Peter Phillips Joins Family Members At The Cheltenham Festival 

Peter Phillips Joins Family Members At The Cheltenham Festival 

Thursday saw yet another significant royal presence at the Cheltenham Festival, with Peter Phillips joining his family members at the renowned racing event in Gloucestershire.

Peter, who serves as the head of partner acquisition for the sports and entertainment rights agency CSM Sport & Entertainment, was spotted upon his arrival at the racecourse. His younger sister, Zara Tindall, holds a position as a racecourse director there.

The 46-year-old father-of-two cut a dapper figure in a checked jacket, complemented by a shirt, a burgundy jumper, and a blue patterned tie, for the annual sporting affair. In attendance alongside Peter were his mother, the Princess Royal, his sister Zara and her husband, Mike Tindall, as well as their cousin Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Equestrian Zara, aged 42, chose a grey tweed coat over a black ensemble featuring a frilled collar, completing her ensemble with an emerald green fascinator. Princess Beatrice, aged 35, exuded elegance in a brown flared coat layered over a black outfit, accentuated by a patterned headband.

Meanwhile, Princess Anne, aged 73, adorned in a green tweed coat and a trilby hat, presented trainer Willie Mullins with a framed print commemorating his one-hundredth Cheltenham victory.

Princess Anne looked lovely in green

Zara and Mike have been present at each day of the ongoing four-day festival, accompanied by various royal relatives, such as Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, and Queen Camilla, who joined them on Wednesday.

Last week, Peter, who is in a relationship with long-time friend Lindsay Steven, disclosed some unfortunate news. As the event director for the Festival of British Eventing, the businessman announced that this year’s event would not be taking place.

Beatrice and Edoardo with Mike and Zara

In a statement, he said: “It is with a heavy heart that The Festival, which has played a significant part in the British Eventing calendar since 1983, cannot run this year. The event has also been a huge part of my family’s lives and those of many others for 40 years.

“It has built up a large community that has enjoyed and celebrated The Festival each year. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved over the past four decades; our sponsors for their unwavering support, the large selection of trade stands and arena entertainment and our spectators who have loved coming to Gatcombe to watch the world-class equestrian sport from the famous Park Bowl.”

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