Zara Tindall seems to have already instilled in her son the best love she feels for horses. Elizabeth II’s granddaughter participated this weekend in the Magic Millions equestrian festival in Gatcombe Park, in Gloucestershire, within the land that belongs to her family estate. Before the competition, she took her little one of only a year and a half to see the animal in a scene that left us with the most cute and adorable images. Outfitted in dark blue short-sleeved polo shirts and denim shorts, the proud mom first held her little boy in her arms and played with him. Afterwards, she would make him grab the horse’s reins and even stand up on the ground to stroke his nose. Neither short nor lazy and without showing any fear, Lucas then showed that in the future he can follow in his mother’s footsteps and become an Olympic jockey when he is older.
The daughter of Princess Anne has once again demonstrated her skills as an Amazon, in an appointment that also had the presence of her mother to encourage her. Her husband Mike and her three offspring also went there to see her: Mia Grace, eight years old, Lena Elisabeth, four and baby Lucas Philip, who on March 24 blew out her first candle . A most enjoyable day in Nortfolk, whose enclosure was also designed to make the little ones enjoy with a mini-amusement park that undoubtedly delights the couple’s children. The former professional rugby player was in charge of taking them to the Ferris wheel and the merry-go-round, he even brought out the most paternal and affectionate side of him when he himself rode on the knickknacks to have fun with them. As is logical, the girls did not stop for a second and ran from one side to another with autonomy, while the oldest of them also turned to her little brother to give her all the cuddles.
A few very pleasant hours in which Zara Tindall gave it her all again on the back of her horse, safely recalling in her head the time when she won the silver medal at the 2012 London Games. the first British ‘royal’ to storm an Olympic podium. In this sense, the rider confessed a few years ago that being able to represent her country with this discipline had been “her greatest dream” fulfilled. “I love the pressure that comes with big competitions, where you ride a horse that you know is good enough and up for anything,” she told Horse & Hound magazine. Zara and Mike Tindall have formed a beautiful family in which both find their greatest happiness in their children. In fact, in addition to always being with her family, she can boast of having her beloved equines close by on the farm where they reside.
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