London, August 2 (ANI): Zara Phillips, who is expected to be riding high after winning a silver medal in a thrilling team Olympic equestrian event on Tuesday, has just the vehicle for it - a gleaming 26-ton, sky-blue 'super-lorry' which has proved crucial to her preparations for the Games.
The 31-year-old Royal has regularly been seen at the wheel of the huge Oakley Supremacy 'horsebox' vehicle, which costs 500,000 pounds.
The transport method of choice for all but one of Zara's medal-winning team, it has room for six horses and six human companions to sleep comfortably, the Daily Mail reported.
The vehicle comes with a double bed and a fully equipped bathroom, complete with shower, toilet and his and hers washbasins.
Modern appliances can be found in the kitchen, including a dishwasher, a fridge, a freezer, an oven and a microwave.
The gadgets are concealed in walnut cabinets, found beneath stylish granite worktops. Cooking is done on a diesel hob.
Perhaps most impressive of all is the air-conditioned living room, which can slide out to create more space.
It has a plasma television showing satellite programmes and a sound system to provide entertainment on long journeys to events.
At 39ft long, the truck has cameras at the back which relay images to help the driver reverse, as well as ones in each horsebox so they can keep an eye on the animals. (ANI)