Prince George and Princess Charlotte have once again stolen the show with their cuteness as they supported Zara at a recent riding competition.
The young royals were joined by their cousin Mia Tindall as they enjoyed some time playing at the Burnham Market international horse trials in Norfolk.
Kate and William were also on hand to ensure the pair didn’t get up to too much mischief as they watched Zara take part.
George, five, looked thrilled as he was held aloft and placed on Mike Tindall’s shoulders, who at 6ft 2in must have provided a very good vantage point.
He seemed intent on holding onto his plastic sword, and was seen waving it in front of the former England rugby player’s line of sight.
Not to be outdone, Charlotte, three, hitched a ride on her mother’s shoulders and seemed to enjoy the Friday afternoon sunshine with her family.
Mia, also five, was carried by her uncle Prince William who seemed to wince as she gripped onto his ears.
An onlooker told the Mail on Sunday: ‘They were just like any other family, enjoying a day out and having a lovely time. There were no tantrums thrown by the kids and they all seemed very down to earth.
‘A few people noticed them, but generally everyone just carried on as normal.’
The two families – who are known to have a close bond – watched silver Olympic medallist Zara finish third and fifth in her events after falling from her horse at the same competition last year.
There was no sign of Prince Louis, who may have been at home in Kensington Palace with the family nanny.
But the Tindall’s youngest daughter, Lena, nine months, was spotted warmly tucked into her pram at the event.