put on a chic display donning an all-red outfit as she attended the Burghley Horse Trials in Lincolnshire this afternoon.
Anne, 72, sported a crimson jacket and 우리카지노쿠폰 tartan skirt for her outing to the equestrian event, which has been taking place in Stamford since Thursday, following a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19.
Her daughter, , 41, has been performing well at the competition, which draws to a close today, with her horse Class Affair.
Anne, who attended the Braemar Gathering with and the in Scotland yesterday, appeared relaxed as she made her way to the trials today.
Princess Anne, 72, put on a chic display as she attended the Burghley Horse Trials in Lincolnshire this afternoon
The Princess Royal opted for a crimson jacket and a tartan skirt for her outing to the equestrian event, which has been taking place in Stamford all week
For her Stamford outing, the Princess Royal donned a crimson jacket with padded shoulders, paired with an off-white shirt.
Anne, a keen rider herself, gave a nod to her equestrian leanings by displaying a golden brooch shaped like a horse on her lapel.
She matched her red jacket to a tartan skirt, boasting dominant hues of red, green and gold.
The no-nonsense royal finished the look with sensible flat slip-on shoes and a small black leather handbag.
The Queen’s only daughter fished out a pair of sunglasses as she made her way to the Trials this afternoon
Wrapped up in her crimson jacket, and wearing a classic pair of shades, Princess Anne appeared cool and collected
Anne will no doubt be cheering on her daughter Zara Tindall during the last day of the competition today
Upon arriving at the racecourse for the Trials, the royal fished a pair of sunglasses out of her bag, and put them on, before smiling at the gathered crowds.
Her locks were styled in her usual updo, and she sported very light face makeup, finished with a bright red lip.
Anne has been cheering on her daughter Zara, and her horse Class Affair, throughout the four-day event.
The Trials are one of the last events of the summer social scene and often attract big crowds.
Zara, who won a silver medal during the London 2012 Olympics as part of the British Equestrian team, has been competing in the event over the past few days.
Zara Tindall, 41, has been taking part in the trial all week, competing with her faithful steed Class Affair
Zara, who won the advanced class with Class Affair at the Chatsworth Horse Trials in May, closed the opening day of the Burghley trials by posting a score of 28.4.
A total prize fund of more than £320,000 is the largest in Burghley’s 61-year history, with dressage followed by Saturday’s cross-country phase and the showjumping finale 24 hours later.
‘Everyone here understands the cost and time it takes to produce a five-star horse,’ Burghley event director Martyn Johnson said.
‘And the increased prize money reflects the board’s commitment to ensure that Land Rover Burghley continues to be at the pinnacle of our sport.’