Adorable little Mia Tindall looked like she was having a great time as she played 'horsey' with her laughing dad Mike.
The royals made the most of the sunshine with a fun family day out at a charity golf day, which the former rugby player took part in to raise money for The Bubble Foundation.
They joined a host of other celebrities for the fundraiser including Brian McFadden, James Nesbitt, Jenni Falconer, Peter Jones, Sir Gareth Edwards and the cast of Mrs Brown’s Boys.
Little Mia watched on as her dad played in the annual Celebrity Cup, which was held at Celtic Manor Resort in Wales, and even helped with his golf clubs.
Mike, who was playing for Team England, was also cheered on by wife Zara, the Queen's granddaughter, who looked happy and relaxed in a blue top, jeans and sunglasses.
In the evening the royal couple enjoyed a Gala Dinner and even took to the stage to entertain other guests.
She sang Paul Simon’s ‘You can call me Al’ with a little help from Mrs Browns' Boys Danny O'Carroll.
Mike's team took on teams from Wales, Scotland and Ireland over nine holes, watched by more than 3,000 people.
The Red Arrows put on a spectacular fly-past and there was a whole afternoon of live music, sports and arts and crafts.
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