as well as Lucas, 3. 

Zara Tindall (pictured) cut an elegant figure in a navy double-breasted coat as she attended a meeting at Cheltenham racecourse earlier today

Zara Tindall (pictured), cut an elegant figure wearing a navy double-breasted jacket as she attended the meeting at Cheltenham horsecourse.

Zara appeared effortlessly glamorous in a variety of chic makeup, which included a bronze, shimmering highlighter, and a pink lip.

The sophisticated outfit featured elegant floral detailing and she added a blue hat with matching details to it. Her hair was kept low-key by keeping her locks down.

Red poppy was the choice color for this mother-of-3, and she paired it with her black leather trousers.

Zara is often seen on low-key family outings since her third child’s arrival.

The Queen's granddaughter (pictured), 40, who welcomed son Lucas on March 21, could be seen beaming as she strode across the grounds of the course

Pictured: The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth (pictured), 40. She welcomed her son Lucas March 21st and could be seen shining as she trod through the greens.

Zara said last year that riding for her country was what she ‘dreamed of’, and that her horses were with her at all times.

Silver Olympic gold-winning equestrian, she lives at Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park Estate in Gloucestershire.

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

She shared that she loves riding for her country and said, “It’s what I love about it, getting your horse to this level is what its all about. That’s what we all strive to achieve.”

Looking typically stylish, Princess Anne's daughter (pictured) opted for a mid-length blue coat for the occasion, which she teamed with a pair of black heeled boots and a part-leather handbag

The Princess Anne’s daughter, pictured, opted for a blue mid-length coat, which she combined with black heels and a handbag made of part-leather.

“I love big occasions because of the pressure. I like riding on horses that are good enough and fully trained. That’s where my dreams come true.

Zara received a medal from her mother, the Princess Royal, for winning a team gold at London 2012.

In 2006, she was named world champion in eventing in Germany. This led to her being voted BBC Sports Personality for the Year by the British public. 

According to the royal, she is ‘extremely fortunate’ to be able spend time during lockdown with her horses and it has been difficult for others who don’t have that luxury.