Camilla Parker-Bowles and Zara Tindall lead the Cheltenham Festival style stakes

Over the last few days, horse racing lovers worldwide have flocked to Cheltenham Festival - including some of our favourite royals.

The included the Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall, who did not disappoint with her bright and bold outfit choice.

The pregnant royal - who is expecting her second child with husband Mike Tindall this summer - wore a black and white polka dot dress from chic maternity label Isabella Oliver.

She added aburgundy coat over the top, with cute button and pleat details highlighting her growing baby bump.

Zara accessorised with a small tan leather bag and tan over the knee boots. The real star of the show, however, was the striking pink and burgundy hat she used to top her look off.

The Duchess of Cornwall also attended Ladies Day, donning a classic tweed coat for the occasion - which royal fans were quick to notice she previously wore to the event in 2014.


Camilla went with a much more subdued hat choice than Zara, choosing a cosy-looking wide brimmed tan number.

She further accessorised with black leather gloves and a chiffon scarf, while a burgundy handbag added a pop of colour to the ensemble.

Camilla chose classic pearl earrings and a pale pink lipstick to add a touch of glamour to her outfit.

The Duchess - who owns a racehouse with her husband, Prince Charles - was flying solo at the event, as Charles was otherwise engaged at areception celebrating frontline nursing in the UK.

It wasn't the first royal outing at this year's Cheltenham Festival.Zara attended the previous day's races in a less formal get-up, choosinga green polo neck and black trousers paired with matching black ankle boots.

Her blossoming bump was covered by a black coat by WtR, while her bright red bag came from Paul Costelloe.

She finished off her look with a grey trilby by Goldust Millinery, and a pair of tortoise shell sunglasses.

Zara was joined by her mother, Princess Anne, who opted for a navy blue coat with a pale blue scarf, and a grey hat with feather detailing.

Like mother, like daughter!

Mollie worked as a junior reporter across Women’s Lifestyle brands, focusing on news, with a particular fascination with all things royal. 

Mollie started out doing work experience across digital websites, before taking up a role as a digital intern, working mainly on woman&home, where she excelled at sourcing original stories for the woman&home audience, but also wrote up fashion, beauty, and general lifestyle features.  She now works in marketing for a creative media recruitment company.

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