Zara Tindall was in carriage three for the royal procession at Ascot Races today, alongside husband Mike Tindall and horse trainer William Haggas and wife Maureen Haggas.
For the occasion, Zara chose a chic navy dress, with puff sleeves and wore a contrasting green hat and silver shoes.
Her dress is a bespoke creation from Laura Green, and is not available to purchase on the website. But a similar style with shorter sleeves would set a customer back £1,7500.
Her hat, on the other hand, was from Juliette Botterill Millinery, and was a bespoke version of the Bow Detail Sidesweep hat in the brand’s current collection.
Instead of the suggested pastel blue, Zara had the hat made in green instead.
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The hat is priced at £690, and features a “straw sidesweep base with bow loop detail”. It is “made to order” for the customer and can take four weeks for it to be created.
In terms of accessories, Zara carried a silver clutch bag from the brand Anya Hindmarch.
It is the Neeson Tassel Clutch in silver capra leather, and is priced at £495.
The product description for the bag reads: “The Neeson Tassel Clutch is a lightweight hand-woven leather bag.
“This updated clutch version of one of our most recognisable styles makes the perfect evening bag.
“Each hand-woven clutch incorporates our signature woven bow and leather tassel.
“The clutch also has a detachable wristlet for a handsfree carrying option, and a magnetic fastening to keep it’s contents secure.”
Zara chose a pair of Laurence Coste earrings – of which she has many pairs from this designer which she has worn to Ascot and other horse racing events over the years.
On her feet were a pair of silver shoes from Dune, the London Belaire Court Shoes, which she has worn before.