Peter Phillips enjoys time with daughters Savannah, 8, and Isla, 7, at Gatcombe Festival of Eventing
Peter Phillips enjoyed some quality time with his two daughters at the Gatcombe Festival of Eventing today.
Princess Anne’s son, 41, appeared in excellent spirits as he played with daughters Savannah, eight, and Isla, seven, at the event this afternoon.
The father-of-two was seen strolling hand-in-hand with the girls through the country fare, which was held in the grounds of Gatcombe Park, Princess Anne’s Gloucestershire home.
Peter was seen strolling hand-in-hand with Savannah, right, and Isla through the country fare, which was held in the grounds of Gatcombe Park, Princess Anne’s Gloucestershire home
At one point he risked staining his jeans to kneel down on the ground, allowing his daughters to take turns climbing on his back. Pictured, Savannah grabbing onto her father’s shoulders
At one point he risked staining his jeans to kneel down on the ground, allowing his daughters to take turns climbing on his back.
The little girls put on an adorable display in matching denim dungarees and t-shirts, both wearing their hair in a half ponytail for the occasion.
Peter, who tends to keep a low profile, attended the event with his glamorous wife Autumn, also 41.
Keen to get in on the fun, seven-year-old Isla also clung onto her father’s back
And the girls proved to be getting strong, as Savannah Phillips (front) gave sister Isla a piggy back during the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park
Autumn put on a relaxed display in a white t-shirt, trainers and jeans, accessorising with aviator sunglasses and a cap.
Last year Canadian-born Autumn Phillips marked her ten-year wedding anniversary with the 15th-in-line to the throne.
Later on Savannah was seen giving little sister Isla a piggy back as they made the most of the warm weather.
The former PA is a graduate of McGill University and was born in Montreal, and shares two children with Peter, who is Princess Anne’s eldest child.
Autumn put on a relaxed display in a white t-shirt, trainers and jeans, accessorising with aviator sunglasses and a cap
The little girls put on an adorable display in matching denim dungarees and t-shirts, both wearing their hair in a half ponytail for the occasion
Patient big sister Savannah was seen giving Isla a piggy back as they played around during the horse trials
Autumn and Peter met during the 2003 Montreal Grand Prix, where they were both working, although she did not realise he was Queen’s grandson at the time.
After dating for a few years, Peter popped the question with her father’s permission.
Today’s Gloucestershire horse trials will see riders competing in the three equestrian disciplines (dressage, show jumping and cross country) combined and competed by horse and rider as a combination.
Peter’s sister Zara, 38, is an equestrian and Olympian, and won the Eventing World Championship in Aachen in 2006.
Autumn Phillips (white cap) with her children Savannah (centre) and Isla during the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park
Savannah Phillips (R) and Isla Phillips play with a dog during the 2019 Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park
Peter Phillips seen buying his children Savannah (left) and Isla (centre) ice cream during the trials
avannah Phillips (R) and Isla Phillips eat ice-cream during the 2019 Festival of British Eventing
The girls looked in their element as they enjoyed a cone with a chocolate flake
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