Queen granddaughter gives birth to baby on the bathroom floor
Zara and Mike Tindall have become parents again, he announced. The Queen’s tenth great-grandson was born on the bathroom floor.
Zara (39) and Mike Tindall (42) have become parents again. The first son was born on Sunday, as the proud father proclaimed in his podcast “The Good, The Bad & The Rugby”. Accordingly, the tenth great-grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II (94) and Prince Philip (99) were in a hurry. Little Lucas was born on the bathroom floor after the couple failed to make it to the hospital.
Mike Tindall supported his wife as best he could. “It meant running to the gym, fetching a mat, going to the bathroom, putting the mat on the floor, putting the towels down, holding on, holding on, holding on,” he said of the dramatic phase. A spokeswoman for the couple also officially confirmed the birth: “Zara and Mike Tindall are happy to announce the birth of their third child, Lucas Philip Tindall.”
The Queen’s granddaughter and daughter of Princess Anne (70) Zara Phillips and the English rugby union player Mike Tindall have been married since 2011. The couple already have the daughters Mia (born 2014) and Lena (born 2018) together. She suffered a miscarriage at the end of 2016.