Zara Tindall has shared her delight at being at 2023's Cheltenham Festival this year with her husband Mike - as the couple managed to attend every day of the racing.
Zara, 41, has previously represented Team GB at the Equestrian events at the Olympics, where she won a silver medal in 2012, so it's no wonder the Royal looked happy as ever as she got to attend this year's Cheltenham Festival.The festival sees several Grade I races, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and Stayers' Hurdle.
She told ITV Racing broadcaster Matt Chapman on Friday: "It's one of the most incredible races that we've got in the racing calendar and [I'm] really excited to be here, it's been an incredible week. "I was very lucky to be here on Tuesday and looking after the race actually that Honeysuckle won, the Mares Race. "Unbelievable scenes and a real honour to be a part of it." It comes after a body language expert said Zara and Mike are "extremely tactile" and "very attracted" to each other.
Former English rugby professional Mike met Zara at a pub way back in 2003 before getting engaged seven years later in 2010 and marrying in 2011 at Canongate Kirk on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.Read more on ok.co.uk