Mike Tindall's grandmother was against his marriage to the granddaughter of the British Queen
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The couple got married in July 2011.
The royal family of Great Britain is unlikely to have a couple more in love and charismatic than Mike and Zara Tindall. Parents of three children, they, even more than 10 years after the wedding, do not hide their feelings for each other and do not hesitate to show them in public. However, few people know that initially Mike's relatives were not happy with his plans to marry the daughter of Princess Anne, whose mother was Elizabeth II, writes Hello.
In particular, we are talking about Mike's maternal grandmother. Mike himself and his father spoke about this in an interview.
“He started playing for England in 2000 and he soon met and moved in with Zara. Linda's (Mike's mother) mum was totally against it and insisted on canceling the wedding. But from the start the whole family was just lovely. We went on a Friday night, to watch the match.Sometimes we all went out to lunch with Zara's mum on the Sunday before going home.We also spent quite a bit of time with her dad.Harry was often around watching rugby so slowly and quietly we met everyone – and so this went on for a few years. Linda's mom died before she could meet Zara, but I know she would love her as much as we do, because she and Mike are perfect for each other. What one starts, the other finishes, they are a fantastic team, the man recalled.
Mike and Zara have three children growing up – 8-year-old Mia, 4-year-old Lena and one-year-old Lucas, whom Mrs. Tyndall gave birth on the bathroom floor. one of the most media and even conclude t advertising contracts. making good money. For example, Zara became the face of a sportswear brand.