Lucas Philip Tindall's Dramatic Entry to the World

Lucas Philip Tindall's Dramatic Entry to the World
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Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh became great-grandparents for 10th time. Zara Tindall, Queen's first Granddaughter, and her husband Mike Tindall welcomed their thirs child over the weekend.

The couple welcomed Lucas Philip Tindall, weighing 8lbs 4oz, on Sunday evening. Mike announced the good news during this week's episode of his podcast 'The Good, The Bad and The Rugby'.

Very casually he threw the news in and surprised his co-hosts, 'Sunday got even better because a little baby boy arrived at my house'.


Mike revealed Zara was having contraptions and on Subday evening when she finally went into labour they didn't have enough time to go to the hospital and Lucas was born on the bathroom flooor of their Gatcombe Park home in Gloucestershire.

The midwives were quick to arrive and helped Zara in the birth. Mike and Zara have two daughters Mia and Lena.


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The couple gave a tribute to Zara's Grandfather Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh and give their son a middle name Philip. After The Queen gave birth his fourth child Prince Edward at home 57 years ago, this is the first child of the royal family who was born at home.

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Her Majesty and The Duke were informed and are said to be very happy and looking forward to meet the new member of the family when the circumstances allow.

Congratulations to the happy family.