Lindsay Wallace makes two public appearances for Platinum Jubilee celebrations

Peter Philips arrived at the Platinum Pageant alongside his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace – marking the third outing together over this Jubilee weekend.

Yesterday he made his public debut with Lindsay at two separate events to mark the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, a year after divorcing his wife Autumn.

The 44-year-old, who is the monarch’s grandson, attended the Platinum Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace last night with Lindsay, 40, a family friend and daughter of an oil tycoon.

They watched acts such as Diana Ross, Queen, George Ezra and Elbow during the celebration, which took place on the third day of the festivities.

Peter and Lindsay sat in the royal box alongside his daughters and senior members of the company, including Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.

Peter Philips arrived at the Platinum Pageant alongside his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace – marking the third outing together over this Jubilee weekend

Peter Phillips and Lindsay Wallace attended the Epsom Derby at Epsom Racecourse yesterday, in their first public appearance as a couple

Peter Phillips and Lindsay Wallace attended the Epsom Derby at Epsom Racecourse yesterday, in their first public appearance as a couple

The 44-year-old, who is the Queen's grandson, also attended the Platinum Jubilee concert last night outside Buckingham Palace with Lindsay and chatted animatedly with his mother, Princess Anne, in the royal lodge.

The 44-year-old, who is the Queen’s grandson, also attended the Platinum Jubilee concert last night outside Buckingham Palace with Lindsay and chatted animatedly with his mother, Princess Anne, in the royal lodge.

Today Lindsay opted for a bright pink number, while yesterday she kept her blonde locks loose, wearing them wavy as she sported a blazer and white top for the event.

Peter, who shares daughters Savannah, 11, and Isla, 10, with his ex-wife, was pictured talking to his mother, Princess Anne, with Lindsay at the concert yesterday.

Members of the Royal Family were seen waving flags and singing along to ‘Sweet Caroline’ at last night’s event.

Peter and Lindsay also attended the Epsom Derby earlier yesterday on their first public outing, joining hundreds of other racing fans at the event.

Lindsay dazzled in a long-sleeved coral Victoria Beckham dress, which she paired with white shoes and a white clutch, while Peter looked dapper in a morning dress.

They were seen smiling and chatting animatedly as they watched the action with Princess Anne and Zara and Mike Tindall. At one point, Peter also placed a protective arm on a smiling Lindsay’s shoulder.

The Princess Royal was smiling ear to ear as she arrived at Epsom Racecourse for Derby Day to replace Her Majesty The Queen, who watches the horse racing from her home at Windsor Castle after s be removed from another Jubilee event.

Today Lindsay (centre right) opted for a bright pink number, while yesterday she left her blonde locks loose, wearing them in waves as she wore a blazer and white top to the event .

Today Lindsay (centre right) opted for a bright pink number, while yesterday she left her blonde locks loose, wearing them in waves as she wore a blazer and white top to the event .

Lindsay dazzled in a long-sleeved coral dress, which she paired with white shoes and a white clutch, while Peter looked dapper in a morning dress

Lindsay dazzled in a long-sleeved coral dress, which she paired with white shoes and a white clutch, while Peter looked dapper in a morning dress

Ms Wallace did not attend the Queen’s Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday, but her new partner joined the Royal Family, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during the event.

Peter’s new love is a family friend and attended the £40,000-a-year school in Gordonstoun, Scotland, a school also attended by Prince Charles and Prince Philip.

She went to school alongside Zara Tindall and is said to “cherish” her friendship with the royal, having attended his wedding in 2011.

It is understood that Ms Wallace, the daughter of an oil tycoon, and Mr Phillips became close after a school reunion spending time together following the breakdown of their two marriages.

Mr Phillips finalized his divorce from wife Autumn in June, 16 months after announcing their separation in February 2020.

Lindsay is believed to be separated but not divorced from her husband.

They were seen smiling and chatting animatedly before heading out to see the action at the Epsom Derby

They were seen smiling and chatting animatedly before heading out to see the action at the Epsom Derby

At one point, Peter also placed a protective arm on Lindsay's smiling shoulder as they spoke at the event yesterday.

At one point, Peter also placed a protective arm on Lindsay’s smiling shoulder as they spoke at the event yesterday.

Peter and Autumn share daughters Savannah, 10, and Isla, nine, and continue to live on Princess Anne’s estate in Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire.

Mr Phillips made headlines in March last year when he was spotted visiting Ms Wallace’s home in St Cyrus, near Montrose, Aberdeenshire, sparking concerns he had breached lockdown restrictions to make the 460-mile round trip from his Gloucestershire home.

Residents called the police when they saw her car at her home.

Speaking in March last year, a source said the couple were ‘keeping things under wraps’ and ‘only the inner circle knew about this friendship’.

At the time, the royal insisted the trip to Scotland had been made as a marketing consultant for company XF Medical, set up last June to provide rapid Covid tests and antibody tests to businesses , although sources said he was ‘in love’ with Ms Wallace.

Officers ‘gave advice’ but Peter said he spent the night there on business, leading Police Scotland to conclude he was not breaking lockdown rules which only allowed “essential travel” in the country. He is said to have visited Ms Wallace in August 2020.

Eight months later, he showed he was serious about his new relationship when he brought Mrs Wallace as a date to his nephew Lucas’ christening.

The couple were pictured together in a car ahead of the Royal Family gathering.

Ms Wallace (next to Peter, left) did not attend the Queen's Thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral on Thursday, but her new partner joined the Royal Family, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the event.

Ms Wallace (next to Peter, left) did not attend the Queen’s Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Thursday, but her new partner joined the Royal Family, including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the event.

Peter's new love (left) is a family friend and attended the £40,000-a-year school in Gordonstoun, Scotland, a school also attended by Prince Charles and Prince Philip

Peter’s new love (left) is a family friend and attended the £40,000-a-year school in Gordonstoun, Scotland, a school also attended by Prince Charles and Prince Philip

It is understood Ms Wallace and Mr Phillips became close after a school reunion spending time together following the breakdown of their two marriages (pictured behind Prince Charles and Princess Anne)

It is understood Ms Wallace and Mr Phillips became close after a school reunion spending time together following the breakdown of their two marriages (pictured behind Prince Charles and Princess Anne)

Stylish in a cream coat and black hat, Ms Wallace was in the front seat alongside him as he drove his 4×4 through Windsor Park and watched his lap as cameras snapped pictures of the royal arrivals.

A spokesperson for Mr Phillips confirmed at the time that Ms Wallace, 40, accompanied him to the joint christening of Zara and Mike Tindall’s son Lucas and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s son, August, in Windsor.

In January, the Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips introduced his girlfriend to his grandmother, according to reports.

The father-of-two reportedly introduced his new partner Lindsay to Her Majesty following a shooting in Windsor.

Corina C. Butler