Zara Tindall's athletic prowess is well documented. From her impressive Olympic career to her ongoing love for equestrianism, the daughter of Princess Anne is a woman of many talents - but she can now add yet another string to her bow.
The wife of Mike Tindall, 42, can officially add modelling to her skillset after being part of outdoor retailer Musto's Autumn/Winter 2023 campaign.
The British heritage brand released a set of exclusive photographs of the mother-of-three modelling her favourite picks from Musto's A/W 23 lifestyle collection.
Donning a set of quilted outerwear, including the Musto women’s 'Marina Long Quilted Jacket' in 'Windsor Wine' and the 'Marina Primaloft Rain Jacket', Zara looked to be in her element modelling the casual clothing.
Speaking on behalf of the brand, Zara said: "It's definitely starting to feel autumnal and these jackets are the perfect choice for staying warm and dry, as the colder, wetter weather starts to set in.
INSIDE ZARA'S STYLE FILE
"I have worn Musto for years, and it’s the perfect kit for riding horses, walking the dogs, and being outside, all of which I love," added the royal.
It's not the first time Zara has been seen wearing Musto, with the royal having served as an ambassador for the brand for 16 years, which she says she has "trusted even in the harshest of conditions."
Nick Houchin, Musto’s Head of Marketing, added: "Zara’s top picks perfectly reflect her style and why for 16 years she has been the ultimate ambassador for Musto in the Outdoors."
Modelling isn't the only hidden talent of Zara's that has been unveiled recently.
Zara's husband Mike, who is a co-host of podcast The Good, The Bad, And the Rugby, admitted in a recent episode that he and Zara are competitive as a couple, explaining: "I would say that my wife and I have that competitiveness about anything, if we play tennis or anything, she would always want to beat me."
He divulged: "She always talks about her sprinting career [laughs]. Sorry if she watches this!"
Prince William, who also featured in the episode, replied: "Zara's sprinting career? That was quite short-lived, was it?" to which the Princess Royal revealed: "Hurdles. Yeah, she was very good."