Royal bride Zara Phillips was back in her trademark jeans yesterday, as she launched her first range of 'mini-me' kids' riding clothing.
The range, called ZP176 Kids, was modelled by keen Pony Club members at Manor Farm in Gloucestershire.
The tween models included two of her goddaughters and bridesmaids, Nell Maude, 11, and Jaz Jocelyn, 8.
Eventing world champion Zara married rugby star Mike Tindall in Edinburgh on Saturday, with this year's other Royal newlyweds, William and Kate, in the pews.
Zara has designed the collection for 7-13 year-olds and it includes brightly coloured hoodies, jackets, T-shirts, hats and socks.
The sporty Royal said she wanted to make the kind of clothes she wears "but in a smaller package - sort of 'mini me', but with the same great fabrics."
The couple has postponed a honeymoon on account of their busy sporting careers, so it might be a while before the Queen and co welcome a mini-Tindall to the fold.
"Unfortunately both of us do have quite busy lives so it's going to have to wait a bit for a honeymoon, but it is quite nice to go back to work as well," said Zara.
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