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Mike Tindall's Biography

 
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Mike Tindall was born on 18th October 1978 in Wakefield.

Tindall, who is 1.87 metres tall and weighs 102 kgs, plays centre for Gloucester.

Mike Tindall was part of England's rugby World Cup winning side in 2003. According to the BBC, after England had won the Rugby World Cup, Prince Harry told Mike Tindall:

"I've had a text from granny - she's going to throw a party for you."

Mike Tindall is married to Zara Phillips, the daughter of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips.

He proposed on 20 December 2010.

Mike Tindall was omitted from England's World Cup squad in 2007 after breaking a leg in April. At that point, Tindall had amassed 53 England caps, starting with his debut against Ireland at Twickenham in 2000.

On 29 September 2007, Mike Tindall retuned from his leg injury with a try to help Gloucester defeat Worcester.

Mike Tindall moved to Gloucester after a long stint at Bath.

In June 2011, Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips got married at Canongate Kirk in Scotland.

In November 2011, after a Rugby World Cup full of controversy for England in general and Tindall, in particular, Mike Tindall was fined £25,000 and thrown out of the Elite Player Squad.

In July 2013, it was announced that Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips were expecting their first baby.

Their daughter Mia Grace was born in Gloucestershire in 2014.

Tindall became a regular pundit on TalkSport.

In November 2016, Zara and Mike Tindall revealed they were expecting a second child. However, just before Christmas 2016, it was announced that they had lost their baby.




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