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Inside the real world of the unflappable Princess Anne

Inside the real world of the unflappable Princess Anne

Said Tindall, “Overall, her advice on life has been invaluable. Every time we’ve slightly outgrown our position, she would be the first to bring us back down to earth.”

“When she’s in an environment of people she knows,” she added, “whether it’s their organizations or family, friends, she’s definitely a lot more relaxed and she’s a lot of fun and she’s always the one with the loudest laugh.”

“He loves a good dance,” Zara noted. “She’s good on her feet.”

Zara was named BBC Sports Competitor of the Year in 2006, 35 years after her mother received a similar honour, and competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she was honored with a silver medal in events. by teams from the hands of the Princess Royal herself.

“His father had been a successful jockey and won many more medals [than I]said Anne vanity fair“So you kind of wonder if having two parents who have been in that situation helped. Zara was always a natural and it was really a question of whether she felt like that was something she really wanted to do, and she did and she did.” she very thorough and she dedicated herself to it. So, quite rightly, she was very successful.”

All the grandchildren love horses too, and Anne joked, “Certainly when they started riding, I was the extra hand.”

(Originally published on October 1, 2018 at 3 am PT; Updated December 4, 2019 at 9:40 am PST)

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