Zara Tindall looks chic in navy hat and coat at Cheltenham races

Zara Tindall, daughter ofPrincess Anne, looked chic as she headed the Cheltenham races in Gloucestershire on Saturday 18 November.

Zara,who is an accomplished equestrian and once won a Silver Medal at the London 2012 Olympics for her incredible talent, oozed glamour as she opted for a head-to-toe navy blue monochrome look for the occasion.

As part of the statement look, the 42 year old wore a navy blue dress which she covered up with a structured blue coat. Keeping the cold weather at bay, Zara paired the outfit with some dark tights and a pair of knee-high boots.

To finish off the sophisticated look, Zara, who watched the Retraining of Racehorses parade, wore her hair slicked back and sported a wide brimmed navy blue hat and clutched a quilted bag of the same colour in her hand.

Meanwhile, the mum-of-three also kept things classic when it came to her make-up as she opted for a glowy base, nude lip and subtle smokey eye.

Zara’s recent outing comes aftershe and husband Mike Tindall were spotted celebrating King Charles's 75th birthday on 14 November along other family members including the Prince and Princess of Wales.

But prior to celebrating her uncle’s milestone birthday earlier this month, Zara is likely tohave celebrated the birthday of her mother Princess Anne who turned 73 back in August, with Zara even residing on Princess Anne’s 730-acre Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire alongside her brother Peter.

“The fact that they all live on the Gatcombe estate speaks volumes about how well they all get on. I’m sure Anne is a very important part of that set up,” royal expert Jennie Bond told OK!.

Speaking about how Princess Anne could have spent her birthday, which marked her first since the passing of the late Queen Elizabeth II, Jennie explained that her grandchildren, Savannah, 12, Isla, 11, Mia, nine, Lena, five, and Lucas, two, could’ve had a big role to play.

“Kids take you out of your world, into a space full of laughter… or tantrums… toys and playtime. Whatever they’re up to, it’s all-consuming, leaving no time to think about how sad you are really feeling,” Jennie said.

“They also throw your focus onto the future, instead of dwelling on the past, and I imagine Princess Anne will be taking every chance to be with her grandchildren – as much as she can with her extremely busy work schedule.”

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