Zara and Mike Tindall stun in held Royal Ascot in the back garden to support the key workers | Royal | News


Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall have published on social networks a great photo of the pair dressed for the event royal special of their area of Gloucestershire, for the benefit of the charity. The sporting event, the most famous of the calendar for the royal family and race fans takes place behind closed doors due to the pandemic of COVID-19.

Although she lives a short distance from the Windsor castle, the queen and the rest of the royal family can’t attend the event and are obliged to cheer on the runners and riders of their living room.This is the first time in 68 years of the Queen’s reign that she does not attend at the racecourse for Royal Ascot.

Tuesday, for the opening day, Zara, 39, wore an elegant dress of deep blue and a hat to measure.

The former international of English rugby, Mike, 41-year-old has also adhered to the strict dress code in a number grey with top hat and tail.

On his page Instagram with the photo of the royal couple, he said: “” When it is day 1 of Royal Ascot, and that you have nothing else !!! ”

The couple is dressed in its finery in the context of a virtual event to benefit the association #StyledWithThanks Ascot for front-line workers that address the coronavirus.

From the gardens of the domain Gatcombe to his mother in Gloucestershire, the duo also appeared on ITV to discuss the race.

Before the first race Tuesday, Zara told the broadcaster that her grandmother would look at her and revealed that she had good chances to be a winner.

Zara said: “It will be glued to the tv as always and really sad not to be there.

“To be able to have runners, she will be very excited with good future prospects also. “

The daughter of princess Anne added that she had been in contact with the race director of the Queen, John Warren and trainer Andrew Balding, who form his second runner of the meeting Tactical.

“In these difficult times, we are once again thrilled to host the best horses and jockeys from around the world and pay tribute to those who have contributed to make this race possible.

“This year, Ascot will feel different for many, because it is often an opportunity for friends, families and colleagues to get together and live a common passion.

“I am sure, however, that with the valiant efforts of the organizers, owners, trainers and stable staff, this will remain one of the most beautiful sporting opportunities and a highlight of the racing calendar.

“To all those who attend Royal Ascot, in person or virtually, I hope that you will spend a week of racing of the most enjoyable and unique.”


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