Prince William may have been away from his own kids on Sunday, but he still found some time to connect with youngsters!
The Duke of Cambridge attended the annual Gloucester Festival of Polo on Sunday, held at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury. The prince participated in a charity match, but was also spotted getting another workout in when he chased second cousin Mia Grace Tindall, 3, around at the event.
Queen Elizabeth II‘s great-granddaughter — who is the only child of Zara and Mike Tindall and granddaughter of Princess Anne — sported an adorable blue hooded dress for the occasion, enjoying a rousing good time with William, 34, and both her parents, plus cousins Isla, 5, and Savannah, 6.
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The kids seemed to have a blast with each other and the adults, participating in chase games, taking turns with polo equipment and practicing handstands and headstands on the grass during the beautiful spring day.
Former rugby player Mike even joined in on the latter activity, demonstrating to the kids how it’s done while showing off impressive upper-body strength.
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The sweet family afternoon comes two years after William and Princess Kate took son Prince George to the same event, where the now-3½-year-old watched his dad and uncle Prince Harry participate in the sport.
Between plays, George played with polo equipment and enjoyed his own time with Mia, Savannah and Isla (the latter two are the daughters of Zara’s brother Peter Phillips and his wife Autumn).
“[George] was playing on the bank. He was walking up the steps and then tried sliding down the bank. The older ones like Savannah [were] doing it so he wanted to do it too,” photographer James Whatling told PEOPLE at the time. “He was sliding down and Kate joined him, trying to support him as he did.”