Zara Tindall has arrived at the coronation of her uncle, King Charles!
The equestrian mom-of-three was accompanied by her husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall for the occasion, and she walked into the Abbey alongside her cousins, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and Prince Harry, and her brother, Peter Phillips. She seemingly smiled at Harry as she entered the Abbey:
Zara stunned in a light blue coat dress by Laura Green, and a matching fascinator. She accessorized her outfit with a Strathberry bag, Calleija diamond earrings, and Princess Anne's diamond ribbon and tassel brooch to the ceremony. Here's Princess Anne wearing the brooch in 2017:
Inside Westminster Abbey, Zara sat in between her brother, Peter, and her husband, and in the row behind her cousins Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.
Zara, 20th in line of succession to the British throne, is the oldest granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. As the daughter of Princess Anne, she doesn't have a royal title. Zara's parents reportedly rejected an offer from the Queen for titles for her and her brother, Peter Phillips, in a hope they would lead more normal lives.
Zara has three children, Mia, Lena, and Lucas, but none of them joined their parents at today's coronation. The only royal kids in attendance were Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Zara's husband, Mike, is one of few royals to have their own Instagram accounts, and while he hasn't posted yet about the coronation, expect a behind-the-scenes snap or two to appear on @mike_tindall12. Earlier this week, Zara was in Kentucky to compete in the Three-Day Equestrian event. The coronation, she joked to T&C, "slightly changed my plans this year."