Prince William ‘signified’ close bond with Zara Tindall when she became George’s godmother

Mike Tindall denies delivering his and Zara Tindall's baby

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had their first son George in 2013. The Channel 5 documentary, ‘Zara & Mike: No Nonsense Royals’ explores William’s close relationship with his cousin Zara.

Zara recently gave birth to her and husband Mike Tindall’s third child.

But her relationship with the future King William left Zara also being the godmother of Prince George.

Royal expert Emily Andrews told the documentary: “Although Zara’s not working royal, she is still a senior member, really, of the Royal Family.

“And her relationship with the future king, William, is very close and that closeness was really signified when William made Zara a godmother to Prince George.”

Royal commentator Jennie Bond explained the cousins’ close bond.

She said: “It’s a very close relationship. They’re very close in age.

“They’ve got an awful lot in common. They’ve got the same Granny, so she’s very close to her cousins.”

Zara married the former English rugby union player, Mike Tindall, three months after Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding at Westminster Abbey.

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Zara and Mike are not working royals and have tried to keep a relatively low profile despite their careers as professional athletes at the top of their fields.

The couple met in a bar in Sydney when Mike was in Australia for the Rugby World Cup and when Zara was taking a gap year.

Journalist Brenda Emmanus told the documentary: “They live their own lives and make their own decisions, the public doesn’t pay for them.

“They’re practical and accessible, the most normal and delightful couple.

“They’re keen to do their own thing and pay their own way.”

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