You only have to look at Princess Anne's participation in the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal and Zara Philips' silver medal win at the 2012 Olympics to see that the British Royal Family are quite good with a saddle and stirrups.
And according to the Duchess of Cambridge, her 17-month-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, looks to be following in the sporting footsteps of her equestrian-loving relatives.
During a chat with equestrian triple-gold medalist Natasha Baker at a reception for Team GB and Paralympic medalists on Tuesday, Baker told HELLO! magazine: '[The Duchess] said Charlotte is really enjoying her riding which is great to hear, and I said we may see her here on a line-up in 20 years time.'
However, despite not sharing the same passion for equestrianism, the mother-of-two admitted she can't wait to support her daughter's love for the sport.
'[Kate] emphasised that Charlotte has this passion about horses and although she doesn't echo it, she'll do her best to champion and encourage it,' added Natasha.
Meanwhile, Prince George has his eyes set on another sport: fencing. The Duchess admitted: 'George is fascinated by fencing, but I think that's because of the face shields.'
According to Field Hockey Player Alexandra Danson, Kate also revealed George has a penchant for swinging around a polo stick at home but she's trying to teach him how to use it as a hockey stick.
Adorable, royal and sporty. Could these kids be any cuter?