Zara Phillips watches her horse named 'Somewhere to Be' finish fourth at Cheltenham Racecourse, United Kingdom - Saturday 22nd October 2016
Zara Phillips competes on High Kingdom in the Showjumping round at The Festival of British Eventing held at Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom - Saturday 6th August 2016
Of course, you've always wanted to see Kate Middleton, the Queen, Zara Phillips and the Duchess of Cornwall in LEGO form.
The Queen's hit maker Rachel Trevor-Morgan has designed LEGO headwear for miniature versions of the royal family to celebrate Royal Ascot. Trevor-Morgan was down at Legoland in Windsor on Tuesday (June 10, 2014) to unveil the designs, which will be on display until the end of the world's most famous horse racing festival on June 21st.
The Queen [center] in LEGO form [Photo: Getty Images: Credit: Gareth Cattermole]
In the LEGO scenes, Her Majesty The Queen wears a characteristically classic hat - a bright yellow straw number with hand painted silk flowers. The Duchess of Cornwall wears a grey picture hat with miniature feathers while fashionista The Duchess of Cambridge wears an understated royal blue straw slice hat with quill feathers.
Kate Middleton is due to give birth in Mid-July, her child with Prince William will be the third in line to the British throne.
Kate Middleton, the Royal family and onlookers worldwide are anticipating the arrival of her child with Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge checked into St. Mary's Hospital, London where she is expecting her baby sometime in mid-July.
Kate Middleton laughing with her husband Prince William at the Queen's Birthday Parade in June 2013.
The due date may be uncertain- the couple revealed their child will be due sometime in mid-July- yet the world press and British public are already camped outside Buckingham Palace and St. Mary's Hospital, London in expectation of the future Royal's imminent arrival. St. Mary's is also where the baby's Grandfather (Prince Charles) and Uncle (Prince Harry) were born.
Continue reading: Royal Baby Watch Continues As Kate Middleton's Due Date Approaches
The athletic couple are preparing for parenthood
Zara Phillips – the Queen’s granddaughter and respected British equestrian – and Mike Tindall – a professional rugby player – are expecing their first baby together, BBC News has revealed. The couple married in July 2011 at Canongate Kirk, in Edinburgh.
Phillips is expecting her first child
In a statement, Buckingham Palace said: "Mr and Mrs Mike Tindall are very pleased to announce that Zara Tindall is expecting a baby in the new year." It added that the couple's parents, the Princess Royal and Captain Mark Phillips, and Mr Phillip and Mrs Linda Tindall, and members of both families were "delighted" with the news. "This baby will be the first child for Mike and Zara and the third grandchild for the Princess Royal."
Continue reading: First Baby On The Horizon For Zara Phillips And Mike Tindall
Zara Phillips and her fellow Team GB equestrian team members will be dancing ‘Gangnam Style’ to raise money for Children in Need.
The Royal Olympian and granddaughter to the Queen will be dancing in full equestrian kit, to the strains of Psy’s surprise electro-pop hit, which has spawned many an imitation (one of which got a group of lifeguards fired from their jobs, no less), The Telegraph reports.
‘Gangnam Style’ became a viral hit this summer and has now been viewed over 658 million times on YouTube. Now, it gets the royal seal of approval, as Princess Anne’s daughter, along with Tina Cook and Nicola Wilson, will perform their very own brand of the now-legendary dance as part of the BBC’s evening of charity-focused entertainment. Fittingly, the dance itself features a mime of someone pretending to ride a horse and spinning a lasso. That first bit, at least, should be a doddle for the Equestrian Event team, who will release the video on Monday (November 12, 2012), ahead of the annual Children in Need telethon, which will take place on Friday (November 16, 2012).
Date of birth
15th May, 1981