Mike Tindall, husband of Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips, has revealed some details about the jubilee in his podcast. Among other things, he spoke about the hyper Prince Louis at the closing parade.

With his grimaces and snarls, Prince Louis drew everyone’s attention at the closing parade of the throne jubilee. The younger son of Prince William and his wife Kate just couldn’t sit still and fidgeted wildly in his seat. “The kids were the stars of the show. Louis just wanted to have fun. It’s hard for them. They’re all young. It’s a long time. But as any parent knows, you just do what needs to be done,” now said Mike Tindall, husband of Queen granddaughter Zara Phillips, on his podcast.

The couple sat with their two daughters, Mia and Lena, in the row behind William, Kate and their three children. Eight-year-old Mia and her three-year-old sister Lena also fooled around during the ceremony. “Both of my two are always mischievous, so you have to try to keep them in check,” Tindall said, reporting that the kids ate a lot of candy throughout the celebration. They were in a real “sugar rush”.

Harry and Meghan skipped family lunch

Zara and Mike Tindall have been married since 2011. In addition to their two daughters, they also have son Lucas, who was born in March 2021. Mike Tindall co-hosts the podcast The Good, The Bad with English rugby player James Haskell and TV presenter Alex Payne

There, the 43-year-old also revealed that some family members had lunch together after the “Trooping the Color” parade on Thursday. Along with the concert in front of Buckingham Palace and the Epsom Derby, that was one of his “highlights” of the weekend. Mike Tindall did not say who showed up for the meeting.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” reports that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan did not attend, but drove straight back to their Frogmore Cottage estate in Windsor after the military ceremony. The couple had traveled from the US to the UK with their two children for the anniversary weekend, but were rarely seen in public.

Quellen:  Podcast “The Good, The Bad