Zara Tindall and Mia support Mike Tindall's quadrathlon

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Zara Tindall showed her support for husband Mike Tindall as he competed in a challenging quadrathlon on Saturday. Accompanied by their daughter Mia, the 34-year-old cheered on her spouse throughout the event in Loch Tay, Perthshire.

The gruelling Artemis Great Kondrochit Quadrathlon saw Mike join forces with former Scottish rugby player Rory Lawson for a 0.8-mile swim, 15-mile run or walk, seven-mile kayak and 34-mile bike ride around the Scottish countryside.

While Mike and his teammate competed in the challenge, Zara and Mia were on hand to offer support and refreshments. Zara even cycled parts of the route alongside her husband.

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Mike Tindall was supported by Zara Tindall and their daughter Mia

The Queen's granddaughter appeared to be in high spirits throughout her day out and stopped to give Mike a kiss as he carried out his 15-mile walk with Rory.

Zara also ensured she kept her 18-month-old daughter entertained while they waited for Mike to complete the challenge. Mia and her mum were both dressed in casual ensembles for their day out in the Scottish countryside, both wearing jeans and hooded rain jackets.

Mike and his team Artemis Tindall Lawson completed the quadrathlon at 7.50pm, in 166th place. The event is expected to raise £250,000 for charities Mary's Meals and Mercy Corps.

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Zara cycled around with Mia while Mike completed the quadrathlon

Zara and Mike's loved-up display comes just weeks after the pair were forced to deny that they are expecting their second child together.

Mum-of-one Zara sparked pregnancy rumours when she was pictured patting her stomach while wearing a fitted yellow dress at Royal Ascot, however a representative for the royal told MailOnline that the speculation is untrue, and reiterated that the couple aren't planning to have another child until after the Rio Olympics in 2016.

The representative said: "Zara is not pregnant – her plans remain the same in terms of preparation for Rio 2016."

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