She was having a sunny day out with dad Mike Tindall as they watched mom Zara compete in a horse-jumping event

By Simon Perry
Updated August 08, 2016 11:40 AM
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If little Mia Tindall looked like the cat who got the cream this past weekend, it’s because she did just that.

Well, ice cream, that is.

During a sun-filled few days in the English countryside, Prince George and Princess Charlotte‘s cute cousin Mia licked her way through (at least!) two ice cream cones and two iced lollipops.

She enjoyed her sweet treats while watching mom Zara Tindall competing on horseback at royal grandma ‘s country home, Gatcombe Park, in Gloucestershire, England, where the Festival for British Eventing took place.

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In the heat, dad Mike Tindall played with his daughter in the crowd and kept her cool with a succession of ice cream cones throughout the two days of competition.

There were two frozen lollipops on Saturday and a cone topped with ice cream and then came another ice cream the following day.

Mia, one of the Queen’s five great-grandchildren, has had a packed past few months. In May, she enjoyed some horseplay at a polo match with her uncle Prince Harry. And of course, in April, she took center stage in great-grandma the Queen’s birthday portrait.

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It’s been an exciting summer for her parents, too: Last month, Zara and Mike celebrated the fifth anniversary of their 2011 wedding.