Will Princess Anne, Zara Tindall, and Mike, as well as their children, be paying a visit to Queen this weekend?
As she celebrates her birthday this weekend, Princess Anne may pay a visit to the Queen with her daughter Zara Tindall and grandkids.
On August 15, Princess Anne will turn 71, and she may spend her birthday in Scotland with her family. The Princess Royal lives in Gloucestershire on the Gatcombe Park Estate, which was given to her as a wedding present by Queen Elizabeth II, 95.
Anne’s two children, Zara Tindall, 40, and Peter Phillips, 43, both live in Gatcombe Park homes and are close to their mother.
Zara and Peter are not working royals, but they are well-loved members of the Queen’s family who have frequented Balmoral Castle over the years.
On Tuesday, the Queen began her official summer stay at Balmoral, and she will remain in the Scottish Highlands until October.
The Queen usually hosts members of the Royal Family while she is in Aberdeenshire, and Anne is usually one of them.
Due to the pandemic last year, the Princess Royal’s 70th birthday celebrations had to be shortened.
Her son-in-law Mike Tindall, on the other hand, intimated at the time that a celebration was planned in Scotland.
“We did have plans, it would have been up in Scotland, but with Covid everything has been trimmed back a bit,” the former England rugby captain and pundit told the One Show in August.
“She’s just an extraordinary woman in terms of how much work she can go through,” Mike stated when asked about his mother-in-law.
The Royal Family might hold a full get-together for Anne’s birthday in Scotland now that lockdown restrictions have been loosened across the UK.
Zara gave birth to her third child, and first son Lucas, in March, and it’s unclear whether the Queen has met him yet.
Zara and Mike could take Anne, their two daughters, Mia and Lena, and Lucas up to Aberdeenshire for a family break.
While Sophie, Countess of Wessex, 56, Prince Edward, and their children Lady Louise Windsor, 17, and James, Viscount Severn, 13, were among the first to greet the Queen in Scotland last year, the A-Level results day may have forced them to postpone their visit this year.
Lady Louise finished her AS-Levels in the spring and received her results on August 10.
She may have wished to celebrate with friends in Surrey, where she grew up. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”