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Mike Tindall reveals desire to return to pre-coronavirus times in poignant snap


The couple has been self-isolating at home with their two daughters Mia and Lena.

Sharing a photo of him and his wife Zara at this year’s Cheltenham Festival, the former England rugby star reminisced about a happier climate.

Alongside the photo, the caption hinted at Mike’s desire to gather in large groups again.

The caption read: “We can’t wait for The Green Room to return with these familiar faces”

But Zara’s husband caveated his hopes with a message of safety.

“(When it’s safe to do so of course!).” the caption read.

The photo was taken just before the Government imposed a lockdown banning mass gatherings.

In the photo, the couple is dressed in their finery enjoying the facilities at the Green Room.

The former England star sported a sophisticated look, dressed in a light blue shirt and Navy tie, with a brown checked jacket and waistcoat and trousers to match.

Whilst his wife gleamed in a navy military coat, with Rebecca Taylor’s ‘Blurry Heart Silk Jacquard Dress’ underneath.

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However, racegoers may not have to wait much longer to watch their horses in action.

Reports suggest that some crowds could be back to watch sport live as early as September.

Whilst Zara and Mike didn’t attend Royal Ascot, it didn’t stop the couple from dressing for the occasion at home.

The pair couldn’t resist wearing their race day outfits.

Zara, clutching her husband, wore a stunning blue ‘Darsha’ dress from Beulah London.

Whilst Mike dressed in a grey suit, with a pale blue shirt and royal blue to tie.

After the photo was taken in their Gloucestershire garden, Mike quipped at their unusual outfit choice.

He captioned the photo: “When it’s day 1 of Royal Ascot and you have nothing else on!!! @itvracing #wishiwasthere.”

Speaking in a video interview on Good Morning Britain in April, they said: ” We’re very lucky. We’re out in the country, we are on the farm, and we’ve still got to look after the horses.

So I can’t imagine how hard it is for people in the city.

But [we’re] trying to stay safe and not put pressure on our NHS.”


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