During the outing, the Queen's daughter spoke with equestrian and trainer Jennie Loriston-Clarke, watched coaching demonstrations and gave a speech about the importance of having qualified coaches in the equestrian industry.
The Princess Royal wrapped up in a navy peacoat accented with a red scarf and a golden horse brooch! Her hair was swept back in her signature elegant chignon.
It was an event that was likely right in line with the horse-loving royal's interests. Like her mother, Anne has a fondness for horses and had a successful career as an equestrian! The princess made history as the first British royal to compete in the Olympics. Anne rode the Queen's horse, Goodwill, in Eventing at the 1976 Games in Montreal.
Several royals from around the world have cancelled and/or postponed events due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
According to HELLO! UK, the British Horse Society reported that additional measures were in place to protect the 300+ visitors to Addington Equestrian Centre.
"We're doing exactly what the Government has advised," a spokeswoman told the Press Association. "We have additional hand sanitizers and we're encouraging people to wash their hands."
Last week, Anne was one of several royals who stepped out to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, the annual horse race which takes place at the Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire.
The 69-year-old watched the races on several days, which ran from March 10 to March 13. Other royals to make appearances included Zara and Mike Tindall, Duchess Camilla, and Peter and Autumn Phillips.