Zara and Mike Tindall remain silent as they ignore Harry to enjoy Aussie adventure

Amid the continuous royal waves created by Prince Harry’s new memoir, Spare, Zara and Mike Tindall have been sunning it up on Australia’s Gold Coast.

If Kim Kardashian broke the internet with her viral Paper photoshoot back in 2014, then Prince Harry has positively shattered it with the combination of his Netflix show, Harry & Meghan, and his new book.

Numerous claims and allegations have been made, including telling Meghan not to pose next to the Taj Mahal, rolling joints at Tyler Perry’s home, and using psychedelics to help cope with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana.

But two royals that seem, at least on the outside, completely unfazed by the drama are Mike, 44, and Zara, 41, who enjoyed a stroll through Surfers Paradise on Tuesday.


Zara, who has demonstrated her horse-riding skills on the trip, looked incredibly chic in her athletic gear, which was comprised of white trousers, a red polo shirt and white sneakers.

Prince William and Harry’s cousin styled her blonde tresses in a baseball cap and was also pictured wearing a pair of beige sunglasses.

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here’s Mike, who competed on the show this year with Owen Warner and Charlene White, donned a blur shirt, white shorts and a Magic Millions baseball cap.

Zara is an ambassador for Magic Millions, which is at Doug Jennings Park at Main Beach, and has travelled to the event every year since 2013.

The couple were also spotted mingling with Hollywood’s Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky, and the “David Beckham of Polo” Nacho Figueras.

Earlier this year, Mike was featured on I’m a Celeb in the first Australian show since it moved to Wales during the pandemic.

From tackling former Tory MP Matt Hancock during a challenge to revealing that his grandmother was against his marriage to Zara, fans were treated to a rare look behind the royal curtain.

The former rugby professional gave an emotional speech during the cast’s final dinner, which was organised by Zara, where he said: "I would like to say that it's been an absolute privilege and honour to meet you all and to spend that valuable time together.

"For 26 people to come together and get on for the amount of time we've got on, it's very, very, rare and very, very special and we should all appreciate that.

"We say great things to each other but when we get back to the UK, let's not f**k off, it's easy to do.

"Let's not do it because I think we've created a very special thing here and it's worth keeping it going."

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