ZARA Tindall looked every inch the doting mother as she watched her one-year-old daughter Lena take her first steps in public today.
The royal, 38, was snapped giving Lena a kiss and cuddle at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire.
Lena was spotted toddling around the park, dressed in a sweet floral-print summer dress and practical white trainers.
The playful youngster even had a go on a bouncy castle.
But she looked a little unsure of her footing – at one point, she grabbed hold of her mother's finger.
And when it all got a bit much, Zara scooped her up, planting kisses on her head and cheeks.
Zara had dressed sensibly for her day at the equestrian event, sporting a simple khaki skirt and white T-shirt combination.
She and Lena were joined by her eldest daughter, Mia.
Mia looked just like any other five-year-old, playing on the bouncy castle with other children.
But it seems as though the hot weather may have got a bit much for her – she was pictured pouring a bottle of water over her head.
Zara is a professional equestrian herself, having won a silver medal in the team event at the 2012 Olympics.
Her mother Princess Anne presented her with her medal.
The mum-of-two married rugby player husband Mike Tindall in 2011, and welcomed Mia three years later.
Lena arrived last June.
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