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Granddaughter of Britain Queen managed to get a medal on the London Olympics
17:58 31.07.2012
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Granddaughter of Britain Queen Elizabeth II, Zara Phillips managed to get a medal on the London Olympics. She took the second place in ridding and received silver medal.

Prince William and his wife were attending the competition. 

Daughter of the Princess Anna, 31-years-old Zara Phillips is the ridding world champion and three times European champion.  

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