Zara Tindall was involved in a humiliating accident in front of crowds at the Burghley Horse Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire over the weekend.
According to Express, the 38-year-old was left red-faced after taking a tumble during a showjumping event as her husband Mike Tindall and her daughters Mia and Lena watched.
The publication reported that the daughter of Princess Anne rode her 10-year-old horse Class Affair (who she has been riding since 2017).
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Two years ago, Zara was forced to withdraw from the Burghley Horse Trials after falling from a horse called High Kingdom.
The publication reported that Zara also took part in the cross country event with Class Affair (wearing a top hat and dressage uniform).
The horse racing champion was allegedly attempting to beat her 2003 debut when she finished second on her horse Toytown after Pippa Funnell.
Aside from this, the Queen's granddaughter famously won a silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics for Great Britain.
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Crowds as large as 160, 000 people were said to have attended the equestrian event, which is an internationally recognised test of the all-round ability of the horse and rider (including dressage, cross-country and showjumping).
According to Horse and Hound, Pippa Funnell reportedly took home the victory this year, winning a prize of roughly $170,000.
Despite the drama of the day over the weekend, her husband Mike and their daughters appeared to be enjoying the occasion.
They were also joined by Zara's mother Princess Anne and her second husband, Tim Lawrence.
In similar news, Lady Louise Windsor was spotted at the Burghley Horse Trials with her mother Sophie Wessex in a rare public appearance on Sunday.