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Best of friends! Prince George and Mia Tindall compare heights and share a joke while Princess Charlotte enjoys the dodgems at the Burnham Market Horse Trials

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 14/04/2019 Hayley Richardson For Mailonline

a couple of people that are standing in the grass: Cousins Prince George and Mia Tindall, both five, square up to compare their heights, while Mia places an affectionate hand on George's forehead at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk on Friday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Cousins Prince George and Mia Tindall, both five, square up to compare their heights, while Mia places an affectionate hand on George's forehead at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk on Friday Cousins Prince George and Mia Tindall prove they're already the best of friends as the adorable pair laugh and play during a day out at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk.

There already seems to be a sense of competition between the two five-year-old cousins, with Mia boldly squaring up to George and placing an affectionate hand on his forehead to compare heights.

a group of people that are standing in the grass: The playful pair prove they're already good pals, with Mia sporting a more stylish look than her cousin, with a bright purple puffer jacket and sequin-embellished jeans © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The playful pair prove they're already good pals, with Mia sporting a more stylish look than her cousin, with a bright purple puffer jacket and sequin-embellished jeans a group of people standing in the grass: Clearly bemused by something her cousin said, smiley Mia turns her attention away from the rest of her family, who appear to be cooing over her nine-month-old baby sister Lena © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Clearly bemused by something her cousin said, smiley Mia turns her attention away from the rest of her family, who appear to be cooing over her nine-month-old baby sister Lena

Mia sported a more stylish look than her male cousin, with a bright purple puffer jacket, silver sequin-embellished jeans and trendy white baseball cap with a pink heart design.

a man sitting in a car: Prince George appeared to be in his element as he put on a cheerful display while holding on tight to the dodgems ride © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince George appeared to be in his element as he put on a cheerful display while holding on tight to the dodgems ride

Prince George looked like a chip off the old block in a khaki green fleece jumper, dark green jeans and a pair of black and white Nike trainers.  

Proud mum Kate smiled as Charlotte zoomed around the colourful attraction, bumping into her fellow riders and shrieking with pleasure © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Proud mum Kate smiled as Charlotte zoomed around the colourful attraction, bumping into her fellow riders and shrieking with pleasure

Meanwhile Princess Charlotte, three, was seen squealing with delight as she went for a spin on the dodgems under the watchful eye of mum Kate, 37. 

Princess Charlotte, three, was seen squealing with delight as she went for a spin on the dodgems under the watchful eye of the Duchess of Cambridge © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Princess Charlotte, three, was seen squealing with delight as she went for a spin on the dodgems under the watchful eye of the Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess of Cambridge was her usual stylish self, dressing informally for the occasion in tight black jeans and a Barbour quilted jacket. 

a group of people playing football on a field: Mia Tindall was hoisted aloft by her mum’s cousin Prince William (centre right), as she made a grab for his ears while Mia’s cousin Princess Charlotte, three, took the high road too, on the shoulders of her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge (left) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mia Tindall was hoisted aloft by her mum’s cousin Prince William (centre right), as she made a grab for his ears while Mia’s cousin Princess Charlotte, three, took the high road too, on the shoulders of her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge (left) a group of people posing for the camera: Kate wore a fitted navy padded jacket and a pair of black jeans with walking boots for their afternoon out © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kate wore a fitted navy padded jacket and a pair of black jeans with walking boots for their afternoon out

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday. 

a group of people standing in the grass: Prince George was also involved in the family day out and found a perch on the generous shoulders of his uncle Mike Tindall, Zara’s husband © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince George was also involved in the family day out and found a perch on the generous shoulders of his uncle Mike Tindall, Zara’s husband

Last year Zara, 37, fell from her horse but this time she finished a respectable third and fifth in her events as her relatives cheered her on.

a group of people looking at a laptop: The trials have become a popular family event, with a bouncy castle and circus workshops for children © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The trials have become a popular family event, with a bouncy castle and circus workshops for children a little boy that is standing in the grass: Charlotte tucked into a snack at the fun fair while George held a metallic blue and silver sword © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Charlotte tucked into a snack at the fun fair while George held a metallic blue and silver sword

Zara, who met husband Mike Tindall during the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia – won by England – was later spotted being given a congratulatory hug by William, 36. 

a group of people sitting on a bench talking on a cell phone: The Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday

During the family day out, young Mia was hoisted aloft by her mother's cousin Prince William to get a better view, and she she made a playful grab for his ears to steady herself on his shoulders. 

a person playing a game of frisbee in a field: The two families, who enjoy a particularly close bond, wrapped themselves up well to combat the chilly weather, though George dispensed with a coat in favour of a fleece jumper © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The two families, who enjoy a particularly close bond, wrapped themselves up well to combat the chilly weather, though George dispensed with a coat in favour of a fleece jumper a group of people posing for the camera: Kate wore a fitted navy padded jacket and a pair of black jeans with walking boots for their afternoon out © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kate wore a fitted navy padded jacket and a pair of black jeans with walking boots for their afternoon out

Wills appeared to wince as Mia clung on, perhaps fearing that he might end up like his father Prince Charles – who is often lampooned for his outsized lugs.

a group of people standing next to a child: Kate appeared to have a bag full of snacks at hand to give to the children during their outing at the horse trials © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kate appeared to have a bag full of snacks at hand to give to the children during their outing at the horse trials a group of young men standing next to a child: Enjoying the attractions of the fair appeared thirsty work as Mia sipped on a can of juice © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Enjoying the attractions of the fair appeared thirsty work as Mia sipped on a can of juice

The Duke of Cambridge kept Mia safe by holding her ankles tightly as they followed the five-year-old's mother Zara across parkland during the trials.  

a group of people riding on the back of a boat: The two youngsters didn't shy away from bumping into one another as they got into the swing of the ride © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The two youngsters didn't shy away from bumping into one another as they got into the swing of the ride a man sitting on a bus: Prince George appeared to be in his element as he put on a cheerful display while holding on tight to the dodgems ride © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince George appeared to be in his element as he put on a cheerful display while holding on tight to the dodgems ride

Not to be outdone, Princess Charlotte, three, took the high road too, on the shoulders of her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge, while Prince George found a perch on the generous shoulders of his uncle Mike Tindall.

a little girl that is standing in the grass: Charlotte tucked into her mid-afternoon snack while walking hand-in-hand with her mother Kate © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Charlotte tucked into her mid-afternoon snack while walking hand-in-hand with her mother Kate a couple of people that are standing in the grass: Charlotte tucked into a snack at the fun fair while George held a metallic blue and silver sword © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Charlotte tucked into a snack at the fun fair while George held a metallic blue and silver sword

Perhaps echoing Tindall's swashbuckling days as an England rugby star, beaming George, five, raised a toy sword aloft as the family went along.

a group of people sitting around a car: The Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Cambridges and Tindalls joined up to watch Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday The two siblings stayed well clear of each other on the inflatable attraction proving to be experts at 'dodging' one another © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The two siblings stayed well clear of each other on the inflatable attraction proving to be experts at 'dodging' one another

The two families, who enjoy a particularly close bond, all wrapped themselves up well to combat the chilly weather. 

It was a fun-filled afternoon for the two families as the group made the most of the attractions on offer © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited It was a fun-filled afternoon for the two families as the group made the most of the attractions on offer Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games

Charlotte wore a waterproof jacket, tartan skirt and black tights and her father opted for trainers, a flat cap and green anorak. 

Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Despite being the youngest in the group of cousins Charlotte was still keen to get involved in the fun and games

The trials have become a popular family event, with a bouncy castle and circus workshops for children.

a group of people playing football on a field: An onlooker said: ‘They were just like any other family, enjoying a day out and having a lovely time. There were no tantrums thrown by the kids and they all seemed very down to earth. A few people noticed them, but generally everyone just carried on as normal’ © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An onlooker said: ‘They were just like any other family, enjoying a day out and having a lovely time. There were no tantrums thrown by the kids and they all seemed very down to earth. A few people noticed them, but generally everyone just carried on as normal’

An onlooker said: 'They were just like any other family, enjoying a day out and having a lovely time. There were no tantrums thrown by the kids and they all seemed very down to earth. A few people noticed them, but generally everyone just carried on as normal.'

a group of people standing in the grass: The children gleefully played in the grass while their parents stood close by inside the event

The children gleefully played in the grass while their parents stood close by inside the event
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