Zara Phillips looked stunning as she attended the Grand National at Aintree in Liverpool to watch the races on Saturday. Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter brought her sartorial style to the races in a long burgundy coat and a cream fascinator as she joined the other spectators. She was joined by celebrity guests like Coleen Rooney and Roxanne Pallett to cheer on her favorite to win.

The 34-year-old British royal opted for a chic maroon coat that she paired with a cream asymmetric fascinator. She turned up the glam quotient at the races with a straw hat by Rosie Olivia millinery that featured trims with turkey feather flowers.   

Phillips' coat featured long sleeves, Chinese collar and a button-down style. The coat had chunky gold buttons and she accessorized with gold and diamond earrings, engagement ring and chunky bracelet. The mother-of-one, who won a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics, looked to be in high spirits as she cheered on from the stands and chatted with her friends.

Phillips protected her eyes from the sun with oversized sunglasses. She carried a gray handbag and wore a matching pair of suede high heels with gold accents. Phillips opted for a short-sleeve dress underneath the jacket. She color-coordinated her look with her husband, who looked dapper in a navy suit paired with a crisp white shirt and red tie.

The couple made an appearance without their daughter Mia Tindall. Phillips styled her long blonde tresses into a chic updo, wore nude lipstick and showed off her gray manicure to match her handbag and shoes. 

Phillips, who is married to former rugby star Tindal, is a regular fixture on the racing circuit and inherited her racing genes from her grandmother Elizabeth and mom Princess Anne. “It means I won’t be able to have any more children between now and then,” said Phillips, talking about her plans of having a second child on hold. She added after her two-year-old daughter was born, it paused her athletic career due to her fitness levels. In order to get fit, she works out regularly on an exercise bike in the morning.