Cheltenham 2019: Zara Tindall wears nearly identical outfit to 2015 look on Gold Cup Day

Cheltenham 2019: Zara Tindall wears nearly identical outfit to 2015 look on Gold Cup Day

Cheltenham Festival 2019 took place this week, with plenty of royal and famous faces in attendance. This afternoon, Zara Tindall was spotted arrivi

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Cheltenham Festival 2019 took place this week, with plenty of royal and famous faces in attendance. This afternoon, Zara Tindall was spotted arriving for Day four, known as Gold Cup Day. It was her fourth public outing for the four-day festivities. Today, the British equestrian, 37, sported a black and white check coat.

It featured a series of black buttons to her left side, and was cut to just above her knees.

It’s not currently known who designed the garment, nor how much it cost.

She teamed it with a pair of black heeled boots and gloves of the same colour.

The Olympian added a pop of colour with a maroon handbag.

Finishing off her stylish ensemble, she wore a black hat which had a white feather and a maroon bow-shaped attachment.

Matching his wife, Mike Tindall, 40, donned a dark grey suit and a maroon tie.

Zara wore a coat which bore a striking resemblance to today’s ensemble back in 2015.

The item had a very similar check pattern, black buttons, and high neckline.

However, one notable difference was that the fastenings were more central and slightly larger.

While the price tag of Zara’s latest look is currently unknown, the outfits she’s worn this week certainly haven’t come cheap.

Yesterday’s pale grey Pip Howeson coat, for instance, sells for £2,800.

Meanwhile, her hat was by London milliner Bundle Maclaren – which sells similar style for £295.

A day earlier, she’d donned an all-plum look.

The royal wore a coat, hat, gloves and bag of all the same colour.

Meanwhile, Tuesday’s look consisted of a £425 Guinea London in classic Navy Herringbone, Stuart Weitzman boots, a quilted Chanel bag, and a blue hat by Juliette Botterill.

Elsewhere at the races today, attendees were sported demure looks as they arrived for the final day of this year’s festivities.

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