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Zara Tindall stuns in head-to-toe winter whites with a test

A gorgeous look for the royal

Laura Sutcliffe

Zara Tindall is having a fabulous time in Australia with husband Mike, and has competed in the Gold Coast's Magic Millions Polo Tournament. Embracing the hot weather, the royal looked stunning on Tuesday afternoon as she stepped out in head-to-toe white. Sporting a casual look, Zara wore a sleeveless white blouse, white jeans and trainers. Her fresh look gave her a classic stance and showed off her golden skin tone. With her trademark blonde hair slicked back and tortoiseshell sunglasses, the mother-of-two showcased the perfect summer style as she posed on the beach with Australian rugby player Billy Slater.

We loved Zara's head-to-toe white outfit

On Sunday, the 37-year-old headed to a formal evening event for the tournament and wowed onlookers in a fabulous tiered lace dress. The pretty cream frock was made by one of Zara's favourite Australian fashion brands, White Label Noba.

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The 'Scarlett' number costs $399.99 on the label's website, and sold out almost as soon as the royal wore it. The brand were made up that Zara stepped out in the design and wrote on Instagram: "We are delighted that the beautiful Zara Phillips has chosen to wear White Label Noba, for the second year in a row, to the iconic Magic Millions Polo. Zara looked absolutely stunning in Scarlett dress today!"

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Zara has a super chic  wardrobe brimming with fancy dresses. At the Queen's Pre Christmas Lunch, Zara was pictured wearing a dazzling white and red patterned dress from Maje - a luxury store loved by Michelle Keegan and Holly Willoughby. Known as the Rocker Pleated dress, the design had a boat neckline, long sleeves and a funky flared cut. Originally priced at £209, it dropped in price in the sale to £162.70. See, even the royals love a sale bargain!  

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