After they arrived, they were greeted by a special honor guard, made up of 40 royal jockeys who wore the queen's purple and gold racing colors. The queen was also scheduled to appear at the Epsom Derby. But unfortunately, due to mobility issues, she was unable to attend, and Zara's mother, Princess Anne, stepped in for the matriarch.
Still, Phil White, London Regional Director for The Jockey Club, confirmed that Her Majesty would be watching along on television, which comes as no surprise, given her love of horses.
"We would like to wish Her Majesty The Queen a wonderful Platinum Jubilee," White announced at the event. "It is a rare occasion that The Queen is unable to join us at Epsom Downs but we are delighted she plans to enjoy Derby Day on television."
While discussing the ongoing Jubilee celebration in an interview with ITV, Zara said per People, "There's so much going on in the world at the moment that's not positive, and this is a great weekend to be positive and just enjoy everyone together."
She continued, "Everyone has had such a tricky time over the last two years, so actually to have everyone together and to be able to do these occasions together and celebrate an amazing lady has been amazing. And this is my first time here, so I'm really excited to be here."
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