Mike Tindall playfully DONS Zara’s fascinator as the royal couple attend Magic Millions horse races in Australia


AUSTRALIA – Mike Tindall was seen cheekily wearing his wife Zara’s fascinator as the couple enjoyed a day of horse-racing in Australia.

Meet The Brand Ambassadors For Magic Millions

The couple – who have been married for almost 13 years – are brand ambassadors for the racehorse auction house Magic Millions, a deal that is reported to earn them £125,000 every year.

As part of their work with the company, Princess Anne‘s daughter, 42, and the former rugby star, 45, travel to Australia’s Gold Coast every year to promote the races.

Their Sumptuous Looks

Zara and Mike looked suitably glamorous as they arrived at the event this afternoon – before the rugby player playfully took a turn wearing his wife’s hat.

The mother-of-three opted for a stunning orange-and-blue floral dress with floaty cap sleeves.

Zara paired her shirt dress with a thick matching belt that cinched her in at the waist.

The former equestrian – who won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics – paired her dress with silver high heels and a matching clutch bag.

The royal finished off her outfit with a cream fascinator – which had orange and blue floral details to match Zara’s elegant dress.

Meanwhile, Mike looked equally dapper in a cream suit, brown suede shoes and navy striped tie.

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How They Spent the Day

During the day, the pair were seen speaking with friends and drinking glasses of Aperol Spritz inside their private box at the Magic Millions racecourse.

At one point, Zara walked on to the racecourse to stroke one of the competing horses.

As they were leaving, Mike was pictured playfully wearing his wife’s fascinator in the car park – while Zara was nowhere to be seen.

The father-of-three – who looked rather stony-faced – appeared to be keeping the delicate piece of couture safe on Zara’s behalf as they prepared to leave the racecourse.

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