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Mia Tindall steals show at charity polo match

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Little Mia Tindall showed her cheeky side while playing with her mother, Zara Phillips, and a friend on the side lines at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match. The adorable two-year-old played with a polo mallet before rolling down the hill with a little help from her mum, then said hello to her second cousins, Prince William and Prince Harry.

Mia's dad Mike Tindall had previously said that his daughter has "quite a little personality on her," and it certainly came across as she laughed and played with a friend while dressed casually in pink patterned leggings, a white top and denim jacket.

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Mia giggled as Prince Harry blew raspberries on her back

After Mia grew upset when a polo mallet was taken from her, she was cheered up by her mum swinging her around, and showed off by rolling down the hill as her mum tried to catch her. The cute royal was also visited by both Prince William and Prince Harry, who jokily blew raspberries on her back while she bashfully hugged Zara.  

Mike has previously opened up about his daughter, chatting about her iconic pose in the Queen's portrait with her grandchildren and great-children. Mia received a great deal of attention as she held up the Queen's handbag, and Mike revealed that it was a "great photo for her."

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Mia stole the show at the match

He said: "It just happened at the right time. She was being a bit naughty. The queen got it quite right when she told her: 'Just hold the handbag now' and she did that. It ended up being a great photo for her. It just turned out to be the right photo at the right time and it will be something we'll always cherish, I think."

The Duke of Cambridge took part in the polo match in aid of England and Wales Mountain Rescue, Household Cavalry Foundation and the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust. Prince William and Prince Harry have been playing in charity polo matches since 2007, and have since managed to raise over £10million for charity.  

 

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