Queen's granddaughter undertakes first public outing since becoming a mother of two
Zara Tindall, the Queen’s granddaughter, appeared in public for the first time since she welcomed her second child.
Zara, who is now a mother of two, had her first public outing since giving birth to support her husband, former rugby star Mike Tindall, for a celebrity golf tournament.
It had only been a little over two weeks since Zara welcomed baby Lena Elizabeth on June 18th and the Queen’s granddaughter immediately stepped out to offer her loving support for her husband.
The Celebrity Cup, which occurred on June 30th held Cup at the Newport Celtic Manor Resort golf course in South Wales, showed Zara wearing a casual outfit composed of a white blouse, jeans, comfortable shoes, and a white baseball cap.
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Her eldest daughter, baby Mia, four, was also spotted at the golf course donning a black-and-white striped dress.
The event is annually held and Mike celebrated last year when he won with Team England.
He shared a photo of his personalized golf club bag on Twitter and wrote, ‘Ready to rumble!!’ with a hashtag #celebritycup.
Zara, 37, and Mike, 39, just recently announced the name of their newborn daughter.
A spokesperson for the couple, as revealed by People, stated that they chose Lena because they “liked” it.
As for the baby’s second name, it was a tribute to her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
Baby Lena’s birth is very special for the couple since Zara went through an unfortunate miscarriage in December 2016.
Talking to The Sunday Times in May 2017, Mike said baby Mia – who was three at the time - was their saving grace.
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“However down we feel she will come running up in our faces. When I was playing I hardly saw her; now we can see her grow up,” he said.
Baby Lena is the Queen Elizabeth’s seventh great-grandchild and Princess Anne’s fourth grandchild. She is 19th in line for the British throne.