Zara Tindall daughters Mia and Lena ‘over the moon’ at new baby brother, says Mike

Zara Tindall: Children 'over the moon' at baby news says Mike

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Mike Tindall has confirmed that his wife, Zara, has given birth to their third baby. Princess Anne’s daughter delivered her new royal child at home. Mike spoke on his podcast ‘The Good, the Bad and the Rugby’ about how their daughters, Mia Grace and Lena Elizabeth, took the news.

He told his co-hosts: “They didn’t get told. Mia’s quite on it in terms of street smarts.

“She was asking why we weren’t going home for tea.

“And she was getting told, ‘Oh they just had to pop out for something’.

“‘Will you just stop asking questions?'”

Mike continued: “When she got in, she was over the moon, both of them were.

“Lena keeps calling him ‘my baby’.

“It’s like, no, Lena, it’s not your baby.

“She keeps trying to pick him up too.”

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A spokeswoman said: “Zara and Mike Tindall are happy to announce the birth of their third child, Lucas Philip Tindall.

“The little boy arrived on March 21, weighing 8lbs 4oz and is a first grandson for Princess Anne.”

A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: “The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh are delighted with the news and look forward to meeting their 10th great-grandchild when circumstances allow.”

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Mike also spoke on the podcast about how the home birth came to be.

He told his co-hosts that Zara had been having contractions through the night.

However when the baby started to arrive, her friend, Dolly, realised there would not be enough time to get to the hospital.

Instead, the midwife redirected her way to their home.

She then helped to deliver the baby on their bathroom floor.

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