Prince George and Mia Tindall the best of friends as cheeky Princess Charlotte enjoys the dodgems at horse trials

PRINCE George and Mia Tindall share a secret joke as Princess Charlotte enjoys the dodgems at the Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk.

The two five-year-olds appeared to square up and compared their heights while laughing.

Prince George and Mia Tindall compare each other's height while at Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk
Prince George and Mia Tindall compare each other’s height while at Burnham Market Horse Trials in Norfolk
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Princess Charlotte went for a spin on the dodgems
Princess Charlotte went for a spin on the dodgems
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The cousins shared a laugh and joke as the Duchess of Cambridge has Charlotte on her lap
The cousins shared a laugh and joke as the Duchess of Cambridge has Charlotte on her lap
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George wore a khaki green fleece jumper, dark jeans and a pair of black and white Nike trainers.

His cousin Mia opted for a more stylish bright purple puffer jacket, silver sequin-embellished jeans and a white baseball cap with a pink heart design.

While the pair played games, Princess Charlotte, three, was full of laughs as she went for a spin on the dodgems.

Charlotte wore a waterproof jacket, tartan skirt and black tights while she squealed with delight.

Kate, 37, made sure to keep a close eye on her only daughter as she wore tight black jeans and a Barbour quilted jacket.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Tindalls spent the day watching Zara, a former silver medal Olympian, compete in the trials on Friday.

George and Mia are third cousins - and are both great-grand children of the Queen
George and Mia are third cousins – and are both great-grand children of the Queen
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Mia opted for a stylish purple puffer jacket while George kept it casual with trainers
Mia opted for a stylish purple puffer jacket while George kept it casual with trainers
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Mia turns away from her family while at her mum competed in the trials
Mia turns away from her family while her mum competed in the trials
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Stylish Kate keeps a watchful eye on Charlotte as she is on carnival ride
Stylish Kate keeps a watchful eye on Charlotte as she is on the carnival ride
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The 37-year-old triumphed and finished in third and fifth in her events after she fell from her horse last year.

Zara is the only daughter to Princess Anne, who is the Queen’s second child.

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Mia are three of the Queen’s great-grandchildren – making them third cousins.

During the family day out, Mia was picked up by Prince William to get a better view of the trials.

The Duke dressed down with trainers, a flat cap and green anorak.

Princess Charlotte rode on the shoulders of her mum and George was on the shoulders of his uncle Mike Tindall.

George carried a toy sword along as the former England rugby star followed Zara across the parkland during the trials.

The trials are a popular family event and include a bouncy castle and circus workshops for children.

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.”

Prince George and Mia look over nine-month-old baby Lena
Prince George and Mia look over nine-month-old baby Lena Tindall
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The two families appear to coo over nine-month-old Lena Tindall in the pram
The two families appear to coo over Lena in the pram
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Prince William and Mike Tindall have a chat next to the bouncy castle
Prince William and Mike Tindall have a chat next to the bouncy castle
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Zara Tindall finished in third and fifth place at the trials
Zara Tindall finished in third and fifth place at the trials
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