Zara Tindall turns heads in canary yellow mini dress – photos

Olympic rider Zara Tindall certainly has the legs for a mini dress. She wore one recently to her stepsister’s wedding, but has loved the trend for several years.

Five-month-pregnant Zara stepped out in Goodwood on August 1, 2013, turning heads in a yellow dress.

But it wasn’t the vibrant color that was the most striking element of the look.

The royal’s mini dress – well above the knee – showed off her fabulous, toned legs.

It is likely that Zara also wore tights, as per royal style protocol, but these were bare so did not cover her legs.

The canary-yellow shift dress had elbow-length sleeves.

Each cuff had a chic slit to add extra dimension to the dress.

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There was also a slit barely there in the front of the dress, but it was so small that it still preserved the modesty of the royal.

In fact, Daena Borrowman, head of marketing at jewellerybox, told “Royal women are also discouraged from showing their cleavage.”

Zara paired her yellow dress with nude platform heels.

She also opted for a diamond-encrusted watch.

Of course, she wore her stunning diamond engagement ring, estimated at £140,000.

She also wore a tiny pair of white studs.


Her face was rosy with just a swipe of nude lipstick.

She also wore her hair in a loose bun with small flyaways giving it a bit of a casual look.

Far from a dull maternity outfit, Zara completely stole the show.

Perhaps she even inspired Kate Middleton, who, nine years later in 2022, wore canary yellow at Wimbledon.

This isn’t the first time the royal has wowed in a short dress.

In 2010, Zara turned heads at Range Rover’s 40th anniversary party.

Hosted by none other than Vogue, she opted for a 20s-style navy blue flapper dress, accessorized with a sparkling diamond bracelet.

A year prior, in 2011, Zara looked glam in a leggy blue and white number as she hosted her pre-wedding party.

At the height of summer on July 29, the tanned royal opted for a one-shoulder dress.

Again, she paired it with nude heels to accentuate her pins.

Not quite a mini dress, she wore a blue and white just below the knee number at the Gold Coast Racecourse on January 10, 2015.

In recent years, on July 28, 2018, Zara attended the International Polo Day in a casual black mini dress.

This featured delicate embroidery on the skirt.

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