Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Tindall is pregnant with her third child. Her husband, Mike Tindall, shared the exciting news, during a recent appearance on a podcast.
The British royal family is looking forward to a new addition to their already large clan as Queen Elizabeth's oldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall, is expecting her third child with her husband, Mike Tindall.
Speaking on "The Good, The Bad & The Rugby" podcast on Wednesday, Mike, a former captain for England's rugby team, revealed that his wife is pregnant with their third baby.
The couple are already parents to two beautiful daughters, six-year-old Mia Grace, whom they welcomed in January 2014, and two-year-old Lena Elizabeth, born on June 18, 2018.
During his appearance on the podcast, Mike, 42, admitted to the host that he was having a good week, adding that he and Zara went for a scan last week.
Even though they are yet to know the gender of their baby, Mike already has his hopes on having a boy. The expectant father admitted that he would like their newborn to be a boy.
Mike also opened up about names that they could give the baby. The former athlete joked that he and Zara were considering funny names like Covey or Covina.
The royal explained that her miscarriages were followed by a spirit of helplessness.
Still speaking on the pregnancy, Mike revealed that Zara is in good spirits but is maintaining caution because of her past experiences with miscarriages.
Following the birth of their first child, Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter suffered a miscarriage in 2016 and later revealed that she had suffered another miscarriage before welcoming her second baby.
Speaking about it in 2018, the royal explained that her miscarriages were followed by a spirit of helplessness but added that the experiences made them a stronger family.
With a third baby on the way, there is no doubt that Zara and her husband are excited and cannot wait to meet their new bundle of joy, who is reportedly due to arrive next summer!