Mike Tindall reveals special reunion on Instagram after joining Zara for day at races

The Tindalls attended the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday, with Mike taking to Instagram to share pictures from the outing. Posting a series of snaps, the ex-England rugby star, 41, revealed he had bumped into some of his fellow players.

Mike wrote: “Fantastic first day of Cheltenham! Great to see the @englandrugby lads in the @hospitalityfinder Green Room. No winners but there is always today!!”

The dad-of-two posed with Tom Curry, Ellis Genge, Jamie George, Ben Earl, Elliot Daly and Lawrence Dallaglio.

He also shared two other photos, with one featuring Zara.

The post prompted an excited reaction from some of his followers.

One commented: “Dangerous crew!”

Another wrote: “Great photo.”

In a joke about the flat caps some of the rugby players were wearing, a third Instagram user said: “The peaky blinders.”

Mike looked dapper for the day out in a brown tweed suit.

Mother-of-two Zara, 38, was glamorous in a long navy coat teamed with knee-high boots.

The equestrian completed the stunning look with a matching blue fascinator.

And Zara made another appearance at the horse racing event yesterday with her mother Princess Anne, 69.

The 38-year-old put on a stylish display in a black and white coat.

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The Duchess of Cornwall, 72, also attended Ladies Day at the races.

Camilla wore an emerald green coat, polka dot dress, brown hat and gloves, and knee-high boots.

Prince Charles’s wife was presenting the trophy for The Queen Mother Champion Steeple Chase.

The royals put any fears over the coronavirus outbreak aside for the races.

Increased hygiene measures have been put in place for this year’s event.

More than 60,000 racegoers attended the first day on Tuesday, about 7,000 less than last year.

Additional wash basins and hand sanitiser stations have been set up, with signs reminding racegoers to wash their hands.

Ian Renton, regional director Cheltenham and the South West, Jockey Club Racecourses, said: “We had a fantastic first day here yesterday, with seven brilliant races, which reminds us what the sport is really about.

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“All the measures we put in place were well used by racegoers, and we were topping up our hand sanitiser gel stations all day long.

“The racegoers heeded the advice we gave to ensure that hygiene was kept at a maximum.”

Last week, Camilla joked about coronavirus during an engagement at the London Transport Museum.

The 72-year-old stepped into an old air raid shelter which was on display and said: “I’m self-isolating.”

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