Zara Tindall and her husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall, were married in 2011 and now share two daughters and a son
Was reason for double celebration at the home of Mike and Zara Tindall over the weekend, and it sounds like the family made the most of it.
It was an episode mostly dedicated to the debate over the victory of the Leicester Tigers in the prime ministerial position, but dad of Mike’s three children and co-host Alex Payne also spoke briefly about their weekends.
When Alex asked Mike if he had watched England’s Sunday game, a retired player and a passionate sports fan surprisingly discovered that he was not – but for a very sweet reason.
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The 43-year-old admitted: “I spent a wonderful Father’s Day with my family so I saw the results, I couldn’t go back through it all.”
Earlier in the podcast, the star also shared that he would have liked to have celebrated with their interlocutors, Freddie Burns of Leicester and Richard Wigglesworth, but joked that due to family commitments he was unable to.
Mike with son Lucas in April
During their conversation, Mike interjected: “If it weren’t for Lenin’s birthday, I’d meet you somewhere!”
Although Mike did not tell how the family celebrated his daughter’s birthday or Father’s Day, it was obviously an opportunity for the Tyndals to enjoy a special time together, perhaps at home. on the Gatcombe Park estate.
Little Lena turned four on Saturday
They live there near Zara’s brother Peter and his daughters and Princess Anne and her husband, Sir Timothy Laurence.
Although their little boy did not join them in celebrating the Queen’s platinum jubilee earlier this month, Lena and Mia sat with their parents and other members of the royal family, including Cambridgeswhile they enjoyed the election in honor the Queen’s 70-year reign.
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