Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall wear matching team outfits at Artemis Challenge

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[13:39] Britain's Zara Phillips with husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall
Britain's Zara Phillips with husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall on Court 1 at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, July 8, 2015. Reuters/Toby Melville

Zara Phillips, 34, and her husband, Mike Tindall, 36, wore matching outfits during the Artemis Challenge on the Isle of Wight on Thursday.

The royal couple were wearing Artemis navy sweatshirts featuring long sleeves and turtle neck. Phillips, the 34-year-old equestrian, was also wearing an Artemis waterproof jacket, which she paired with a navy cap, Hello reported. The former English rugby player, meanwhile, opted for a matching team overall on top of his sweatshirt. And the couple finished off their look with pale gray sneakers with red trims.

They looked completely loved-up and were seen indulging in PDA at the annual charity event. The two were cuddled up as they reached the finish line, flashing huge smiles. Also Phillips and Tindall were spotted sharing some lighter moments on the deck of their team's Ocean Racing boat. 

Zara and Mike competed against a group of other rugby players. They were in high spirits as they participated in the sailing challenge along with former rugby legends. The big names included French rugby players Serge Betsen and Sylvain Marconnet, former Scotland Rugby player Gavin Hastings and polar explorer Ben Saunders.

“Mike and I have enjoyed racing in the Artemis Challenge a number of times and it’s always a lot of fun. With the tension building ahead of the Rugby World Cup and England’s game against France next weekend, it is great to get rugby players from England, Scotland and France to join in,” she said to  ahead of the competition, according to Artemischallenge.com.

The Olympic equestrian silver medalist added that the sailing challenge was all about everyone trying to raise money for the charity to aid various charities funded by the organisation. She was there at the event to raise money for Women in Sport. The prize money for the 50-mile race was 10,000 pounds (Au $21,267).

Zara earlier attended the annual Festival of British Eventing with her 18-month-old daughter, Mia, at Gatcombe Estate in Glouscestershire. It was Little Mia who stole the show at the event dressed in a yellow summer dress and straw hat.

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