While most Cheltenham spectators have turned their attention to this week’s races, Mike and Zara Tindall only had eyes for each other.
The couple filled out the PDA during the racing event which saw them holding hands, looking lovingly into each other’s eyes and sharing passionate kisses.
They’re never one to shy away when it comes to showing how much they care about others, and body language expert Judi James noted that these public displays of affection are the “real deal.”
Speaking to FEMAIL, the expert added that the parents-of-three demonstrated “high levels of synchronization” with their beloved mannerisms, including head-tilt glances, this week.
In addition to their repeated kissing at the races, Judi noted that their bursts of prolonged eye contact in front of the cameras give insight into their “romantic” marriage.
Mike and Zara Tindall only had eyes for each other when they attended the Cheltenham Festival this week.
The insider said: “Zara and Mike aren’t some celebrity power couple trying to create fake PDAs for the cameras, they’re the real deal when it comes to signs of mutual affection.”
Describing how the couple have been ramping up their PDAs of late, Judi added: “Every time they appear together, they use body language rituals to show high levels of love and attraction.”
When they arrived at the races yesterday, the pair were all smiles as they posed for the cameras before exchanging a touching kiss.
Labeling them the ‘sexiest royals’, Judi added: ‘Their body poses show high levels of synchronization while together and they are able to use close, intense, mutual eye contact that shows genuine feelings for each other.
“Reflected eye contact like this is harder to achieve in public than a kiss, since the eyes are the most ‘honest’ body parts and often create a candid facial response, but Zara and Mike only see each other more in love”.
Judi went on to say that there was nothing forced or fake about the passionate kisses the couple shared during their time at the races this week.
She said: ‘Their kisses look loving and natural and the underlying factor they signal is a shared sense of humor and fun.
“They don’t seem to take life too seriously and this is a shared value that seems to bind them as much as their love.”
The parents of three sons shared loving glances as they arrived at the racing festival this morning.
Judi noted how ‘natural’ the couple’s passionate kisses looked as they held each other at the racetrack on Thursday.
Princess Anne’s daughter, 41, and her rugby ace husband, 44, were all smiles as they stopped for pictures as they arrived at the historic racing event today for its final day.
The couple looked typically chic with mother-of-three Zara opting for a Laura Green long coat which she paired with a vibrant pink Juliette Botterill hat.
She completed her simple yet elegant look with a pair of black Stuart Weitzman boots and a dazzling set of Laurence Coste earrings.
Her husband, who couldn’t resist joining some race-goers in a selfie, looked equally sophisticated in a checked suit.
Looking at our eyes! Judi explained that mirrored eye contact is harder to achieve in public, because the eyes are the ‘honest’ part of the body, but she added that the couple just look as in love as ever in this pose.
Yesterday, the parents of three were caught losing themselves in each other’s eyes while looking as loved as ever.
The couple looked stylish as they posed for photos upon arrival at the festival on Ladies Day, with Zara rocking a teal checked coat by Rebecca Vallance while Mike looked sharp in a light gray suit.
Zara and Mike have had a busy few days at the festival as they enjoyed the St. Patrick’s Day themed occasion yesterday and Ladies Day on Wednesday.
The couple, who share a passion for horse racing, are often full of affection for each other.
They left royal fans hysterical in January during their appearance at the Magic Millions Festival on the Gold Coast in Australia as they had fun with friends as they posed for photos, stuck out their tongues and kissed, while making silly faces.
The Cheltenham Festival, which dates back to the early 19th century, has introduced a new “inclusive” dress code this year, which organizers hope will make viewers feel “safe and comfortable” for their visit.
But even though dresses, heels, and hats are no longer required, the glamorous guests still chose to pull out all the fashion stops for the annual event.