The Tindalls enjoyed a day with their family yesterday when Zara participated in the Houghton Hall Horse Trials.
42-year old Queen’s grandchild was joined by Mike (43-years-old) and their three children Mia and Lena at three and three years respectively, during the weekend long event in Norfolk. It took place just one stone away from Sandringham.
Pictures show Lucas the baby learning to ride a bicycle, before being wrapped into his mother for a cuddle.
Mia, on the other hand, was enjoying boisterous behavior and could be seen tearing through the grass while carrying a huge stuffed panda toy. She giggled as her dad, an ex-England rugby player, lifted her into the air.
Prince William (39), joined the family and chatted with Zara, his cousin, and gave Zara a hug to say hellow.
This comes just as the Royal Family is getting ready to attend Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.
Family day out: The Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall, 41, was joined by her husband Mike, 43, and their three children Mia, eight, Lena, three, and one-year-old Lucas, for the weekend-long event in Norfolk, just a stone’s throw from Sandringham
Here comes uncle William! Zara’s cousin Prince William was also present at the Tindall family’s visit. It was just a few minutes drive away from Zara’s country home, Anmer Hall on Sandringham.
Mummy’s boy! Images show Lucas the little one learning to ride a bike, before being wrapped into his mother’s arms.
Upsy-daisy! Mia was a typical, boisterous child and giggled as her father carried her up into the air.
What’s that? Lucas Tindall was one years old this year and was seen riding a bicycle with his sisters.
It’s amazing how fast we are growing up! Zara was beaming as she shared some time with Lucas, her son (left), while carrying him around the event site.
Lucas, a one-year-old, was seen making his first public steps at the fairground. He was then carried by Mia, his big sister, to get money for his rides.
Lena was beaming as she rode the bungee, her father Mike watching.
Zara is an Olympian in equestrian sport and an Olympian. She missed some of the excitement because she was so busy participating in the events.
As a result of her sporting successes, the queen, who doesn’t have an HRH title to her name, has launched her own website. The new glossy site, zaratindall.com, does not mention her royal connection.
Family time. William kept his profile low in a cap and country jacket as he chatted with Zara (right) and her family.
What’s that? As Prince William played on the lawn at the horse trials, Little Lucas was interested in Prince William’s shoes.
Hi, Lucas! William, father-of-3, crouched on the grass and spoke to his one-year old cousin.
It’s a handshake: Lucas, one year old, was given a squeeze by the Duke of Cambridge as he joined Lucas on the grass.
See how large you have gotten! William shares a strong relationship with Zara his cousin and clearly enjoys her children.
Prince William, palling about: Prince William enjoyed some tomfoolery (left) with Mike Tindall at the Houghton Hall trial trials
I gotcha! Prince William is seen indicating with Mike Tindall (left), his cousin, as Zara watched.
Please come! As they were under the careful gaze of the former England rugby star’s wife Zara – who is, after all, William’s cousin – there was only one way it could end… with a man hug
Equimi created this website after Zara was made a brand ambassador. Equimi designs websites for equestrians. There is no information about her family and there are no indications that her mother, Princess Royal, lives on the website.
This page also features a Rolex advert as its banner, with links to Equine America and Landrover.
“Her bio says: “Following her birth in January 2014, Zara competed at the highest level again seven months later. She went on to win a silver medal in the World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy.
She finished 3rd on High Kingdom at Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event in April 2017. After that, she went on to have her second child, Spring 2018.
As they watched the action, Zara and Lucas held on to their sons as they looked at the events with Mia, eight years old.
Horsing around! Mike Tindall took Mia, his 8-year-old daughter, and carried her over the lawn.
It was worth a try! While Lucas, her brother explored the below area of the market on his electric bike, Mia was more adventurous and tried it out at one of their stalls.
Zara is busy! Zara kept an eye on Lucas, while Lena (three-year-old) took a place in the buggy.
All day busy! Mike Tindall carried Lucas one-year old on his back, while Lena three-years-old waited for her parents
Tearing around: Mia, eight years old, was holding a panda toy while Lena (right), went out exploring with a stick.
The Royal Rider! Zara Tindall competed in the Houghton Hall Horse Trials. This was just one stone throw away from Sandringham Estate.
“Since that time Zara has competed regularly at National events and International ones.”
Zara lists her eight horses, current or former, on this page as well as links to her results as well as a news page that updates you about her career.
Zara is the Queen’s oldest granddaughter but she doesn’t have a title of HRH and is not a working monarch.
Zara and Mike managed, through their work, to live a normal life, at the very least, within royal circles, and to be able to share their lives with their daughters, while still enjoying the lucrative connections that were made, at least partially, by their position within the royal family.
Tindalls are also known for their generosity and keep their phones stocked with celebrities’ names.
Mia Tindall (aged eight) was joined by her three-year-old siblings Lena and Lucas, as they rode on various rides. Lucas watched from the sidelines, Mike observing at the Norfolk Funfair.
Lucas Tindall, the Tindalls’ 1-year-old son, was seen walking in public at the fair (left), followed by Mia (8 right).
Mike (pictured left) teamed a grey jacket with a cap and jeans for the fun day out, while wife Zara competed in the Houghton Hall Horse Trials
Former rugby player, Lucas (pictured right), was seen on the ground with Lucas, a one-year old son. Lucas was eager to have fun with his sister.
Lucas took his first steps out of doors as Mike, a father-of-3 boys, watched from the crowd.
As he eagerly participated in funfair activities, Lucas looked charming in dark pants and a turquoise sweater.
Mia laughed proudly while she continued on her bungee ride, having completed a somersault.
Mike sat Lucas on his shoulders while Lena, a three-year old girl, was enjoying a bungee-ride.
Mia was seen with Lucas, her baby brother, as she rode on various rides.
Mike was a former rugby star and gave Mia cash to cover the costs of the rides while she went on funfair adventures with her siblings.
Mia and Lena tried their luck at a card game while Mike and Lucas cheered them on.
As he stood beside Mia in a hoopla booth, Lucas seemed eager to win something.
As they rode together in a teacup, Lucas, Lena, and Mia seemed to have a lot of fun