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Zara Tindall’s daughter drives a miniature Land Rover at Royal Windsor Horse Show 

Action girl Mia! Zara Tindall’s daughter drives a miniature Land Rover, scales a climbing wall and enjoys an ice cream at Royal Windsor Horse Show

  • Queen’s great-granddaughter, Mia Tindall, five, was making the most of the sunshine today at Windsor
  • She attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show for its fourth day, clad in a navy top and complementing leggings
  • Mia completed her outfit with a pair of green wellington boots – just before cooling down with an ice cream 

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The Queen’s great-granddaughter Mia Tindall was making the most of the sunshine today while at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

Adventurous Mia, five, could be seen putting her rock climbing ability to the test and driving a miniature Land Rover as the annual show got underway just a short distance from Windsor Castle. 

Daughter of royal equestrian Zara Tindall, 37, the youngster sported a stylish outdoor look, clad in a navy top and matching leggings for her fun-filled day out.

She finished her outfit with a pair of green wellington boots – just before cooling down with some soft serve ice cream, complete with a flake.

The annual show got underway for its fourth day on Saturday, just a short distance from Windsor Castle

Mia, five, put her rock climbing ability to the test as the annual show got underway for its fourth day on Saturday, just a short distance from Windsor Castle

The Queen's great-granddaughter Mia Tindall makes the most of the sunshine today while at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

The Queen’s great-granddaughter Mia Tindall makes the most of the sunshine today while at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

She attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show for its fourth day, clad in a navy top and complementing leggings

The adorable top featured a striking neon-coloured unicorn

Mia cools down with an ice cream and takes a turn at some of the fun games available at the event. She attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show for its fourth day, clad in a navy top and complementing leggings. The adorable top featured a striking neon-coloured unicorn

Not too fast! Mia drives a miniature Land Rover at the event. The little girl was born in 2014, three years after Zara and ex-rugby player husband, Mike Tindall's 2011 marriage

Not too fast! Mia drives a miniature Land Rover at the event. The little girl was born in 2014, three years after Zara and ex-rugby player husband, Mike Tindall’s 2011 marriage

Mia could all be seen frolicking in the sun with her cousins Savannah and Isla – the daughters of Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly.

The annual show runs until May 12 and is one of the Queen’s favourite equestrian events of the year, with the Monarch herself in attendance today to present the best turn out trooper awards. 

The five-day event, held in Berkshire, is now in its 76th year and attracts well-heeled visitors from all over the world.

It sees competitors taking part in a range of events from show jumping to dressage, along with displays from The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery and DAKS Pony Club – and is the only occasion on which members of the public are able to enjoy the palace grounds.

Like mother, like daughter! Eldest child of royal equestrian Zara Tindall, 37, the youngster adds to her fun-filled day by taking a ride on a rocking horse

She also enjoys a rock climbing wall during the day

Like mother, like daughter! Eldest child of royal equestrian Zara Tindall, 37, the youngster adds to her fun-filled day by taking a ride on a rocking horse (pictured left), while also enjoying a rock climbing wall (pictured right) during the day

The five-year-old drives remote control Defenders on the Land Rover Experience Stand at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

The five-year-old drives remote control Defenders on the Land Rover Experience Stand at the Royal Windsor Horse Show

The Queen is believed to have attended every single year since it began as a wartime fundraising event back in 1943.

The event is intrinsically linked with the royal family; both the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh competed at it during their younger years, with Prince Philip entering the Carriage Driving at Royal Windsor Horse Show for 30 years, winning it just once in 1982.

In more recent years, the Queen has watched many of her own horses take part in the showing class competitions.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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