Mike Tindall enjoyed some quality time with his two daughters today at the Festival of British Eventing.
The former rugby player was seen swinging his youngest Lena, one, in the air and planting a kiss on her.
Lena looked adorable in black and white star-print playsuit with a pair of white converse trainers.
Mike was also seen spending time with daughter Mia, five.
One photo shows Mike carrying his little girl as she tucked into a treat.
Mike, his wife Zara Tindall and their daughters were at the Festival of British Eventing 2019 at Gatcombe Park.
The family were joined by Savannah and Isla Phillips, daughters of Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips.
One picture shows Savannah and Isla being doting cousins to Lena as they helped her walk.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, the family joined Princess Anne at Gatcombe Park for day 2 of the Festival of British Eventing.
Little Lena looked cute in pink dungarees as she was carried by mum Zara before having a wonder around the festival.
Zara and Mike welcomed Lena in June last year.
They later announced her unique name - Lena Elizabeth Tindall - which left fans questioning just how to pronounce it: Lee-na or Lay-na?
Mike, 40, then came out to clear up any confusion, confirming the little girl's name is pronounced Lay-na.
He also clarified at the time that his and Zara's first-born, Mia, is pronounced Mee-a, rather than My-a, as some fans seemed to think.
Lena's middle name is a tribute to Zara's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Lena is known as Miss Tindall, as the Princess Royal chose not to give her children royal titles.
She is 19th in line to the throne.
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