Zara and Mike Tindall attend the New Years Gathering at Cheltenham Racecourse

Mia and Lena Tindall couldn’t contain their excitement today at Cheltenham Racecourse as they cheered on the horses.

The joyous sisters joined their parents Zara, 41, and Mike, 44, at the Gloucestershire venue for a New Year’s run.

Eight-year-old Mia, clad in a gray coat with brown boots, clutched a piece of paper as she shouted towards the racecourse in footage from the start, while her sister Lena, four, looked just as animated.

Meanwhile, Zara, who is the daughter of Princess Anne, was the picture of elegance in a navy blue winter coat, cinched at the waist with a fancy belt, which she paired with a hat and a colorful clutch. Bordeaux.

Mia (pictured) and Lena Tindall couldn't contain their excitement today at Cheltenham Racecourse as they cheered on the horses.

The joyous sisters joined their parents Zara, 41, and Mike, 44, at the Gloucestershire venue for a New Year's run.

Mia (pictured) and Lena Tindall couldn’t contain their excitement today at Cheltenham Racecourse as they cheered on the horses.

The royal donned chunky black heeled boots, sporting a minimal makeup look as she styled her blonde locks in an elegant style.

Elsewhere, Mike looked dapper in a gray single-breasted jacket over a dress shirt and tie.

The former rugby player opted for a sophisticated look with camel chinos, finishing off the ensemble with an elegant flat cap.

The couple’s daughters also joined in on the fun, with Lena appearing as cute as ever in a button-up red dress, her blonde hair pulled back into a pretty headband.

Four-year-old Lena looked as lively as her older sister Mia when she was at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Four-year-old Lena looked as lively as her older sister Mia when she was at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Zara and Mike Tindall seemed in high spirits as they took their daughters out for the New Year's races at Cheltenham Racecourse today.

Zara and Mike Tindall seemed in high spirits as they took their daughters out for the New Year’s races at Cheltenham Racecourse today.

Elsewhere, Mike, 44, looked dapper in a gray single-breasted jacket over a dress shirt and tie.

Elsewhere, Mike, 44, looked dapper in a gray single-breasted jacket over a dress shirt and tie.

The girls’ younger brother, Lucas, who was born in March 2021, appeared to be staying at home, perhaps too young to take part in the festivities.

New Year’s Day is revered as a fun time for all the family in Cheltenham, with not only races but fun activities including bouncy castles, ‘unicorns’, face painting and walking pet balloons on the agenda.

It comes after Mike Tindall took to Instagram to call on his followers to take part in a six-week charity challenge.

The former England rugby player, who is married to the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall, revealed this week that he has signed up for the initiative, known as Doddie Aid.

Little Lena looked adorable in a red coat as she attended the races with her parents on New Year's Day.

Little Lena looked adorable in a red coat as she attended the races with her parents on New Year’s Day.

A delighted 8-year-old Mia beamed as she strolled through Cheltenham in a white coat and brown boots.

A delighted 8-year-old Mia beamed as she strolled through Cheltenham in a white coat and brown boots.

It is run by the Doddie Foundation, which it was created by Scottish rugby player Doddie Weir together with his trustees. Their goal is to raise money to fund research on motor neurone disease (MND).

Doddie Weir, who was a friend of Mike’s, died in November at age 52. He had been diagnosed with the condition in 2016.

Speaking on his Instagram video, Mike said: ‘Doddie Aid is back… I just signed up and re-downloaded the Doddie Aid app.

“It’s basically a six-week challenge. Get as many miles as you can, sign up as a family, encourage families to get out there and do their miles, all raising money for the great man who obviously sadly passed away a couple of weeks ago.

“It’s a huge year for him…it’s a year to honor him as much as we can.”

Eight-year-old Mia, dressed in a gray coat with brown boots, clings tightly to a piece of paper as she screams towards the racecourse in footage from the start.

Eight-year-old Mia, dressed in a gray coat with brown boots, clings tightly to a piece of paper as she screams towards the racecourse in footage from the start.

He added that he has signed up for Team Barbarians and urged others to do the same.

In addition to the mileage challenge, on January 1 is the Doddie Dunk, in which people take a splash in the open air.

Mike said: ‘I hope everyone can come together to raise a lot of money for a great cause.

‘Let’s do it together. Let’s do it positive. It’s great. Exercise is great for both the brain and the body. Enjoy it and start off the right way.’

Doddie Weir’s death in November, while Mike Tindall was in the Australian jungle filming the reality show I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, sparked an outpouring of tributes from a variety of people.

Rob Burrow, the former England rugby league star who also suffers from MND, took to Twitter to hail Weir as his ‘MND’ hero before taking aim at the UK government for failing to deliver on a promise to invest 50 million of pounds sterling in research funding.

“So sad to hear the news of the passing of my mental hero Doddie Weir,” he wrote. ‘Sorry to say how many more warriors die before this stupid government gives the 50 million they said they would give. I am absolutely devastated to see my friendly giraffe die. You are the reason for being so positive RIP’

Burrow’s father, Geoff, also expressed his sadness at the news on Twitter. “VERY SAD to hear about Rugby Legend Doddle Weir,” he wrote, “a true champion and such a lovely kind human being RIP Doddle.”

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