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Mike and Zara Tindall in love and complicity: a couple like the others in the ski

After the heat of Australia, Mike and Zara Tindall flew to the cold slopes of the Austrian Alps. Complicit memories with his wife that the former rugby player wanted to display this Friday, January 27.

They already appeared all smiles and mischievous at the Magic Millions in Australia on January 14. Mike Tindall, 44, and his wife Zara Tindall, 41, repeated the experience on the heights of Saalbach Hinterglemm, Austria. Visibly very satisfied with his vacation, the former candidate of the show I’m a celebrity … get me out of here has shared, this Friday, January 27, some shots and videos of him and his wife. Against a backdrop of blue skies and pristine powder snow, the couple seems to have once again had a great time away from the hustle and bustle of the court. Between the memoirs of Prince Harry and the eviction of Prince Andrew from Buckingham, the daughter of Princess Anne and her husband have, it seems, well done to move away.

With a huge social media following – 587,000 fans on Instagram and 233,000 on Twitter – Mike Tindall shared his excitement by accompanying his photos with a caption: “Amazing few days of skiing in Saalbach. Great hospitality and fantastic people!” A post that garnered nearly 32,000 likes, but not always glowing comments. Yet much appreciated for the couple he forms with Zara Tindall, the Internet users did not hesitate to remind him that he was taking a little too much fun: “My god that life is difficult!” reacted one of them. “I thought the Tindalls had children? Or did they forget? Since the Queen died, Mike Tindall has started to enjoy his celebrity status too much. I’m sure Anne will have something to say about that!” judged another.

Back in the saddle

This post also comes shortly after Zara gave an interview to her husband about his new series Mike Drop available on YouTube. According to our British colleagues Hello! and MailOnline, Princess Anne’s daughter expressed her guilt about returning to her professional riding career: “I’ve been struggling to get back into it. Mentally, you feel guilty as a mother leaving your children to do something else,” she explained. The niece of King Charles III had finished second in the eventing competition at the 2012 Olympics alongside teammates Tina Cook, Mary King and William Fox-Pitt. Zara Tindall had thus become the first member of the royal family to win an Olympic distinction.

Photo credits: AGENCY / BESTIMAGE

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