- Mia Tindall is a young member of the British Royal Family
- She's the daughter of royal Zara Tindall and her husband
- Learn these fun facts about Mia Tindall
Between Harry and Meghan's family, and William's family with Kate, it's easy to forget some of the other smaller members of the Royal Family.
But little 9-year-old Mia Tindall is one of the young royals to watch for. Here's everything you need to know about Mia Tindall.
Mia Tindall facts: Her full name, age, and line of succession
Young Mia was born in 2014, after which Buckingham Palace and her father Mike Tindall announced her birth and shared her full name: Mia Grace Tindall.
Mia is Zara and Mike's first child and Queen Elizabeth's seventh great-grandchild. She made her royal debut in 2016 when she held the Queen's handbag on her 90th birthday.
Mia has two siblings, Lena Elizabeth, 5, and Lucas Philip, 2. She is ranked 21st in the line of succession, after her mother, Zara Phillips. Despite this, both Zara and Mia have no formal title.
Mia Tindall has no royal title – and here's why
The BBC reports that when Zara was born in 1981, her parents, Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, decided not to give her a royal title. Zara's children received no title either, as a result.
In 2018, Mia was among the bridesmaids for Princess Eugenie at her royal wedding. She was accompanied by Princess Charlotte, Maud Windsor, Theodora Williams, and her cousins Savannah and Isla Phillips.
But it wasn't until 2022 that Mia started appearing more with the Royal Family, attending Prince Philip's service in March and for the Easter service in April...
See more in the video above!