This Is How Zara Tindall Makes A Living

Despite the fact that Zara Tindall is the daughter of Princess Anne and granddaughter to Queen Elizabeth II, the royal does not receive any money from the royal purse.

 Tindall does not receive any help from the crown and leads a relatively normal life in comparison to her other family members due to the fact that Princess Anne and her father, Mark Phillips, decided not to bestow a royal title upon Tindall and her brother, Mark, according to Express. Apart from being a royal, Tindall has made a name for herself as an award-winning equestrian. In fact, she was a part of the British equestrian team, snagged a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games (per The Guardian).

Even though Tindall does not receive any handouts from Her Royal Highness, her royal status does mean that she has a bit more luck finding lucrative endeavors. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tindall has done fairly well for herself over the years with an approximate net worth of $20 million. But where did it come from? 

Tindall has secured sponsorship deals with many high-profile brands

Zara Tindall's net worth comes from a series of sponsorship deals and property investments. However, apart from being a successful athlete, Tindall has also worked hard to secure an earning of approximately $2 million per year in sponsorship deals, according to Now to Love

Tindall is reported to have endorsement deals with outdoor clothing company Musto worth an estimated $1.55 million and horse lovers game Howrse worth more than $100,000. The royal also has long-standing deals with Rolex, Land Rover, and investment firm Artemis. In 2019, she stepped into her latest role as the director of Cheltenham Racecourse in England. In this role, Tindall works to promote the Equestrian Team Great Britain as they prepare for the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Summer Games. 

In a statement on The Jockey Club's website, Tindall said, "Racing is simply the most exciting sport and it's open to all. It's an honor to have been asked by Martin St Quinton on behalf of The Jockey Club to get involved in a more formal capacity and I look forward to doing my bit to support the executive team in the years to come."

Her husband, former rugby player and business owner Mike Tindall, also earns a six-figure salary from his company, Kimble Trading, and through his work with Gloucester Rugby Club and celebrity endorsement deals. The couple also rents out several properties throughout the world that bring in thousands of dollars in profits.