Zara Tindall 'careful about not upstaging' Charlotte says expert
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Zara Tindall tried to “not upstage” Princess Charlotte on the young royal’s birthday, commentators have claimed. Princess Anne’s daughter was pictured on her “first outing” with newborn son, Lucas Philip, but had to be “super careful” with pictures. Royally Obsessed podcast hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed the Tindall family, and how the Queen’s granddaughter may celebrate her upcoming birthday.
Ms Bowie told listeners: “Happy early birthday to Zara Tindall. It’s on May 15.
“I was trying to see if we had any intel on how she might be celebrating because she is turning the big 40.
“We might have to wait for info from Mike on his rugby podcast.”
The former England sportstar had announced the birth of his son on his podcast, ‘The Good, The Bad & The Rugby’.
Ms Fiorito added: “I’m really hoping that we get the first photo of Lucas Philip.
“He’s six weeks old already.
“That would be a great birthday gift to all of us.
“Everyone was saying that she was super careful about not upstaging Charlotte’s birthday.”
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She continued: “When she took Lucas out for the first time, she had him in the pram.
“She made sure we didn’t see his face.
“So this may be the first time we see his face hopefully.”
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Lucas Philip Tindall was born on March 21.
On his rugby podcast, Mike spoke about how the baby had to be delivered on the bathroom floor of their residence.
He told listeners that there had not been enough time to reach the hospital.
Their midwife arrived just as the baby started appearing to take over the birthing process.
Mr Tindall described the experience as “unbelievable”.
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