Zara Tindall wears a creamy 740 pound midi dress by Australian luxury fashion brand Zimmermann

Zara Tindall cut her elegant figure when she appeared today at the Platinum Jubilee Choice along with her daughters and husband Mike Tindall.

A mother of three (41) and her ex-husband who plays rugby in England (43) smiled as they sat in the Royal Box to watch the event in front of Buckingham Palace, which shows a hologram of the Queen projected on a carriage.

In a £ 740 £ 740 cotton midi dress, Zara sat next to their three-year-old daughter Lena. Meanwhile, their eight-year-old daughter Mia sat next to her father Mike in the two-and-a-half-hour platinum jubilee contest. The couple did not show up next to their son Lucas, who is only a year old.

The choice is divided into four acts: For the Queen and the country with a military parade; The time of our lives is advancing through seven decades of culture, music and fashion; Let’s celebrate by telling the story of the Queen’s life in 12 chapters with corgi dolls and carnival creations; and the musical spectacle Happy and Glorious.

Wearing a Zimmermann creamy midi dress by Broderie Anglaise with a floral print of £ 740, Zara sat next to their daughter Lena, three

Wearing a Zimmermann creamy midi dress by Broderie Anglaise with a floral print of £ 740, Zara sat next to their daughter Lena, three

Meanwhile, their eight-year-old daughter Mia sat next to her father Mike in the two-and-a-half-hour platinum jubilee contest.  In the picture, Zara

Meanwhile, their eight-year-old daughter Mia sat next to her father Mike in the two-and-a-half-hour platinum jubilee contest. In the picture, Zara

Zara complemented her look with 156-pound Illesteva tortoise sunglasses and earrings.  She wore relaxed blue strands and minimal makeup

Zara complemented her look with 156-pound Illesteva tortoise sunglasses and earrings. She wore relaxed blue strands and minimal makeup

Zara complemented her look with 156-pound Illesteva tortoise sunglasses and earrings. She wore relaxed blue strands and minimal makeup.

Meanwhile, her husband Mike cut the elegant figure into a bright suit with a white shirt and a pink tie.

The hologram of the young queen waving to royal fans in the mall was transferred to the Gold State Coach, while members of the royal family and politicians gathered in front of Buckingham Palace to watch today’s spectacular £ 15 million platinum jubilee competition.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their children George, Charlotte and Lewis, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tyndall sat in the Royal Lodge with Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, Keir Starmer and Sadiq Khan an incredible two-mile procession through central London.

About 10,000 people, including a team of 6,000 performers, are involved in setting up a carnival route from the Horse Guard, along Whitehall to Admiralty Arch and down The Mall to Buckingham Palace, repeating Her Majesty’s 1953 coronation procession.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their children George, Charlotte and Lewis, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tyndall sit in the Royal Lodge along with Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, Keir Starmer and Sadiq Khan watching the amazing a two-mile procession through central London.  In the picture, the royal box

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, their children George, Charlotte and Lewis, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tyndall sit in the Royal Lodge along with Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, Keir Starmer and Sadiq Khan watching the amazing a two-mile procession through central London. In the picture, the royal box

Victoria Starmer, Keir Starmer, Lena Tindall, Zara Tindall, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge watch Platinum Pageant today

Victoria Starmer, Keir Starmer, Lena Tindall, Zara Tindall, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge watch Platinum Pageant today

Mike Tindall, Victoria Starmer, Mia Tindall, (first row) Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Louis of Cambridge are waiting today for the Platinum election

Mike Tindall, Victoria Starmer, Mia Tindall, (first row) Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Louis of Cambridge are waiting today for the Platinum election

Morris Minor cars can be seen during the Platinum Jubilee, which marks the end of the Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee celebration

Morris Minor cars can be seen during the Platinum Jubilee, which marks the end of the Queen Elizabeth Platinum Jubilee celebration

The selection comes after Mike and Zara attended the Platinum Jubilee Party at the Park and Epsom Derby yesterday, where Zara’s mother Princess Anne represented the Queen.

At last night’s concert, the Queen’s granddaughter (41) came out in a dark blue number of short sleeves, which she combined with a black blazer while sitting behind Cambridge at a concert with the stars.

She finished the look by styling her short blonde hair into loose waves and opted for a small pair of gold earrings.

Zari, who looked in a good mood as she joined the crowd raising her arms and waving a flag, was joined by her husband Mike, who looked elegant in a dark blue jacket and pale blue shirt, which he casually wore with the top button open.

Meanwhile, the introductory act of the Platinum Jubilee Election was a military parade. He celebrated the UK Armed Forces from all three services, along with soldiers from Commonwealth countries including Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Pakistan, Ghana, Belize, Jamaica and Sri Lanka.

The first part of the election paid tribute to the people who served their country during the Queen’s reign.

The Guards, the Gurkhas, the Royal Marines and the cavalry regiment in their breastplates and feathers with feathers were among the hundreds of soldiers and women who led the march through the streets around Buckingham Palace.

Charles greeted the various military units as they passed the royal lodge and stood up to pay tribute to the soldiers and women as they passed.

The Time of Our Lifes has been a dazzling look at British life since 1952. It has passed decade after decade, looking back at the transformation of pop culture from the 1950s to the present decade.

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