Mia Tindall looked adorable as she stole the show at the Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire, South West England. The 2-year-old made an appearance with her retired rugby star dad Mike Tindall, while her mom Zara Phillips competed on Day 2 of the tournament.

Mike was on dad duty as the two watched Zara from the stands. The 34-year-old granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II shared a sweet kiss with her husband, while their daughter stuck out her tongue at her dad sitting on top of his shoulders. The toddler wore dungarees and a navy top.

Mia's denim overalls are from Boden and the full-length outfit was rolled up. Mia’s exact style is currently sold out, but a short version of it is available online.

The little girl’s hair was left open and she carried a comforter. Little Mia completed her look in a pair of gray, black and red sneakers and wore pale pink socks with star patterns. She and her dad met Zara after she took part in the dressage event. The Olympic silver medalist was riding on High Kingdom, one of her favorite horses, who she competed on in the London 2012 Games.

Zara and High Kingdom posted a score of 48.0 penalties, putting them in the leaderboard’s Top 20. “He was a little bit jolly in there, but it is better to be that way. He hasn’t been in a proper arena for a year, so I am pleased with him,” Zara told Hello magazine, referring to her horse, who suffered a freak stable accident last season.

The athlete, 34, and her husband Mike, 37, welcomed their daughter in January 2014. The queen’s granddaughter has previously said that she would like to have another baby, but after this year’s Rio Olympics. Mike has previously spoken about being a “hands-on dad” in an interview with the Times. “Plus Zara spends a lot of time with the horses, so I don't have much choice in that sense,” he said.