In a festive mood to attend the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday 28 May, Zara Tindall, Princess Anne’s daughter, was immortalised dancing to a worldwide hit. The video was commented on and shared exclusively by Hello! magazine on Monday 29 May.
Princess Anne’s daughter as you’ve never seen her before. On Sunday 28 May, Zara Tindall once again made her presence felt at the Monaco Grand Prix. The 42-year-old travelled to the Rock this weekend with her husband, Mike Tindall, to attend the Formula 1 showpiece, a social event par excellence where VIP guests flock. The sun, blue skies and champagne that punctuated this magnificent day, presided over by Prince Albert II and his wife Princess Charlene, gave some ideas to the niece of King Charles III. A video posted on Instagram and relayed by Hello! magazine bears witness to her festive mood.
In this sequence posted on the social network by one of her best friends, TV presenter Natalie Pinkham, Zara Tindall can be seen DJing on a boat in the company of friends and family. With headphones on and a summery shirt-dress, the professional rider lets loose to the sound of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ hit Can’t Hold Us. A testament to the simplicity of this little-known figure of the British Crown. More discreet than other members of the Firm, Zara Tindall ranks 20th in the order of succession to the throne. She has no title of nobility, as her mother wished, wanting her children to grow up freely.
Princess Charlene radiant with a striking look
In keeping with tradition, the Grimaldis also made their mark on the Monaco Grand Prix. The royal couple and their children, Gabriella and Jacques, looked radiant as they watched the races over two days, from Saturday to Sunday 28 May. Princess Charlene caused a particular stir, appearing dyed brunette. The former professional swimmer wore her new hair colour for the first time earlier this month, on Friday 12 May, at the Maria Callas gala. It’s a new look that suits her to a tee, and paves the way for other attempts at fashion that we can’t wait to discover.
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