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Royals gather at Cheltenham Races' Ladies Day

12 MARCH 2014 It was Ladies Day at Cheltenham Races and Zara Phillips, Princess Anne, Autumn Phillips and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were all in attendance to watch the competition.

Walking alongside her mother Princess Anne who was keeping warm with a long double-breasted wool coat and hat with horse brooch, Zara was wrapped up with a brown tweed coat with fur collar detail and an aubergine-hued fascinator along with LK Bennett boots.
 

Autumn, Anne and Zara

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Zara visited the races yesterday with husband Mike Tindall at her side. It was their first public outing without baby Mia since her birth.

Princess Anne's daughter-in law Autumn Phillips also attended the races with Zara, and was sporting a navy blue coat adorned with gold buttons, and a matching trilby hat and scarf.

Camilla was sat with her son Tom Parker-Bowles, and kept warm in the mild UK weather in a wide-brimmed, fur hat from Lock and a brown tweed skirt and coat by Roy Allen.
 

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
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She had her eye on the proceedings with her binoculars in one hand and cash in the other, and at one point raised her fist in the air, suggesting a win for her horse.

Prince Charles was missing from the afternoon’s events as he is attending the Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards which celebrates the achievements of young people who have overcome difficult circumstances.

Other attendees include Tess Daly, Sam Bailey, plus Ant and Dec.

The two have had a quiet few weeks since celebrating British radio in early February this year.

They were taken on a tour of the BBC Radio offices and as well as meeting Jo Whiley and Chris Evans, they spoke to employees about their roles and learnt about the technology and day-to-day running of the corporation.

Camilla also recently spent an afternoon with female code breakers during the Second World War. The ladies had afternoon tea in Bletchley Park – the building from which British Allies intercepted Germany's infamous Enigma code.

 

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