Mia Tindall stole the show while cheering on her mom Zara Phillips at the Gatcombe Horse Trials over the weekend. She and her former rugby player dad Mike were spotted having some fun while at the trials. The two-year-old, who is the great granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, looked like she was enjoying cuddles from her father.
The little girl looked cute in a pale gray windproof jacket with long sleeves. It also had a hoodie, front pockets with chain detailing. The jacket’s hoodie had fur trims.
She paired her jacket with dark blue jeans and wore a pair of camel colored ankle-length boots. The blonde teamed up her look in a red knitted bobble hat with gray fur.
The daughter of Mike and Zara who celebrated her 2nd birthday in January is no stranger to the world of horse racing. The toddler sat on her dad’s shoulders to get a better view of her mom competing.
Her dad looked dapper in dark gray jacket with a hoodie that was pulled over his head. The former player paired it with blue jeans. Meanwhile, Zara, 34, who is an Olympic silver medalist at the London 2012 Olympic participated in the trials at Gatcombe Park, Stroud. The queen’s granddaughter rode her horse Rum Expectations to compete in the cross country phase.
Mia and her dad Mike supported Zara who is an equestrian. However, the trails were also a family day as Zara’s brother Peter Phillips, his wife Autumn and their kids Savannah and Isla and Princess Anne were also present. All of them cheered on Zara from the sides.
Mia is fast-becoming a regular fixture at horse racing events, and she is often pictured with her dad Mike. This time around, the family did not have to travel far as Gatcombe Park is the country estate belongs to Zara’s mom Princess Anne. It is the estate where the family-of-three currently lives.
Mike spoke of his Olympic-winning equestrian wife and her hopes to compete in the Rio Olympics with her horse High Kingdom. “That's the next big thing for her,” said the former rugby player.