The family's arriving. And not just any family.
Zara Phillips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, has a few royal fans in the stands for her Olympic equestrian debut.
The Duke of Edinburgh, the queen's husband, as well as Phillip's mother, Princess Anne, are in the VIP seats at Greenwhich Park for the eventing dressage competition.
Phillips is riding in the dressage competition. Eventing combines the discipline of dressage with the skill of show jumping and the endurance and bravery of cross country.
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