Mike Tindall’s daughter Mia reminds fans of the late Queen as she loves horse racing
Mike Tindall and Zara brought along Mia Tindall who showed her love of horses as the family attended New Years Race Day at Cheltenham Racecourse, reminding fans of the late Queen.
Zara and Mike attended the races with their daughters Mia, eight, and Lena, four. The couple left their youngest child at home.
Mia has shown that she shares her great-grandmother, late Queen Elizabeth II’s love of running. The youngster could be seen reacting passionately to the races, cheering and shouting angrily at the start of each race.
They were all wrapped up warm for the day, Lena wearing the same red coat she wore for the Royal Family walkabout on Christmas Day at Sandringham.
Meanwhile, Mia wore a cream coat for the occasion, with both sisters sporting navy headbands, brown walking boots and thick woolen tights.
Zara wore a navy belted coat, which she paired with a stylish purple hat and black suede boots. They were seen cheering and enjoying the race.
The Royal Family’s love of horses and racing has become a well-known fact, and in 2013 the Queen was thought to have won over 1,600 races, earning her £7.6million in prize money .