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Zara Tindall sports jeans and sunglasses at the Houghton International Horse Trials

Zara Tindall proved that she is the queen of casual style today by rocking sunglasses and jeans at the Houghton International Horse Trials in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 41, who is an accomplished equestrian and Olympian, sported a navy blue jacket and matching cap as she chatted with friends.

Demonstrating her prowess for all her riding, the mother-of-three was seen checking out the show jumping course after competing in the dressage event.

Zara, who is married to former England rugby international Mike, was smartly dressed as she rode her horse, Class Affair.

Zara Tindall proved that she is the queen of casual style today by rocking sunglasses and jeans at the Houghton International Horse Trials in King's Lynn, Norfolk.

Zara Tindall proved that she is the queen of casual style today by rocking sunglasses and jeans at the Houghton International Horse Trials in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.

Showing off her natural good looks, Zara tied her blonde hair into a ponytail and sported a cap, while opting for a natural makeup style.

Despite being the granddaughter of the monarch and the cousin of a future king, Zara has kept a relatively low public profile and often spends her weekends at sporting events.

Today, she was seen talking to other competitors and at one point picked up a wrap from a food truck.

It comes as the royal, who do not have a title of Her Royal Highness, launched their own website to celebrate their sporting success.

The shiny new site, zaratindall.com, doesn’t mention their actual connection.

The website was created by Equimi after Zara became a brand ambassador for the company, which designs online pages for jockeys.

Today, she was seen talking to other competitors and at one point picked up a wrap from a food truck.

Today, she was seen talking to other competitors and at one point picked up a wrap from a food truck.

The Queen's granddaughter, 41, who is an accomplished equestrian and Olympian, sported a navy blue jacket and matching cap as she chatted with friends.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 41, who is an accomplished equestrian and Olympian, sported a navy blue jacket and matching cap as she chatted with friends.

The Queen’s eldest granddaughter, who lives on her mother’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire, is an accomplished equestrian and Olympic athlete, and the website highlights her many accolades.

However, there is little mention of her family life and no indication that her mother is the Princess Royal.

It also doesn’t list her third son, 1-year-old Lucas, and doesn’t mention her daughters, Mia, 8, and Lena, 3, by name.

The page is also headed by an advertisement for Rolex and lists and links to its many sponsors, including Landrover and Equine America.

Her biography reads: “Following the birth of her first child in January 2014, Zara was competing at the highest level once again just seven months later, winning a team silver medal at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy.”

Zara, who is married to former England rugby international Mike, was smartly dressed as she rode her horse, Class Affair.

Zara, who is married to former England rugby international Mike, was smartly dressed as she rode her horse, Class Affair.

Zara Tindall Riding Class Affair at the Houghton International Horse Trials in Norfolk on Saturday

Zara Tindall Riding Class Affair at the Houghton International Horse Trials in Norfolk on Saturday

“In April 2017, she finished third at High Kingdom in the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event before having her second child in the spring of 2018.

‘Since then Zara has returned to compete regularly in National and International events.

Zara also lists her eight current and former horses on the page, as well as a link to her results and a “news” page with updates on her career.

Despite being the eldest granddaughter of the Queen, Zara does not hold a title of Her Royal Highness and is not a member of royalty.

His deal with Equimi is the latest in a long line of sponsorships and brand collaborations for Zara, who can make the most of her unique position of being part of the royal family but not holding a title.

The mother-of-three is also a brand ambassador for Rolex and Musto, and has her own range of jewelery with Australian brand Cajella, which experts have estimated could be worth a combined £1.1m or more at year.

Through their work, Zara and Mike have managed to enjoy a ‘normal’ life, at least within royal circles, and live with their daughters in relative privacy, but still reap the benefits of the lucrative contacts they have secured, at least in part, thanks to their positions within the royal family.

The Tindalls also devote a significant amount of time to charitable causes and have phone books full of celebrity names.

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