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The Queen’s great granddaughter Mia Tindall was ready to party as she enthusiastically danced along to Abba with her cousins Savannah and Isla Philips at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant at Buckingham Palace last night.
Mia, eight, and her younger sister Lena, three, are the daughters of Zara and her husband Mike Tindall, while Savannah, 12, is the Queen’s eldest greatgrandchild and the daughter of Peter Philips and his ex-wife Autumn Kelly. She was joined by sister Isla, 11.
The little royal got into the celebratory spirit as she boogied along to Abba as she belted out the words to their hit song Dancing Queen from the royal stands.
Savannah and Mia were seated in front of London’s mayor Sadiq Khan but were undeterred by any distractions as they let loose during the concert.
Meanwhile Mia’s younger sister Lena appeared a little unimpressed by the dancing duo, crossing her arms and scowling at the stage.
The Queen’s great granddaughter Mia Tindall was ready to party as she enthusiastically danced along to Abba with her cousins Savannah and Isla Philips at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant at Buckingham Palace last night
Mia, eight, got into the celebratory spirit as she boogied along to Abba as she belted out the words to their hit song Dancing Queen from the royal stands
The cousins were also dressed in co-ordinating outfits, with Mia opted for a blue shirt dress featuring a playful palm tree print. She swept her hair back from her face with a navy hairband.
Meanwhile Savannah was dressed in a bright blue dress with a white cardigan, while her sister Isla wore a matching white hairband and white jacket for the occasion.
It wasn’t the first appearance from the young royals during the Platinum Jubilee weekend, as they attended Trooping the Colour on Thursday, where they watched the Horse Guard’s Parade with Princess Charlotte.
The seven-year-old daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton adorably poked her head out of the window to peer down at the parade alongside her second cousins Savannah and Isla and Mia and Lena.
Charlotte, who earlier rode down the Mall with her mother Kate, as well as the Duchess of Cornwall and brothers George and Louis before joining senior members of the Firm on the balcony.
The fourth-in-line dressed in a pastel chiffon dress from Patachou and tied her half back.
The duo were seated in front of London’s mayor Sadiq Khan but were undeterred by any distractions as they let loose during the concert
A group of performers sang the hit ABBA song Dancing Queen during the Platinum Jubilee Pageant at Buckingham Palace last night (pictured)
As Abba’s Dancing Queen belted out at the concert, the camera panned to Mia and Savannah, who appeared to be belting out the words (left) and dancing along enthusiastically (right)
Earlier in the day, cousins Mia and Charlotte were seen playing together – including some gentle patting – ahead of the Buckingham Palace flypast.
At one point, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to try and keep the lively duo in line.
Spotted through the palace windows as the senior royals prepared to step out onto the balcony ahead of the flypast of aircraft from the Royal Navy, the Army and Royal Air Force, the two cousins looked to be thoroughly enjoying each others’ company.
Meanwhile, Zara Tindall was stunning scarlet as she donned a £450 silk Beulah London Darsha dress teamed with a Juliette Botterill ‘Floral Blossom Percher’ hat and her Rolex watch as she got ready to watch Trooping The Colour with her husband Mike.
Later, eight-year-old Mia hopped into her father Mike’s arms and snuggled up for a quick cuddle during the event
The adorable eight-year-old, who swept her brunette locks back with a blue hairband for the event, grabbed onto her father and gave him a quick kiss
Savannah was in attendance alongside her father Peter, his girlfriend Lindsay Wallace and her sister Isla (pictured right)
Brother Peter kept a low profile, but was spotted in the background behind the children at Horseguard’s Parade.
The cousins are all close, with Mike Tindall previously revealing he heard about the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, Archie, via a message on the royal cousins’ WhatsApp group.
Speaking to The Telegraph, he said: ‘[Harry will] be a great dad. We’ll just let him ease into it himself, find out his own way. The thing is, we’re so lucky with ours; ours have always slept so hopefully they’ll get that as well.
‘Obviously, he’s godfather to Lena, but we’ve got a great group of young ones in the family now. Lena and obviously Louis are similar ages and Mia’s sort of in between Charlotte and George, and then you’ve got Peter’s children Savannah and Isla who are just a little bit older.
Prince George got into the celebratory spirit as he sung along to Sweet Caroline during the Queen ‘s Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace
Kate Middleton sung along to one of the performances as the concert got underway at Buckingham Palace on Saturday
Sir Rod Stewart performed Sweet Caroline at the Platinum Party at Buckingham Palace on Saturday night
Seven-year-old Princess Charlotte looked delighted and pulled faces as she took her seat next to her big brother George
The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte waved their flags as they sung along to some of the performers
‘James (Viscount Severn, Prince Edward’s son) is, well not exactly the ring leader, but he’s the oldest. So, yeah, it’s going to be a good little group. And Harry, he’s busy, but he loves playing with them all and he’ll be a good dad.’
Much like his second cousins, Prince George appeared to be having a whale of a time at the concert. The eight-year-old royal belted out the lyrics as Sir Rod Stewart performed on stage in one of many adorable moments at the star-studded concert.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the nation in singing along to acts including Alicia Keys, Duran Duran and Craig David.
George, who earlier had made a surprise visit to Cardiff with his parents and sister, appeared in excellent spirits as he laughed and joked with his father in the Royal Box.
Prince William, 39, and Kate Middleton, 40, brought along their two eldest children as the Royal Family turned out in force for the historic concert in London
Prince Edward was joined by his daughter Lady Louise Windsor at the Buckingham Palace party on Saturday night
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Zara and Mike Tindall and Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and their husbands were also in attendance.
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, who earlier carried out engagements in Northern Ireland, also watched on from the stands, along with their children Lady Louise Windsor, 18, and James, Viscount Severn, 14.
Princess Anne, who attended the Epsom Derby with her children and their respective partners, took her seat next to her husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence.
The Queen’s eldest grandchild Peter Phillips brought along his daughters who waved flags as the concert got underway.
Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and their husbands joined members of the Royal Family at the star-studded concert
Sophie Wessex, elegant in a white eyelet dress, took her seat next to Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence and Princess Anne
The Royal Family turned out to show their support for the Queen as she celebrates 70 years on the throne. While she was forced to miss out amid ongoing health struggles, she still managed to steal the show by starring opposite a computer generated Paddington Bear in a hilarious sketch to open the concert.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle did not attend the concert in person, and instead are believed to have watched the event in Windsor with the Queen.
The Queen brought the house down when she was joined for a cream tea by Paddington.
For the 2012 Olympic opening ceremony, James Bond famously made an appearance with the Queen – and now it was the turn of everyone’s favourite Peruvian bear – who was filmed alongside the monarch.
The Duchess of Cornwall, the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal attend the Platinum Party at the Palace
The Queen has delighted millions of viewers by appearing in a surprise comic sketch with Paddington Bear to kick-start the Jubilee concert. Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and Paddington Bear having cream tea and a marmalade at Buckingham Palace
The Queen revealed she shares Paddington’s love of marmalade sandwiches and keeps an emergency stash in her trademark handbag.
The film was shown as the star-studded party in the shadow of Buckingham Palace began, and the Queen and her furry guest had a novel way of introducing the first act – tapping out the beat of Queen’s We Will Rock You on China teacups.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who earlier made a surprise visit to Cardiff Castle with their parents for a Jubilee event, sat in the front row of the royal box for the concert, alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.
Members of the Royal Family joined them in the VIP seats, as did politicians including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Savannah (left) 12, is the Queen’s eldest greatgrandchild and the daughter of Peter Philips and his ex-wife Autumn Kelly. She was joined by sister Isla (second right), 10. Meanwhile, Mia (right) eight, and Lena (front) three, are the daughters of Peter’s sister Zara and her husband Mike Tindall
Princess Charlotte looked delighted to ditch her brothers and join her female cousins at Horse Guard’s Parade ahead of Trooping the Colour. The seven-year-old daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton adorably poked her head out of the window to peer down at the parade alongside her second cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips and Mia and Lena Tindall
Queen + Adam Lambert have delivered an electric opening to the BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace concert with a selection of classic hit songs.
American singer Lambert, 40, took to the stage dressed in a black and gold embellished coat to continue the beat alongside the Royal military band.
The rock band’s guitarist Brian May made another memorable entrance on stage by being raised from beneath the stage while shredding on his guitar.
May created a classic moment 20 years ago, during the 2002 Golden Jubilee celebrations, when he performed God Save The Queen on Buckingham Palace’s roof.