Elizabeth II: her 10th great-grandchild Lucas Tindall makes his first public outing

This is his first public appearance since his birth, which took place on March 21. Lucas Tindall, the son of Zara Tindall, the daughter of Princess Anne, and her husband, Mike Tindall, was seen publicly, for the first time, this Monday, May 2, in Gloucestershire. His mom, Zara Tindall, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughters, took him with her to see her horse Classicals Euro Star who was competing at the Cirencester Park International Horse Trials, as reported by the Royal Stories website. Zara Tindall was alone for the first outing of her son, aged just over a month. It is also the first outing of the young woman since the funeral of her grandfather, Prince Philip, which took place on April 17.

The incredible birth of Queen Elizabeth II’s 10th great-grandson, Lucas Tindall

As a reminder, Lucas Tindall is the third child of the granddaughter of the Queen of England and the former rugby champion, who are already the happy parents of two daughters, Mia and Lena, born respectively in 2014 and in 2018. It is the dad who announced the birth of Queen Elizabeth II’s 10th great-grandson in the podcast The Good, The Bad and The Rugby, which he co-hosts. An incredible birth since Zara Tindall had not had time to go to the maternity ward to give birth. Little Lucas was therefore born on the bathroom floor of the family home. “It was the race to get a mattress, go to the bathroom, take some towels” had told Mike Tindall before explaining, fortunately, the midwife who was going to meet us at the hospital was not so far. She drove and arrived as we were getting into position, and the second midwife arrived just after the head came out. “

Zara Tindall © AGENCY

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