Zara and Mike Tindall had a day off from parenting duties when they arrived at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London today.
The Queen’s grandson, 40, sporting blonde hair in a neat straight bob, looked very chic in a navy blue and white striped dress paired with wedges.
Zara, who was accompanied by her former British rugby player husband, 42, wore a pair of oversized sunglasses, a watch she wore on her left wrist and a £265 Windsor Mini Handbag from Fairfax & Favor.
The pair, attending day ninth of the tennis competition, will have an exciting day with all four men’s quarter-finals taking place – including Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
Zara, 40, and Mike Tindall, 42, were given a day off from parenting duties when they arrived at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London today.
Mike chose a stylish pale blue blazer paired with a clean white shirt and navy patterned tie. Photo, with Zara
The outing comes just four months after the mother-of-three gave birth to their son Lucas, weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces, at 6pm on a Sunday in March on the bathroom floor of their family home on Princess Anne’s Gloucestershire estate.
Zara and Mike, looking dapper in light blue suits, crisp white shirts, and navy blue patterned ties, also have daughters Mia, seven, and Lena, two.
A spokesperson for the couple said: ‘Zara and Mike Tindall are delighted to announce the birth of their third child, Lucas Philip Tindall.’ The boy is the Queen and 10th great-grandson of the Duke of Edinburgh, and 22nd in line to the throne.
Talking about the birth, Mike recounts how Zara had contractions the night before, so they arranged daycare for Mia and Lena – but the boy arrived so quickly that they didn’t have time to get to the hospital.
Mike recalls: ‘Luckily Zara’s friend Dolly [Maude] is, he’s actually more important than me to make sure he’s in all three of my children’s births, he’s there and realizes we’re not going to get to the hospital in time, so it’s a run to the gym, get a mat, get into the bathroom , towel down, clamp clamp clamp!
Zara and Mike Tindall were seen sipping a glass of Pimm’s while enjoying a soft drink this afternoon.
The Queen’s Granddaughter holds her phone in her hand as she stands up to compliment the midfield performance
Mike Tindall was photographed sipping his drink and Zara watching on the ninth day of Wimbledon
The king draped in a dark blue suit and smiling broadly as the action unfolds on center court in the men’s quarter-finals
Zara is seen holding a soft drink as she waits for the match to continue in the center court
Zara Tindall sat in her chair effortlessly dressed in simple yet sophisticated navy outfits – including a bag from Fairfax & Favor
‘Fortunately the midwife who was to meet us at the hospital wasn’t too far away, so she drove, got there just as we were, and then the second midwife arrived just after the head arrived!’
The couple’s visit to Wimbledon comes just two days after Emma Raducanu’s Wimbledon adventure ended in tears on Monday night.
The 18-year-old Kent was forced to withdraw from her fourth-round match against Ajla Tomljanovic 6-4, 3-0 down, under pressure.
The official reason for ‘difficulty breathing’ was given, and it looked as if he sat down, exhausted, at the shift.
She was taken off the field and, after scoring, Assistant Referee Denise Parnell came back out to give news that breakout star SW19 would not be returning.
Zara looks so chic in a navy blue and white striped dress paired with wedges
The couple’s outing (pictured) comes just four months after the mother-of-three gave birth to their son Lucas, weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces, at 6pm on a Sunday in March on the bathroom floor of their family home on Princess Anne’s Gloucestershire estate. .
Zara is seen putting a reassuring hand on the shoulder of her husband, Mike, who looks disappointed with the outcome of the match.
The couple put on a beloved look as they sat through the crowd on Center Court and attended the Wimbledon Championship Tennis Tournament at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
Mike and Zara, who attended the ninth day of the tennis competition, watched the men’s quarter-final match take place
The queen’s grandson looks cool in big sunglasses as he watches the game this afternoon
Mike (pictured, with Zara) looked dapper in a light blue suit, crisp white shirt and navy patterned tie, which he paired with some smart suede shoes.
Elsewhere, The Duchess of Cambridge has been forced into self-isolation after approaching someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus – even though she herself has no symptoms, both vaccinations and testing negative four times in the past week.
Kate is known to have been personally warned and not ‘pinged’ by the NHS Test and Trace app, left the All England Club at 5pm on Friday – much earlier than she had in previous years – and missed a game involving Andy’s friend. Murray.
He was alerted after taking his seat next to the Duke of Kent and in front of Body Coach Joe Wicks, but left ‘immediately’ after being told he had approached someone who had tested positive for the coronavirus, according to The Times.
That means he has to be quarantined for ten days even if he tests negative, which he has, up to four times, in the last seven days.
Kensington Palace said in a statement: ‘Last week The Duchess of Cambridge came into contact with someone who later tested positive for Covid-19.
Zara, who was accompanied by her ex-husband, an English rugby player, 42, wore large sunglasses, a watch worn on her left wrist and a blue bag over her body.
The Queen’s granddaughter (right) opts for natural makeup and wears her blonde hair in a neat straight bob
The pair, who attend the ninth day of the tennis competition, will have an action-packed day with all four men’s quarter-finals taking place – including Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. photo, Zara
‘His Majesty is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home’.
On Friday Kate looked serious as she was driven from the gates of Wimbledon to Kensington Palace, where she is hiding today and unable to leave – not even for food or medicine.
She is not allowed to have guests at her home, including family and friends, and will even be told to avoid contact with anyone she lives with as much as possible.
Quarantine absurdly prevented the Duchess from attending the NHS’s 73rd birthday celebrations with William at St Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace yesterday.