It was a big family affair for the Tindalls and the Phillipses as they enjoyed a day out in Cheltenham at the races.
Zara Tindall was her usual stylish self as she arrived at the racecourse, wrapping up warm in a plaid belted coat that featured striking gold buttons and a faux fur trim on the Peter Pan collar and cuffs.
The King‘s niece, 42, accessorized with a chocolate-coloured hat and chunky gold hoop earrings.
Zara and her husband Mike’s younger daughter Lena, five, was also spotted in the paddock. It’s not known whether the retired rugby star and the couple’s son Lucas, two, made the day out.
The cousins’ outing comes shortly after the Tindalls enjoyed a visit to Cotswold Farm Park last month. Mike shared snaps from the park’s spectacularly lit Woodland Walk and Conservation Area, calling the trip a “must” for the festive period.
The Park is both a fun and convenient day out for the family as it’s not far from their countryside home in Gloucestershire. The family-of-five live on Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate, where they moved after selling their £1.69 million property in Cheltenham in 2013.
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