Mia Tindall stole the show at the Gatcombe Horse Trials over the weekend. The three-year-old was on hand to support her mother Zara Phillips as she competed in the annual riding event. The little royal appeared to enjoy herself at Gatcombe Park in Stroud, England playing with her royal relatives including cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips.
Mia stole the show at the horse trials in Stroud
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Zara’s cheeky daughter looked adorable for the family outing on Sunday, March 26 wearing a striped hooded sweatshirt and navy leggings. The toddler's grandmother Princess Anne, aunt Autumn Phillips and uncle Peter Phillips were also present for the horse trials. It was a fun-filled weekend for Mia, who was spotted walking her mum’s boxer dog Spey on a leash and snacking on crepes with her cousin Isla, in addition to horsing around with her older cousin Savannah. Last year Mike Tindall opened up about his little girl, Mia, revealing: "She's got quite a little personality on her, and we encourage that."
Zara Phillips' daughter played with her older cousin Savannah
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The Queen’s great-granddaughter has become a regular at horse racing fixtures and is often pictured in the safe hands of her rugby player father. Back in 2015, Mike admitted that he is a "hands on dad". He told the Times: "You've got to be a hands-on dad nowadays. Plus Zara spends a lot of time with the horses, so I don't have much choice in that sense."
Mike carried his little girl during the sporting event
Mike and Zara suffered a miscarriage last December. Less than a month after announcing that they were expecting their second child together, a spokesperson for the couple said: "Very sadly, Zara and Mike Tindall have lost their baby. At this difficult time, we ask that everyone respects their privacy."