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The Queen’s tenth great-grandchild born on the bathroom floor

Alan Crowhurst / Getty Images Queen Elizabeth’s tenth great-grandchild was born on the bathroom floor on Sunday. Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall and her husband, ex-English rugby player Mike, had no planned birth at home but couldn’t make it to the hospital on time when the baby, a boy 22nd on the throne, with a minimum of attendance Pomp and circumstances arrived. The unusually informal circumstances of the last royal birth were highlighted by Mike Tindall on The Good, The Bad and The Rugby sports podcast. After watching rugby games all weekend, Mike said, “Sunday got even better with a little boy in arrived at my house. ”As his co-hosts showered him with congratulations, Tindall said he felt“ brilliant ”after the 6pm Sunday night birth. When the podcast was recorded, the couple hadn’t chosen a name. Tindall said, “We always struggle with it, we never picked one before they arrive.” However, a spokesman for the couple said Wednesday, “Zara and Mike Tindall are excited to announce the birth of their third child, Lucas Philip Tindall to give. ” The baby’s second name pays homage to Prince Philip, who is slated to turn 100 in June. It will not have a title as Princess Anne’s children were not given an “HRH” style at her request so that they can lead a more normal life. A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh are pleased with the news and look forward to meeting their 10th great-grandchild when circumstances permit. “When asked if the baby was” pretty, “Tindall said he weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces and arrived” very quickly. “” We didn’t make it to the hospital. On the bathroom floor, ”he said. When Tindall was asked if he was there to touch the birth, he found that a friend of Zara, who was present when the couple’s previous children were born, was there again. ” She was there and it was recognized that we hadn’t got to the hospital in time, so it ran to the gym, got a mat, went to the bathroom, put the mat on the floor, towels down, clip, clip, clip. “Added Tindall.” Luckily the midwife who would meet us at the hospital wasn’t that far away so she drove up and was there when we took the position. The second midwife came shortly after the head arrived! “Mike said,” As any man would say, she was a warrior, she always is. We can never judge a woman by what she must go through when giving birth. She was up again, we went for a walk with him this morning and everything is fine. “Tindall said he cut the cord,” I literally said, ‘Snip. Snip-snip. I have a boy, I’m out of here. “Tindall added,” The best part about being home, once it’s wrapped up, is skin on skin, [we went] Straight downstairs, TV room, golf, and I ask, “You and I will do that.” He said he also watched an old rugby game from 1996 with his newborn son. “Training has already started. Twelve hours later,” joked his co-host. Read more at The Daily Beast. Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Subscribe now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper into the stories you care about. Learn more.

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