Zara Tindall and husband Mike in Australia for racing bash – where are their children?

Zara Tindall and her husband Mike enjoyed the sunshine in Australia today. The sporty couple headed to the Magic Millions race day on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Co-ordinating in pink, the handsome couple smiled for the cameras. Zara wore a black dress with a poppy print and high neck.

To the look she added a pink floral fascinator, nude heels and the Kate Spade ‘Hayes Street Hazel’ studded bag, worth £188.96.

Mike, on the other hand, wore a navy blue suit, looking very dapper.

He added a pale pink shirt with a magenta paisley tie and matching pocket square.

Mike wore brown smart shoes and held sunglasses in his hand.

Zara and Mike have been in Down Under for a while, as she competed in the he Gold Coast’s Magic Millions Polo Tournament.

Have the couple brought their two children to Australia with them?

As they youngsters have not been seen with their parents abroad, it is possible they have stayed at home.

The couple have two children, Mia Grace, four, and Lena Elizabeth, who is just six months old.

Zara Tindall’s wedding day took place in on 30 July 2011 in Edinburgh at the Canongate Kirk. 

Mike was a rugby union player for Gloucester when the pair met in 2003.

Their engagement was announced in 2010.

Zara Tindall’s wedding tiara was worth up to £4 million. 

Deborah Papas, gemmologist and jewellery expert from Prestige Pawnbrokers of Channel 4’s Posh Pawn told Express.co.uk: “This is the most glamorous piece from Princess Anne’s stunning jewellery collection.”

The piece was given to Zara to wear at her wedding by her mother Princess Anne, who it belongs to.

Deborah said: “’Something borrowed’ does not escape the Royal Family!

“The stunning tiara which belonged to her Great Grandmother (Prince Philip’s mother, Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark) was lent to Zara on her wedding day by her mother, Princess Anne.”

You may also like

Leave a comment