Princess Anne, the late Queen's only daughter, has resumed her royal duties after taking some time off during the Easter holidays. The 72-year-old royal had no recorded engagements last week, but she made a public appearance on Easter Sunday at St George's Chapel in Windsor.
Princess Anne is known for being one of the hardest working royals and her week off seemed like a rare occurrence. However, the Princess was back on official duties on Monday as she attended the Kelso Races Bicentenary celebrations in the Scottish Borders. Photos shared by Scottish Racing on Twitter show Princess Anne elegantly dressed in a burgundy coat, a brown midi skirt, and boots for her outing. She also wore a gold horse brooch, which seemed to be a fitting accessory for the occasion as it celebrated the racecourse's 200th anniversary.
The King and Queen Consort are believed to be enjoying some time at their Scottish residence, Birkhall, after being spotted at Crathie Kirk church last weekend. Princess Anne also seems to be staying a couple of days in Scotland this week as she is scheduled to carry out engagements in Inverness on Tuesday and attend Scotland Women vs Italy Women in their international rugby match at Edinburgh Rugby Stadium on Saturday.
On Easter Sunday, the Princess Royal joined other members of the royal family at St George's Chapel in Windsor. She was accompanied by her children, Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, as well as Charles, Camilla, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh. Princess Anne's son-in-law, Mike Tindall, made the crowds giggle as the royals left the church service.
The Princess Royal looked elegant in a white coat with navy accessories for the formal outing. Her sense of style and fashion has always been impeccable, and she never fails to impress onlookers with her choice of outfits.
Princess Anne's dedication to her royal duties and her hard work have made her a beloved member of the British royal family. Despite her age, she continues to be an active participant in various events and engagements, representing the royal family with grace and dignity.