The baby ‘rollercoaster’ for Zara Tindall and her husband Mike is called ‘Brace brace brace.’
Lucas, ZARA TINDALL and her husband Mike’s third child, will be baptized this weekend, but in a throwback interview, the former rugby star admitted to a “rollercoaster” week when the little one arrived.
Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall’s children will be baptized in a joint ceremony this weekend.
August Philip Hawke Brooksbank and Lucas Philip Tindall, second cousins born earlier this year, are due to be christened at Windsor Great Park’s Royal Chapel of All Saints. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are among the Royal Family members set to attend. The Queen, who is 95 years old, is expected to make a last-minute decision after visiting her physicians.
The Queen is “extremely keen” to attend, according to royal sources, given the “deep personal disappointment” of missing last Sunday’s Remembrance festivities.
The dual royal baptism this weekend is a once-in-a-lifetime event, since it is thought to be the first time two royals have been baptized at the same time.
Zara, Princess Anne’s daughter, and Mike Tindall, a former England rugby player, had their third child, a son, in March.
Mike claimed it had been a “rollercoaster of emotions” shortly after Lucas was born on March 21 on Good Morning Britain.
He had previously stated that he desired a son because he and Zara already had two girls, Mia Grace, six, and Lena Elizabeth, two.
They had made the decision to keep the baby’s gender a secret.
“Sunday became much better because a tiny newborn boy arrived at my house!” Mike stated on his ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Rugby’ podcast a few days after Lucas’ birth.
Lucas weighed 8lbs 4oz at the time and had no name.
“8lb, 4oz, quite bonny,” Mike continued. Arrived swiftly, didn’t make it to the hospital, and spent the night on the restroom floor!” So, it was a sprint to the gym. Get yourself a mat. Enter the restroom.
“Place the mat on the ground. Place the towels on the floor. “Brace yourself, brace yourself, brace yourself.” On Good Morning Britain, he stressed that he did not deliver the baby himself.
“Fortunately, the midwife arrived in time, so I didn’t have to walk down to the area,” he explained. The disadvantage is that I’m on the wrong end of the spectrum; I have to stay at the top and support.” “Sorry, ‘business end’ would have been a much better way of describing it!” he joked. Zara’s was not what we had anticipated. “Brinkwire News Summary.”