The royal snitch makes a serious mistake with his wife Zara Tindall, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II
Since Mike Tindall signed up to participate in the reality show I’m celebrity… Get me out of Here, everything the husband of Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne and granddaughter , says or does of Queen Elizabeth II, is a wake-up call for the royal family.
The former national rugby team and world champion with England is a charismatic and highly sympathetic being, however in the royal family his participation is always watched under a magnifying glass , especially after he was part of the reality show and commented on more than one anecdote lived in the Buckingham Palace, which didn’t quite fall into royalty.
During a streaming program in which Mike and Zara Tindall were invited to promote an equestrian event , the conversation turned to certain special dates for the couple. One of them was Zara’s winning the silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics in a horse riding competition.
But then, when it was necessary to remember other more personal and intimate dates for the couple, Mike made the worst mistake in front of Zara.
” In 2012 you married a legend”, Mike told Zara to liven up the conversation and remind her that he held a rugby world title playing for England.
Zara was surprised, waiting for Mike’s correction. But when she saw that she never came, she must have interrupted. “Who said that?…Didn’t we get married in 2011?” asked ironically the second and only female daughter of Princess Anne.
Mike was stunned and only managed to laugh. “No, I’m sorry, we did (in 2011), shit ,” said the husband, completely embarrassed and with a protection account, on the verge of knockout.
Quickly, it was Zara herself who changed the subject, and returned to the sport, saying that it had been very sad for her to move away from competitive riding, but that she knew that her family obligations were more important.
Meanwhile, “the snitch of royalty” chose to listen carefully to his wife and intervene as little as possible . The blow had already been too hard, to risk receiving another perhaps stronger one.
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