Princess Anne and Prince Philip turned out to support Zara Phillips as she made her debut at the Olympic Games on Sunday.
In day one of the three-day equestrian event, Zara competed in the dressage portion of the competition, finishing with a respectable 48.10 penalty points.
The 31-year-old’s horse High Kingdom did not respond to some of her cues, resulting in mistakes during a flying charge. “It was disappointing about his first change, but his other ones were really good," Zara said after competing. "But he coped with all the crowd and is only getting better."
Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge are expected to sit in the stands for the final two days of the competition.
- FamilySamantha Hayes' baby Marlow joins her on the newsdesk and all we can say is awww!
Now To LoveToday 6:40pm
- RoyalsThe Sun's executive editor Kiwi Dan Wootton on his royal scoops and tabloid career
Now To LoveToday 2:45pm
- BodyWhy we should all be exercising our pelvic floor muscles every day
The Australian Women's WeeklyToday 10:00am
- RoyalsPrince Harry asks to simply be called ‘Harry’ during his first engagement since moving to Canada
Now To LoveYesterday 11:50am
- RoyalsThere has been a coronavirus scare at Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s school in London
Now To LoveYesterday 10:05am
- WeddingsHappily ever after: Meet the Kiwi bride who has married herself
New Zealand Woman's WeeklyYesterday 9:21am
- FamilyShe was my escape: Taylor Swift's heartbreak over her mum's health scare
New Zealand Woman's WeeklyYesterday 9:09am
- WeddingsRebekah Palmer's dreamy summer wedding was a day full of surprises
Woman's DayYesterday 8:15am