Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tindall
Britain's Zara Phillips and her husband former rugby player Mike Tindall arrive for a service of thanksgiving for Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday at St Paul's cathedral in London, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/BEN STANSALL

Little Mia Tindall stole the show along with her mom Zara Phillips at the Maserati Royal Charity Polo Trophy match in Gloucestershire on Saturday. The two-year-old cheeky tot played with a polo mallet before rolling down the hill with a little help from her mum. She was pictured playing with a friend.

Earlier in the day, Mia enjoyed playing with her uncle Prince Harry, who clearly doted on the little girl. The toddler spent some time with the 31-year-old prince who watched his brother Prince William play at the Beaufort Polo Club. The tot laughed hysterically in her mom’s arms as Harry tickled her and blew raspberries on her cheek.

Mia looked adorable in pink patterned leggings, a white top and denim jacket. Harry and William are known to be very close to their cousin Zara. The queen’s great-granddaughter has “quite a little personality on her” according to her former rugby captain dad Mike Tindall. Meanwhile, Mia has already begun horse-riding and is likely to follow in the footsteps of her equestrian mom and her horse-riding loving great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.

Later in the day, Mia kicked up a fuss and appeared to be shouting and trying to escape her mom’s clutches before she was caught. Zara, 35, was dressed casually in jeans and a gray striped long-sleeved top. She paired it with a navy cap and brown shades and smiled as she playfully held Mia up in her arms.

The tot first caught attention of royal fans when she stole the show in the queen’s birthday portrait. Mia held up the queen’s black Launer handbag in the picture which was seen all over the world. She posed with her cousins in the iconic portrait.

Mike previously opened up about his daughter, chatting about her iconic pose in the portrait of the queen with her two youngest grandchildren and five great-children. The former rugby player said that the picture happened at the right time as Mia was being naughty. “The queen got it quite right when she told her: ‘Just hold the handbag now’ and she did that. It ended up being a great photo for her,” said the doting dad, speaking to “Good Morning Britain” about the photoshoot.