Zara Phillips had her mother Princess Anne and grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh watch on as she made her Olympic debut this weekend, but today she had Kate Middleton, cousins Princes William and Harry as well as other royal members cheer her on.
The 31-year-old rode out in the Greenwich venue to compete in the cross-country event event while The Duchess of Cornwall, LOCOG Chairman Lord Sebastian Coe, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice watched on.
As Zara and High Kingdom aim for gold, Kate wore a blue blazer and chinos along with a crisp white shirt for her day out at the games.
Thankfully the sun was shining and showed no signs of the downpours from yesterday, when Zara scored a 'solid' 48.10 in the dressage event.
According to the MailOnline, Zara said that her horse High Kingdom had grown "bored". "He's bored with dressage now and wants to get out there," he said.
Today, Zara managed a "respectable" 46.10. Talking about competing in the London 2012 Olympic Games, Zara has said: "It was incredible, an amazing feeling to be part of the Olympics and to ride for your country and to just be here. The crowd are amazing.
"It was incredible to be selected, and to be at here at home for the Olympics is an amazing feeling. You try to do your best for the team."
Check out Zara competing in the dressage event...