Zara Tindall made an appearance at Royal Ascot on Tuesday, looking gorgeous in a figure-hugging polka dot dress.
Zara Tindall commanded attention on the first day of Royal Ascot looking stylish in a polka dot wrap dress.
The mother-of-three looked incredible having given birth on the bathroom floor just three months ago.
Zara joined her husband, Mike Tindall, mother, Princess Anne—who is surprisingly low in the line of succession to the British Throne for this reason—Prince Charles, and the Duchess of Cornwall at the annual event.
It’s the first time Zara and Mike have been out socializing since the arrival of little Lucas, and the couple certainly looked in high spirits as they enjoyed the sunshine at Ascot racecourse.
She’s always been hugely popular with royal fans and Zara’s latest appearance at Ascot is no different, with royal watchers flocking to compliment the new mum.
“Love Zara Tindall, she really is amazing,” one fan tweeted. “The envy of most postpartum women.”
Another called her “absolutely stunning.”
Zara looked stylish in a £250 ivory mini dress by ME+EM, which featured a sweet polka dot detail and a flattering tie-wrap waist.
She accessorised the outfit with a floral fascinator, matching clutch bag and white stilettos, and kept her hair and make up simple but sleek with a royal-approved chignon up-do.
Just like her grandmother, Zara is also a huge horse enthusiast and even competed in Equestrian at the Olympics.
The Duchess of Cornwall recently described the Queen’s equestrian interests her “passion in life,” and given Zara’s success we’d say the same thing is true of her.
Camilla told ITV Racing, “Well I think this is her passion in life and she loves it, and you can tell how much she loves it.
“She could tell you every horse she’s bred and owned from the very beginning – she doesn’t forget anything. I can hardly remember what I bred a year ago but she’s encyclopaedic about her knowledge.”
It’s no surprise Zara and Her Majesty have previously bonded over their shared love of horses, with Zara paying tribute to the Queen at Cheltenham Festival two years ago.