Pregnant Zara Tindall says she was ‘uncomfortable’ at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding and jokes it ‘probably showed on my face’
WHEN Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot last year, photographs of a rather unhappy looking Zara Tindall emerged online.
Now, the royal has revealed she "was uncomfortable" on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's big day, admitting "it probably showed on my face".
At the time, Princess Anne's daughter was heavily pregnant with her and husband Mike Tindall's second child, Lena.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, 38-year-old Zara explained her unborn baby had been "kicking the hell out of her" for an hour.
“I was uncomfortable! My bum sort of slid over either side and Lena kicked the hell out of me for an hour," she explained.
“It just wasn’t comfy at all and it probably showed on my face.”
During Harry and Meghan's ceremony, Bishop Michael Curry was praised for his energetic speech – which lasted 13 minutes.
And it was Zara who caught the attention of social media as she sat looking stunned by the length of the address.
"It was just the general amount of time everything was taking," she explained.
“I think my face was probably caught at the point when I thought: 'Right, he's going to finish now', and then he went off on another little story, and it was like, 'Really?'"
According to lip readers, Zara – who was eight and a half months pregnant at the time – turned to former rugby player Mike and whispered "I need the toilet" during the ceremony, which must have only added to her discomfort.
Just one month later, the couple welcomed second daughter, Lena on June 18.
In other royal news, we told you how ‘dedicated’ Sophie Wessex became the Queen’s ‘favourite daughter-in-law’.
We also revealed thrifty Kate Middleton wore £1.50 Accessorize earrings as she opened her Back To Nature garden with Mary Berry.
And we told you how the Queen ‘loved tucking into Fray Bentos pies on long-haul flights as it made a change from all the posh food in first class’, her former pilot reveals.
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