Royal fans praise adorable Mia because she looks embarrassed when shaking the priest’s hand

Royal fans went wild over the ‘cute’ Mia Tindall after she was caught looking embarrassed during last Sunday’s Easter service in Windsor.

Mia, the eldest daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, was filmed dutifully walking forward with her head down to shake hands with the Dean of Windsor, The Right Revd. David Conner, attending the service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.

Mia, who was wearing a floral dress and navy blue headband, then quickly walked away after her bashful moment.

Her mother and father smiled as they talked to the priest while Mia looked ready to go home.

Mia, who is usually excited and boisterous, gently shakes the priest's hand

He quickly left

In the footage, Mia, eight, daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, dutifully moves forward with her head down to shake the Dean of Windsor, The Right Revd. David Conner’s Hand

Mia, who was wearing a floral dress and navy blue headband, then quickly walked away after her shy moment

Mia, who was wearing a floral dress and navy blue headband, then quickly walked away after her shy moment

Mike, Zara and Mia attended the traditional Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel yesterday, accompanied by other members of the Royal Family

Mike, Zara and Mia attended the traditional Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel yesterday, accompanied by other members of the Royal Family

Mia joined her mother and father at last Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

Mia joined her mother and father at last Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle

Mia's moment of embarrassment stands in stark contrast to her visit to the Burnham Horse International Horse Trials in north Norfolk, where she is seen giggling and tearing the grass with her little sister Lena in a series of excited shots (pictured)

Mia’s moment of embarrassment stands in stark contrast to her visit to the Burnham Horse International Horse Trials in north Norfolk, where she is seen giggling and tearing grass with her little sister Lena in a series of excited shots (pictured)

Mia’s moment of embarrassment stands in stark contrast to her visit to the Burnham Horse International Horse Trials in north Norfolk, where she can be seen giggling and tearing grass with her little sister Lena in a series of excited photos.

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But he displayed his best behavior yesterday when he joined his parents and other members of the Royal Family for the service.

Her mother Zara, 40, looked polished in a £350 navy blue polka dot dress from LK Bennett, which she paired with nude heels.

She seemed to match her husband, who was wearing a blue suit for an important event on the royal calendar.

The couple left their younger children, Mia, three, and Lucas, one, at home.

Mia showed her best behavior yesterday when she joined her parents and other members of the Royal Family for the service

Mia showed her best behavior yesterday when she joined her parents and other members of the Royal Family for the service

At the Easter Sunday service yesterday, Zara wore a navy polka-dot dress from LK Bennett combined with nude heels.

At the Easter Sunday service yesterday, Zara wore a navy polka-dot dress from LK Bennett combined with nude heels.

Zara looks great with her husband, who is wearing a blue suit for an important event in the royal calendar

Zara looks great with her husband, who is wearing a blue suit for an important event in the royal calendar

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are joined by their two oldest children, Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, six.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall chose not to attend after they represented the royals at a Maundy Thursday event in the same chapel.

Other royals who attended yesterday’s service included Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex with their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

And Princess Eugenie walked with Peter Phillips and his kids Savannah and Isla.

The Queen did not attend the traditional event due to mobility issues, but instead marked the event in a small chapel inside Windsor Castle.

And Meghan and Harry spent the day cheering on athletes at the Invictus Games in The Hague after visiting the Queen in Windsor on Thursday.

Princess Eugenie walks with Peter Phillips and her children Savannah and Isla

Princess Eugenie walks with Peter Phillips and her children Savannah and Isla

Other royals who attended yesterday's service included the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

Other royals who attended yesterday’s service included the Earl and Countess of Wessex with their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

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