Princess Anne’s Granddaughters Enjoy Weekend at Eventing Festival
Princess Anne’s trio of fair-haired granddaughters kept their parents on their toes over the weekend, as they frolicked around Gatcombe Park during the Festival of British Eventing.
Savannah and Isla Phillips along with Mia Tindall enjoyed the sunshine from the stands with Peter and Autumn Phillips while watching the horses compete, after 19-month-old Mia threw a tantrum when her mother, Zara, hastily removed her from fiddling with the dials on an electric generator.
Meanwhile Princess Anne was seen walking the cross-country track during the course of the day.
On Saturday, the Wessex family joined the Phillips-Tindall clan, with Viscount Severn gleefully taking advantage of an inflatable side with Savannah and Isla. His horse-loving sister, Lady Louise, took advantage of some alone time with her parents, sitting between them on the grass during the event.
Savannah and James atop the inflatable slide at the Festival of British Eventing, August 8Filed under The United Kingdom
Tagged Autumn Phillips, Horses, Isla Phillips, Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, Mia Tindall, Peter Phillips, Savannah Phillips, The Countess of Wessex, The Earl of Wessex, The Princess Royal, Viscount Severn, Zara Tindall.