Zara Phillips' daughters love of horses

Britain's Zara Phillips' husband Mike Tindall has revealed their daughter Mia, 23 months, has inherited her mother's love of horses.

Zara Phillips' daughters love of horses

Britain's Zara Phillips' daughter has inherited her mother's love of horses.

The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth - who has 23-month-old daughter Mia with husband Mike Tindall - is an equestrian enthusiast, having achieved an silver medal as part of the eventing team in the 2012 London Olympic Games and her daughter is just as big a fan of the animal.

Her husband Mike Tindall told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper: "Mia our daughter has inherited a love of horses. She has a Shetland pony and she enjoys it so I think her mum has passed that love on ... me on the other hand, well I'm more of a football man."

Meanwhile, Zara previously revealed she feels as though she makes "better decisions" since she has become a mother.

She said: "I think I might make bet­ter de­ci­sions now. When you are younger and less ex­pe­ri­enced, and with less around you to lose, you spend a lot of time com­pet­ing ev­ery­where, and rid­ing all sorts of horses, and go­ing to ev­ery pos­si­ble com­pe­ti­tion.

"Now it's much more a case of qual­ity over quan­tity, and pick­ing the right places to run at... So maybe you think about the big­ger pic­ture more, and make more cal­cu­lated de­ci­sions."

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