Zara shares she’s recreating sweet childhood memories for her own children
Zara Tindall has recently opened up about how her own childhood is impacting how she is bringing up her own three children, Mia, Lena and Lucas.
In a rare interview for the West Country news, Zara was questioned on the recent Festival of British Eventing, which took place earlier this month at Princess Anne’s royal estate, Gatcombe Park.
Zara, who was brought up on the estate, spoke about her sweet childhood memories of growing up.
Referring to Gatcombe Park, Zara said: “It was a great place to grow up around horses, looking after animals – the respect and partnership that you have to build with the animals, it teaches you so much you know growing up and as a kid.
“It really is an amazing life starting to be outside as well, you know, all the time.”
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The equestrian, who won a silver medal in the team event during the 2012 London Olympics, then added that she is passing this sweet sentiment onto her three children.
Speaking to PEOPLE, Zara said: “I think just the passion and love for horses that’s been passed down and through our family.
“We’re very lucky to have them in our lives. Being able to do it every day is incredible and it’s such an amazing sport.”
As well as introducing her own children to the sport, Zara added that her two nieces are also fans of the sport.
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She said: “Both my nieces ride and they’re really into it at the moment.”
Zara’s brother Peter Phillips shares 12-year-old Savannah and Isla, 11, with his ex-wife, Autumn.
The Queen’s granddaughter attended this year’s Festival of British Eventing last weekend, joined by her children.
Her eldest daughter Mia, nine, showed off her own sporting abilities by taking on trampoline jumping with her cousin Savannah.
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On the second day of the festival, Zara was spotted with her younger two children, including two-year-old son Lucas, having a go at ‘hook a duck’.
As well as being a day dedicated to equestrian abilities, there was also a spot for families to enjoy the day – which is where Mia, Lena and Lucas appeared to spend most of their time.
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