Zara Tindall put on yet another lively show when she attended the Epsom Derby with husband Mike on Saturday.
The Queen’s 41-year-old granddaughter stepped out in a £480 blue DVF dress and a matching hat to join the action at Surrey Racecourse.
It’s been a busy few days for Zara, after her performance on Thursday’s Trooping the Color and the Queen’s Service of Thanksgiving on Friday.
Zara Tindall, 41, chose a striking blue dress to attend the Epsom Derby with husband Mike Tindall, 43
Zara wore a £480 blue DVF dress and matching hat to join the action at Surrey Racecourse
The Queen’s eldest granddaughter has completed her beautiful outfit with earrings by Laurence Coste
Today Zara stepped out in a dress by Diane von Fürstenberg, a brand known for using bold colors and abstract prints. The midi dress had an elegant high neckline, three-quarter sleeves and flattered her figure perfectly.
She pinned her blonde hair up in a bun and wore subtle makeup, including a pale pink lipstick, so as not to distract from her striking dress.
The royal completed the look with a pair of metallic silver pointed toe pumps and a matching metallic silver bag.
Her husband made her shine, as he opted for a gray dress suit, with a matching blue tie and black top hat.
The couple were joined at the event by Princess Anne and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, and Peter Phillips and his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace.
It was Peter’s first public appearance with Mrs. Wallace and comes a year after his divorce from his wife Autumn was finalized.
Yesterday Zara wore a fuchsia Laura green dress and added an extra pop of color by teaming it with a Juliette Botterill hat in lilac trimmed with flowers.
Pictured here alongside Clare Badling, left, and with husband Mike, Zara paired her outfit with a light purple Aspinall bag and LK Bennett shoes in a similar shade
Zara arrives at the Epsom Racecourse, accompanied by her husband Mike Tindall and Clare Balding
Mike Tindall matched his tie with his wife’s dress, but let her shine and opted for a more subtle gray suit
The Queen’s granddaughter elegantly pinned up her blonde hair and wore subtle makeup, including a pale pink lipstick, so as not to distract from her striking dress
She wore accessories from Laurence Coste earrings and paired her outfit with a light purple Aspinall bag and LK Bennett shoes in a similar shade.
Mike Tindall shared a glimpse into his anniversary celebrations when he playfully tried his wife Zara’s fascinators and compared her outfit to a Starburst candy.
The former England rugby star posted photos of his celebrations to mark the Queen’s 70th anniversary on his Instagram page.
The father of three shared a snapshot of his wife with her cousin Princess Eugenie on his social media, playfully writing: ‘When you combine your favorite Starbursts!! Two world class ladies!! #starburst #platinum jubilee.’
It was a rare public snap for the cousins, whose parents Prince Andrew and Princess Anne are siblings.
Mike Tindall shared a glimpse of his anniversary celebrations when he playfully tried his wife Zara’s fascinators and compared her outfit to a Starburst candy yesterday
Waiting: Mike and Zara Tindall are joined by Clare Balding as they roam the racecourse
Go public! Peter Phillips was joined by girlfriend Lindsay Wallace when he attended the Epsom Derby with his family. Rumors of a relationship between the couple, who have known each other from school, surfaced last year, but this is their most public outing
Family Meeting: To show how invested he is in the relationship, Peter Phillips brought Ms. Wallace as his date to his cousin’s christening last November. The event was private, so today is their first outing in public
Princess Anne was quintessentially elegant in a cream coat and matching dress when she attended the event with her children
Princess Anne was joined by her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence on Saturday at the Epsom Derby
The father of three also shared some photos posing in his wife’s fascinators after attending Trooping the Color and the Service of Thanksgiving today.
He also posted two similar photos as he posed in his wife’s fascinator. Earlier today, he shared the photo, writing: ‘Hats day 2! Favorite so far! What color do you think tomorrow will be?’
And after Trooping the Color yesterday, Mike shared a photo in Zara’s red headgear that matched his tie perfectly.
He wrote: ‘Personal favorite of mine! I should definitely wear more hats.’
Mike posted a photo on Thursday of the couple stopping at The Stafford, London, in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity GOSH, whose patron is the Queen, and artist Carne Griffiths at the release of his portrait ‘The Platinum Queen’ before we going to Buckingham Palace for the Trooping The Color ceremony.
In an Instagram post, he said they were looking forward to “celebrating one of the greatest women on the planet” in the coming days.
Glamorous race-goers paid tribute to the Queen today as they arrived at the Cazoo Derby this morning at Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey
It seemed that the monarch was on the minds of many of those elegant participants of today’s race, who dressed to perfection in high heels, flowy sundresses and elaborate hats.
And they’ve gone: Race-goers don Union Jack Flag hats as they cheer on the Cazoo Handicap Stakes as they approach the finish line
Elle and the Pocketbelles pose for a photo during the Cazoo Derby Festival in matching dresses and gold heels
Hold onto your hats: In a sea of top hats, these two women in the crowd hold onto their intricately designed large pale hats