Members of the royal family, including Mike and Zara Tindall, let loose during the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England.
On social media, ahead of the first day of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, Mike and Zara Tindall shared a hilarious photo.
This snap shows Mike Tindall proudly wearing pieces by his wife, Zara Tindall.
The Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, is an opportunity for members of the royal family to let loose a little. This was the case of Mike and Zara Tindall just before the first day of the celebrations. Indeed, the couple shared a photo that greatly put a smile on the lips of fans on Instagram. Pictured, the 2003 Rugby World Cup winner can be seen wearing the hat of his wife, Zara Tindall, 41. Note that Mike and Zara Tindall attended the Trooping the Color event on June 2.
The granddaughter of England’s Queen Elizabeth II showed up to the event in a dress worth £450. A piece that Mike Tindall’s wife had associated with a matching hat from Juliette Botterill. A headgear which is obviously unanimous among the couple since Mike Tindall, 43, also had it. He had worn the hat to his wife’s delight. “When the husband wants a hat”, he had put as a story on Instagram. “Great start to the day, thanks to @thestaffordlondon for hosting the family. Big thanks to @westcontempeditions for raising money for @gosh.charity,” Mike Tindall also wrote. “I really can’t wait to live the next four days and celebrate one of the greatest women on this planet. #platinumjubilee #thequeen,” added Mike Tindall.
Elizabeth II’s Jubilee: the royal children take center stage
The royal children were particularly noticed during the celebration of the 70 years of reign of Queen Elizabeth II of England. Incidentally, Zara and Mike Tindall’s daughter, Mia, 8, was spotted fistfighting with Princess Charlotte. All this during the military parade at Horse Guards. Princess Charlotte, 7, was then seen taking a bow with her brother, Prince Louis, 4.
Thousands of spectators also cheered on the Mall at the sight of the Cambridge children in a carriage. Note that the traditional carriage procession left Buckingham Palace before the Trooping the Colour. This is a tradition commonly known as the Birthday Parade.
Zara Tindall and her husband Mike © AGENCY