Fluff: Royal baby news alert.

Zara Phillips has introduced her baby daughter to the whole world, sharing her baby photos with Hello! magazine.

Baby Mia and her royal fam feature on the front cover of the popular tabloid as well as in a 13-page spread in the magazine.

She and husband, English rugby star Mike Tindall, pose/cuddle with baby Mia on the front cover of the gossip mag. We can only imagine Mia’s great-grandmother, the current Queen of England, considers this a bold, public move. Frankly, we’re mildly shocked it was allowed, what with Queen Liz’s insistence on Kate Middleton‘s fashionable modesty and the general royal tightening of purse strings.

Mia is Queen Elizabeth’s fourth great grandchild, and she’s 16th in line to the throne. She was born on January 17, 2014.

The famous little family look very happy and healthy. Tindall seems to adore fatherhood already: ‘I still keeping looking at Mia and thinking “Oh! We made that!”‘

Baby Mia actually made her first public appearance at the Barbury horse races in Wiltshire with Olympic-medalist equestrian / her mama Zara Phillips, but she was concealed in her pram – making this the very first time everyone can fawn over the baby.

We wonder how the Brits will react to such a magazine cover – considering that Zara’s brother Peter Phillips was slammed for selling photos of his wedding to Hello! magazine for a sweet half-a-million pounds back in 2008. At the time Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb said Peter’s decision was ‘a serious error of judgment’ that ‘smacks rather of greed’.

The folk over at Hello! magazine are obviously excited because their mags will fly off the shelves:  ‘We are delighted that Zara and Mike Tindall chose to share their beautiful baby pictures with Hello!’

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