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Autumn Phillips (photo), 41, looked stylish in a £ 435 tweed coat and a moss-green hat while attending the Braemar Highland Games

Beautiful in green! Autumn Phillips shows a stylish display in a tweed jacket of £ 435 while she and her husband Peter and the queen take part in the annual Highland Games meeting

  • Autumn Phillips, 41, joined Peter, 41, during the annual Highland Games Gathering
  • The mother of two saw a rare appearance alongside The Queen, 93
  • Stunned on occasion in a modern tweet jacket and trendy headpiece
  • Phillips is the mother of the great-granddaughters of Queen, Savannah (7) and Isla (6)
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Autumn Phillips looked stylish when she stepped out of the annual Highland Games Gathering yesterday.

The wife of the oldest grandson of the queen Peter Philips, 41, appeared during the event that took place in the small village of Braemar in Aberdeenshire, a rare appearance alongside Her Royal Highness, 93.

She looked beautiful in green as she wrapped herself in a £ 435 chic tweed jacket dress from Guinea London – and added a nice fascinator to complement her outfit.

The mother of two sat down next to Prince Charles and saw a smile and a joke with other members of the royal family.

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Autumn Phillips (photo), 41, looked stylish in a £ 435 tweed coat and a moss-green hat while attending the Braemar Highland Games

Autumn Phillips (photo), 41, looked stylish in a £ 435 tweed coat and a moss-green hat while attending the Braemar Highland Games

The mother of two went with Prince Charles and De Koningin to the Highland event yesterday, together with her husband Peter. Pictured, Duchess of Cornwall, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips

The mother of two went with Prince Charles and De Koningin to the Highland event yesterday, together with her husband Peter. Pictured, Duchess of Cornwall, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips

The mother of two went with Prince Charles and De Koningin to the Highland event yesterday, together with her husband Peter. Pictured, Duchess of Cornwall, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Autumn Phillips and Peter Phillips

The royal astonished the 15,000 spectators with her appearance and complemented her tailor-made tweed dress with plum accessories

The royal astonished the 15,000 spectators with her appearance and complemented her tailor-made tweed dress with plum accessories

The royal astonished the 15,000 spectators with her appearance and complemented her tailor-made tweed dress with plum accessories

The queen, 93, looked cheerful while sitting next to her son Prince Charles – known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland – and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

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Next to the prince was Autumn Phillips and her husband Peter, the son of Princess Anne.

Autumn surprised the crowd of 15,000 spectators with her appropriate outfit, which came out luxurious velvet lapel and buttons, and offered a flattering, tailored fit.

The brand is a favorite among the royals, with Kate Middleton and Zara Tindall who have opted for the British designer in the past.

Autumn seemed relaxed when she walked the grounds yesterday during the Highland Games event (pictured together)

Autumn seemed relaxed when she walked the grounds yesterday during the Highland Games event (pictured together)

Autumn seemed relaxed when she walked the grounds yesterday during the Highland Games event (pictured together)

Autumn (photo) complemented her chic tweed jacket with a deep plum bag and moss-green hat from Sally Ann Provan
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Autumn (photo) complemented her chic tweed jacket with a deep plum bag and moss-green hat from Sally Ann Provan

Autumn (photo) complemented her chic tweed jacket with a deep plum bag and moss-green hat from Sally Ann Provan

Autumn appeared to the rare public alongside The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, Peter Phillips

Autumn appeared to the rare public alongside The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, Peter Phillips

Autumn appeared to the rare public alongside The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, Peter Phillips

The royal family was presented with flowers during the Braemar Highland Games 2019 in Aberdeenshire

The royal family was presented with flowers during the Braemar Highland Games 2019 in Aberdeenshire

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The royal family was presented with flowers during the Braemar Highland Games 2019 in Aberdeenshire

The mother of two complemented the stylish jacket with a moss-green cocktail hat from the Scottish miller Sally Ann Provan and finished her outfit with a deep plum bag and heels.

The former PA, who wore her hair loose, brushed a pale blush over her cheeks and added a layer of deep pink lipstick that perfectly complemented the pale pink trim of her coat.

During the day, participants participated in both running and pocket racing, throwing the caber, hammer throwing, tug of war and highland dancing.

Pipe bands and Highland dancers also performed during the meeting, which is organized by the Braemar Royal Highland Society.

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The Braemar meeting, which is always held on the first Saturday in September, has been run in one form or another since the days of King Malcolm Canmore, nine hundred years ago, and in its current form since 1832.

The mother of two looked relaxed when she was joking with Prince Charles and her husband during the event (shown together)

The mother of two looked relaxed when she was joking with Prince Charles and her husband during the event (shown together)

The mother of two looked relaxed when she was joking with Prince Charles and her husband during the event (shown together)

The royal family seemed amused as they watched the Highland Games unfold, while Prince Charles leaned toward the fall to start a conversation

The royal family seemed amused as they watched the Highland Games unfold, while Prince Charles leaned toward the fall to start a conversation

The royal family seemed amused as they watched the Highland Games unfold, while Prince Charles leaned toward the fall to start a conversation

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