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Mike and Zara tindall's daughter Mia plays with cousins in Gloucestershire

Zara and Mike Tindall's daughter Mia was seen out enjoying the Gatcombe Horse Trials today, laughing and joking with her cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips.

Mia Tindall was spotted entertaining her cousins today - by pulling funny faces and joking around on the grass - while enjoying a day out with her extended royal family.

The Queen's great-granddaughters were also seen tucking into ice creams as they giggled through their play-date at the Gatcombe Horse Trials in Gloucestershire. 

Savannah, seven, and Isla Phillips, six, the daughters of Peter Phillips and the granddaughters of Princess Anne, were all smiles on their family day out as their younger cousin, Zara and Mike Tindall's daughter Mia, rolled her tongue and provided the laughs.

Savannah and Isla Phillips are seen laughing with their cousin Mia at the racecourse in Gloucestershire this afternoon

Savannah and Isla Phillips are seen laughing with their cousin Mia at the racecourse in Gloucestershire this afternoon

Mia (centre) was given a helping hand as she tucked into her ice cream with her cousins Savannah (left) and Isla (right)

Mia (centre) was given a helping hand as she tucked into her ice cream with her cousins Savannah (left) and Isla (right)

Four-year-old Mia Tindall was seen pulling funny faces and playfully falling to her knees as she enjoyed the horse riding event in Gatscombe today
Adorable Mia, four, was spotted kneeling in the grass during the Gatcombe Horse Trials at Whatley Manor today rolling her tongue as her cousins giggled

Adorable Mia, four, was spotted kneeling in the grass during the Gatcombe Horse Trials at Whatley Manor today rolling her tongue as her cousins giggled

She may be the littlest but Mia showed her might as she took control of a dogs lead at the Horse Trials. Smiling older cousin Savannah helped the four-year-old out

She may be the littlest but Mia showed her might as she took control of a dogs lead at the Horse Trials. Smiling older cousin Savannah helped the four-year-old out

Mia Tindall (centre) is given a helping hand as she eats what appears to be chocolate ice cream. Savannah and Isla are seen looking on today

Mia Tindall (centre) is given a helping hand as she eats what appears to be chocolate ice cream. Savannah and Isla are seen looking on today

Zara Tindall, the brother of Peter Phillips, arrived at the racecourse pushing her newborn daughter Lena, who was born on June 28.

But it was four-year-old Mia who stole the show, pulling funny faces as she played in the grass and held hands with her two cousins.

All three of the youngsters were pictured tucking into an ice cream, with young Mia given a helping hand by one of the adults looking after her.

Mia, the youngest of the trio, could not help but get the ice-cold treat around her face, much to the amusement of her cousins. 

The three of them were attending the Gatcombe International equestrian event at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire today.

The event runs over from Friday September 7 and is set to come to an end on Sunday 9. Dressage, show jumping and cross country all feature in the busy three-day schedule.  

Former Olympian medalist Zara Tindall used to compete in equestrian, winning a silver medal at London 2012 which was presented to her by her mother, Princess Anne.  

Earlier this week, the Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall spoke of the heartbreak of suffering two miscarriages with her husband Mike, in an emotional and revealing interview.

Not impressed: The young royal pulls a funny face while on her families big day out
Mia's funny faces - that included sticking her tongue out - had her cousins in stitches of laughter

Not impressed: The young royal pulls a funny face while on her families big day out. She was soon spotted being jolly again 

Mia appeared reluctant to use the spoon given to her to eat the ice cream with, instead looking to try to shovel the treat straight into her mouth. Savannah (left) and Isla (right) opted to the coned ice cream instead

Mia appeared reluctant to use the spoon given to her to eat the ice cream with, instead looking to try to shovel the treat straight into her mouth. Savannah (left) and Isla (right) opted to the coned ice cream instead

The youngster took a short break from entertaining her cousins to gently stroke a dog  at Whately Manor

The youngster took a short break from entertaining her cousins to gently stroke a dog at Whately Manor

Beaming Mia (furthest away) can be seen going in for a hug with her cousin Isla (right) as she eats her ice cream cone 

Beaming Mia (furthest away) can be seen going in for a hug with her cousin Isla (right) as she eats her ice cream cone 

Savannah Phillips (right) and Isla Phillips (left), the granddaughters of Princess Anne and daughter of Peter Phillips, were all smiles as they spent time with their little cousin

Savannah Phillips (right) and Isla Phillips (left), the granddaughters of Princess Anne and daughter of Peter Phillips, were all smiles as they spent time with their little cousin

Mia Tindall pulls a funny face as she holds hand with one of her carers, while her cousin Savaanah strolls on with her hands in her pocket

Mia Tindall pulls a funny face as she holds hand with one of her carers, while her cousin Savaanah strolls on with her hands in her pocket

As one of the nation's favourite royals, Mrs Tindall discussed the impact both deaths had on the couple - in her first televised interview about their double loss.

Speaking about the miscarriages, she told BBC Breakfast presenter Sally Nugent: 'I think that's the hardest thing in our situation, is that everyone knew.

'And very much when things like that happen, normally it's just your family and friends, but unfortunately everyone knew about it.

'Actually I had so many letters saying 'I'm so sorry, we've been through the same thing', which was incredible - and thank you to all those people.

Mia (left) crawls along the grass at the racecourse today as her older cousin Isla enjoys an ice cream. The two are watched over by an adult

Mia (left) crawls along the grass at the racecourse today as her older cousin Isla enjoys an ice cream. The two are watched over by an adult

Isla Phillips (right) is seen eating her ice cream as young Mia struts beside her at the racecourse. 
She might be the youngest of the Queen's great-granddaughters pictured at the event but Mia managed to keep her cousins smiling

Isla Phillips (right) is seen eating her ice cream as young Mia struts beside her at the racecourse before dropping to her knees and giggling as her older cousin smiles

'But it just showed how often it does happen and I have a very supportive family, Mike's incredible – and it's hard for the guys too.

She continued: 'It's very different for us because we're carrying the child, but for guys I guess it's kind of that helpless feeling, which must be incredibly high and horrible for them. At the end of the day they've still lost a child too.'

Mrs Tindall added: 'Being helpless is horrible isn't it... for anyone. So... you know, he's... it's been a horrible road but, you know, actually now we've come out the end of it, hopefully it makes you a stronger family.' 

She carried out the interview with the BBC to also tell of her joy at riding horses again just three months after the birth of her second child, Lena, earlier this year.

Playful Mia even entertained the grownups as she leans on a table and makes retired Royal Navy officer Tim Laurence, who is the second husband of her grandmother Princess Anne, smile

Playful Mia even entertained the grownups as she leans on a table and makes retired Royal Navy officer Tim Laurence, who is the second husband of her grandmother Princess Anne, smile

Mia (left) recently became an older sister this year following the birth of Mike and Zara Tindall's baby daughter Lena. Pictured: Mia walking beside her cousin Isla today 
Mia's mother Zara Tindall recently spoke about her joy at riding horses again just three months after the birth of her second daughter

Mia (left) recently became an older sister this year following the birth of Mike and Zara Tindall's baby daughter Lena. Pictured: Mia walking beside her cousin Isla today 

Zara Phillips arrived at the racecourse today in Gloucestershire pushing her three-month-old daughter Lena along in a pram

Zara Phillips arrived at the racecourse today in Gloucestershire pushing her three-month-old daughter Lena along in a pram

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