Zara Tindall was spotted for the first time since welcoming baby Lena on Saturday when she attended the Celtic Manor Resort's Celebrity Cup gold tournament with daughter Mia, four, to cheer on husband Mike, who was taking part in the charity game. The mum-of-two enjoyed spending some quality time with her first-born, and was pictured sitting on the grass with Mia on her lap as they watched the tournament. Zara looked stylish in an oversized white shirt and jeans, teamed with a navy cap and tortoise shell sunglasses, while little Mia looked adorable in a black and white striped
Back in 1997, a then 13-year-old Prince Harry made his first public appearance in Johannesburg, South Africa during half term, following the funeral of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, and the Spice Girls were on hand to make it all bit easier for him. Going on a trip down memory lane over the weekend, Geri Horner took to her Instagram account to unearth a photo from their meeting. In the picture, Harry looked smart dressed in a suit, and very pleased to be standing between Emma Bunton and Victoria Beckham, whose hand he held as they posed for
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed spending some quality time together watching the polo on Sunday, on what would have been Princess Diana's 57th birthday. The royal couple were spotted at the Audi Polo Challenge at Coworth Park in Ascot for the second day in a row, with pictures published online showing Meghan looking effortlessly stylish in an oversized white shirt and black skinny jeans, while carrying a white sun hat and a pair of statement shades. Harry, meanwhile, who was watching rather than playing on Sunday, also looked casual in a grey polo shirt and white trousers.
Princess Diana would have turned 57 on July 1. While often remembered for her sense of style, her hands-on and loving approach to parenting her two young sons Prince William and Prince Harry, and tragic death at the age of 36, she also had a wit and wisdom beyond her years. Take this quote of hers, for example: "They say it is better to be poor and happy than rich and miserable, but how about a compromise like moderately rich and just moody?" And there are many more quips where that came from. Photo: Getty Images Diana, who married Prince Charles