Mia Tindall is melting hearts of royal fans worldwide with her boisterous antics. The two-year-old was pictured having a ball with her grandmother Princess Anne on Sunday. The duo along with Mia’s dad, Mike Tindall was there at the Gloucestershire Festival of Polo in Tetbury to cheer on the tot’s mom Zara Phillips, who competed in a charity match.

Mia showed off her throwing skills on the second day of the polo match as her 65-year-old granny looked on. It was a family day out for them and the tot looked adorable in a double denim outfit paired with cream tights. She wore an embroidered denim smock and denim jacket.

The tot teamed up her look with a pair of nude lace-up shoes. Her short blonde hair was left loose as she crouched at the feet of Anne and tugged on her trouser. Described as “a little wrecking ball” and “a little monkey” by her aunt, Autumn Phillips, Mia tried to seek the attention of her grandmother.

The little girl bonded with her grandmother while her doting dad Mike was around to take care of her. Mia got a kiss from her doting granny. She was then seen playing catch with Anne and ran with the latter following close behind.

Mia’s mom Zara competed in a match between jockeys and Olympic legends. The 35-year-old equestrian is currently practicing for Rio 2016. The tot later threw a tantrum and her mom had to cut short her game and attend to her.

Meanwhile, Mia has shown a keen interest in polo and picked up a polo mallet. She did the same on Saturday when she bonded with her mom and Uncle Prince Harry at the same polo grounds. She played with a friend using a mini mallet while Zara watched her cousin Prince William play in the charity match.

Little Mia also shared some fun moments with Harry, who was seen giving the former a cuddle and making her laugh as he gave her a tickle. Meanwhile, Anne seems to be enjoying her role as a grandmother to Mia and son Peter Phillips’ kids Savannah, five, and Isla, four.

“Anne loves to play games with them, the messier the better. Her influence on the little ones is clearly shown in the fact they’re country girls who love getting filthy and mucking about,” said a source earlier.