Cheltenham Racing A right royal affair! Zara is chic in check while her sister-in-law Autumn Phillips holds on to her hat at windy Cheltenham alongside Princess Anne
- Zara, 37 was joined by husband and sister-in-law Autumn Phillips, 40 for final
- She wore black and white checked coat and opted for burgundy accessories
- Princess Anne, 68. looked glamorous in turquoise at the famous Gold Cup day
- Today will see the world’s best Jump horses take to the stage in an exciting finale
Published: 13:52 GMT, 15 March 2019 | Updated: 17:12 GMT, 15 March 2019
Cheltenham racegoers were joined by royalty as they battled the elements for the final day of the festival.
It’s been a busy week for Zara Tindall, 37, who has been a firm fixture at the races throughout the week.
Upping the style stakes, the mother-of-two wrapped up in a chic black and white bespoke checked coat dress by Claire Mischevani which featured button detail – and completed the look with a Sally Ann Provan fascinator which she placed at an angle on her sleeked back blonde hair.
She was in good company as her husband Mike Tindall, 40, sister-in-law Autumn, 40, and Princess Anna, 68, also arrived for the famous Gold Cup day, which sees the world‘s best horses take to the stage.
Zara Tindall, Natalie Pinkham, Autumn Phillips and friends cheer on the Gold Cup racing they take the stands at Cheltenham Racecourse (pictured)
Zara, 37, and husband Mike Tindall, 40, wrapped up as they attended the famous Gold Cup day at Cheltenham. The royal looked chic in a black and white checked coat and matched her burgundy bag and the bow detail on her fascinator to her husband’s tie
Autumn Phillips, 40 (centre), battled the elements as she desperately clutched onto her burgundy hat as gale force winds swept through the racecourse
Princess Anne congratulated jockey Paul Townend following his victory with horse Al Boum Photo in The Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase
Trainer Willie Mullins (above) posed with a trophy presented to him by Princess Anne after his horse, Al Boum Photo, was ridden to victory in the 3.30 Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase
Zara’s husband, former English rugby player Mike Tindall, opted for a dark grey suit and one vital accessory – an umbrella.
He added a burgundy tie to complement the bow detail on his wife’s chic fascinator and also her suede bag, which she clutched in her left hand.
Meanwhile, Autumn appeared to struggle in the wind as she placed a firm hand on her burgundy Camilla rose fedora hat – which came complete with a black trim.
Wearing a guinea London navy velvet coat and Camilla rose fedora, she was surrounded by friends and appeared in high spirits as she headed inside to the enclosure.
Princess Anne, 68, (pictured) also joined Zara, Mike and Autumn and ensured she stood out in a bright turquoise coat
Autumn Phillips, 40, seemed in high spirits as she was surrounded by her equally fashionable friends for the prestigious event
Princess Anne engaged in conversation as she arrived at Cheltenham festival wearing a coordinated turquoise outfit complete with broach detail
Princess Anne opted for a similar turquoise coat to the one she wore on Wednesday, which marked day three of the popular festival
Dressed in a smart grey checked suit, Victoria Pendleton engaged in conversation with Princess Anne at today’s Gold Cup final (pictured)
British jockey and former track cyclist Victoria Pendleton, 38 looked stylish as she arrived with a friend for the exciting day ahead
Princess Anne opted for a coordinated turquoise outfit and added a scarf and boots for the event which kicked off this afternoon.
Her bold ensemble bears a striking resemblance to the one she wore on Wednesday – which marked day three of the races.
She engaged in conversation with British jockey and former track cyclist Victoria Pendleton, 38, who looked stylish in a lightly checked grey suit and of-the-moment leopard print bag.
Later, she was pictured congratulating jockey Paul Townend following his victory with horse Al Boum Photo in The Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase.
The royals were also joined by celebrities including Carol Vorderman, who made a bold statement with a monochrome look, which she set off with bright red gloves and a large waisted belt with a gold buckle.
The Gold Cup is the jewel in the crown of jump racing, with reigning champion Native River in with a strong chance of doing the double if he can fend off hotly tipped rival Presenting Percy.