Who is Mike Tindall?

Mike Tindall is a former England Rugby player.  Now that I live in the UK, I follow Rugby (although I follow the ‘All Blacks’/New Zealand.  Rome was not built in a day. I will get around to supporting England one of these days.  I have blogged on Rugby before and may have mentioned that ADONIS man Johnny Wilkinson (a former England player, although plays for France now). So, you should check out that blog post on Rugby I wrote previously.  I would.

Back to Mike Tindall.  MT has captained the England team and was a member of the 2003 World Cup winning squad. AND he is married to Zara Philips.  MT is now part of the Royal Family.  Stranger things have happened at sea, they say.  Zara Philips is the eldest granddaughter of the Queen. Princess Ann is her Mum. Zara seems nice, she is into horses and stuff (I mean, she is a Royal) and is known for being pretty laid back.  Mike and Zara gave birth (actually only Zara) to baby Mia January 2014 who is 16th in line to the throne.  Mia is a very pretty name and not a traditional royal name but neither is Zara.

Back to Mike Tindall.  He seems like a nice guy.  He is as you know, a rugby player and very much looks like one.  He is just one big muscle. And that nose of his has been broken approximately 432 times in his 17 year career.  He never reset it because he knew it would be broken again.  His nose is also so badly damaged that he can no longer smell.  How horrible not to be able to smell roses, bacon or the skin of a newborn baby.

Back to Mike Tindall.  He is just a regular guy, a professional rugby player and is married to the Queen’s eldest granddaughter.  And oh yeah, he just came into some money. Check out the link below.


Cheers Y’all



  1. Yvonne · April 12, 2015

    She’s quite cute, isn’t she!

    • samdfb1 · April 12, 2015

      she really is! Zara right? She does not look as delicate as Kate. Which is good. Women need to look strong. My humble opinion of course. How was the 5K? Fun?

      • Yvonne · April 12, 2015

        It was all over in the twinkle of an eye. I needn’t have thrown myself body and soul into that tough training regime, it seems. I watched the folks come in from the half-marathon. The first 3 (from Ethiopia) flew in, looking like they could do this all day. Others came in suffering, with legs like rubber, cramps and so on. The last person across the finish line was nearly 2 hours after the first one. I tip my hat to each and every one of them.

      • samdfb1 · April 12, 2015

        Wow. Mad respect to them and you. I could never. I only run for the bus…which is pretty often! 😉

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