Zara Tindall certainly couldn't miss her husband Mike Tindall as she watched him take part in the ISPS Handa Celebrity Golf Classic on Friday. The former England rugby star donned a striking pair of multi-coloured patterned trousers and a matching hat, as he showed off his golfing skills at the annual event.
Mum-of-one Zara couldn't help but smile and laugh as she enjoyed the sporting action. Princess Anne's daughter was joined by her elder brother Peter Phillips and his Canadian wife Autumn.
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Zara and Mike were in high spirits at the sporty event
The beaming 33-year-old looked on with pride as Mike and Peter played their best shots and was seen animatedly discussing proceedings with her husband and sister-in-law.
Also taking part in the charity event were model Jodie Kidd, athlete Louise Hazel, former racing driver Nigel Mansell and former Westlife singer Brian McFadden.
Former England rugby star Mike sported a pair of eye-catching trousers
The celebrity golf day took place at the picturesque Grove Hotel in Hertfordshire.
Designed to raise funds for Rugby For Heroes, of which Yorkshire-born Mike is patron, a charity which supports military veterans and also helps out by raising awareness of the challenges involved in transitioning from army to civilian life.
Zara's brother Peter Phillips attended with his wife Autumn
Bookmakers have recently reported that Mike is tipped to be named as godfather to William and Kate's new baby daughter Princess Charlotte.
Given that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose Mike's wife Zara as the only royal godparent for Prince George, royal fans are wondering whether the couples' close friendship will mean Mike takes a special role in Charlotte's life.
Currently on the agenda for Mike and Zara, however, are the tasks of raising their daughter Mia and focussing on their sporting achievements.
Proud Zara supported Mike as he helped raise funds for Rugby For Heroes, of which he is patron
In March Zara revealed that her plans to have baby number two are on hold as she prepares to enter the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
"It means I won't be able to have any more children between now and then," she told the Financial Times of her decision to take part in the Games.
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