Royal Mum-To-Be Zara Phillips Steps Out In High Street Maternity Buy

by Hayley Kadrou |
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It seems Kate Middleton isn’t the only royal mum who’s got her eye on the ball when it comes to a high street maternity steal – Zara Phillips stays warm in ASOS Maternity, working casual style with looking oh-so-cosy.

Expected to give birth this month, the next royal mum-to-be Zara Phillips was spotted yesterday keeping a close watch on her three horses at the Heythrop Hunt Point-to-Point races in Gloucestershire.

The keen rider, who competed in the British Equestrian team in the London 2012 and came home with a silver medal, continued to ride throughout her early pregnancy.

Sat on the sidelines, Zara wrapped up warm in a cosy parker with a detachable faux fur lining from none other than online shopping giant ASOS. Glad to see even royals can’t resist a bargain!

Spending the day away from husband, rugby player and father-to-be Mike Tindall, 32-year-old Zara shared a laugh with friends, and looked happy, relaxed and glowing in the days leading up to her birth.

Were you out and about in the days leading up to your due date?

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