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Zara and Mike Tindall's daughter Mia reaches major new milestone!

Mia is the couple's eldest child

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Gemma Strong
Online Digital News Director
February 28, 2023
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Zara and Mike Tindall are the proud parents to three children – and their eldest daughter Mia is growing up fast.

New photos showing the family cheering on Mike at a charity football match on Sunday reveal that the nine-year-old has reached a major milestone.

WATCH: Mia Tindall turns nine years old!

Mia can be seen alongside her younger sister Lena, four, dressed in a maroon puffer jacket with a fur-lined hood and jeans, with her hair pulled back in a ponytail.

She is also sporting a brand new accessory – stud earrings.

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It's the first time Mia has been seen since getting her ears pierced. It's not known exactly when she had them done but it was perhaps a birthday gift from her parents; Mia celebrated her 9th birthday on 17 January.

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Mia and Lena are both big sisters to one-year-old Lucas, who was born on 21 March 2021.

In an exclusive interview with HELLO!, Mike opened up about his children and revealed how they are following in his footsteps.

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"Both Mia and Lena go to Minchinhampton rugby club on a Sunday and they are only 9 and 4 so we've got to give them a bit of time before the pressure comes on! But they love all sports and they play rugby as well," the former England rugby captain shared.

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Just last year, Mike again spoke about Mia during an appearance on Loose Women. As the subject of competition came up, Mike revealed his parenting style.

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"It's bad because every time I think, 'I can't let them win'," he admitted. "But] it's a balance. I always let Mia win occasionally, we have races up the stairs and stuff.

"But I always make sure I beat her a few times because she absolutely goes mad - she's so competitive. But it's a part of making sure she also understands she has to be able to take losing every now and again."

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