• Mia Tindall was photographed with her mom Zara Tindall at the Cheltenham Festival Trial, a horse racing event, Saturday
  • The 8-year-old looked adorable in a black dress paired with boots and a statement headband
  • Mia joined her dad Mike Tindall at a charity soccer game in Gloucester, England, Sunday

Mia Tindall looked all grown up when she was spotted with her parents over the weekend.

Queen Elizabeth II's 8-year-old great-granddaughter was photographed with her mom, Zara Tindall, at the Cheltenham Festival Trial, a horse racing event in Cheltenham, England, Saturday, People reported.

In photos published by the outlet, Mia looked sweet and adorable in a black dress paired with boots and a statement headband. Zara opted for a maroon jacket and matching handbag. She accessorized with dark sunglasses and a fascinator.

Zara and her husband Mike Tindall are also parents to their 3-year-old daughter Lena and their 10-month-old son Lucas.

Mia stepped out once more Sunday, this time to accompany her dad at a charity soccer game in Gloucester, England.

Mike, who as an England rugby player won the World Cup, took part in the Battle of the Balls fundraiser soccer match, playing in the team Rugby for Heroes Legends.

Mia is one of Queen Elizabeth's 12 great-grandchildren. She's played a special role at royal weddings as a bridesmaid alongside other royal children, including Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 6.

Mia is usually seen hanging out with her cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips, the daughters of the Queen's grandson and Zara's brother Peter Philips, at horsing events. Zara and her mom, Princess Anne, are both Olympic equestrians.

Mia also bonds with Prince William and Kate Middleton's older children, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, because their parents are close. The Tindalls and the Cambridges have been spotted out and about together.

In 2019, Prince William, who also shares 3-year-old son Prince Louis with Middleton, was photographed with Mia on his shoulders, while Prince George perched on Mike's shoulder during the Burnham Market international horse trials in Norfolk. Kate Middleton also gave her daughter Princess Charlotte a piggyback ride at the time.

Later during the outing, Prince George was photographed giving his aunt Zara a high-five before they hugged each other.

"It's great" that a new generation of young royals is springing up, Mike told Hello! magazine in 2015. "They're all quite close in age, and hopefully, they'll grow up as good friends."

Middleton and Prince William's youngest child Prince Louis is close in age to Zara's second child Lena.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry hopes to obtain proper protection for himself and his family in the U.K. as he wants to bring his wife Meghan Markle and their children there for a visit with Queen Elizabeth.

An unnamed source recently told Us Weekly that the Duke of Sussex will only bring his children, Archie, 2, and 7-month-old Lilibet, to his home country "if the government takes the appropriate measures to protect his family."

"He refuses to put them at risk. Their safety comes before anything else," the insider said.

In addition to seeing the Queen, Prince Harry wants his son and daughter to meet and bond with their cousins, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

"Harry and Meghan are doing everything they can to make the world a better place and feel it would be wrong to rob their children of the opportunity of getting to know their cousins," the tipster added. "It's obviously difficult because of the distance factor, so Harry sweetly organized a special Zoom call with Prince William so that the cousins could get to see each other."

Zara, Mike, Mia Tindalla
Pictured: The Tindalls pose for a photograph after husband Ex England rugby star Mike Tindall finished the grueling Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon in Loch Tay Scotland on July 11, 2015 in Aberfeldy, Scotland. Getty Images/Nigel Roddis for Artemis Quadrathlon