Zara Tindall has said her mother, the Princess Royal, is her biggest role model, in a new interview promoting clothing brand Musto.
The royal, 41, released the short video on YouTube, as she tried on garments for the outdoor clothing company in the countryside near her Gatcombe Park home in Gloucestershire.
Zara said: ‘Whether it was the horses or sailing or travelling or the people we met along the way.
‘I was very lucky to meet incredible people which then you learn more from as you go along through life.’
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Zara Tindall, 41, pictured in a new photoshoot for outdoor clothing brand Musto; in a video accompanying the photos, she said she viewed her mother, the Princess Royal, as her biggest role model
The mother-of-three said she felt ‘very lucky’ to meet incredible people while riding and sailing as a child (Pictured: Zara and Princess Anne at Epsom Racecourse in June)
The mother-of-three seen posing as the face for the sailing and outdoor clothing firm Musto. The 41-year-old was snapped in the countryside near her home on Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire
The royal shares three children, Mia, eight, Lena, three, and Lucas, one with her husband Mike Tindall.
Revealing how her outdoorsy childhood had shaped her as a grown-up, she said: ‘I definitely remember having a lot of fun and being able to experience a lot of things and I’m very lucky that my parents were able to do that for us or whatever they were involved in.’
Speaking about what she would like her own legacy to be as she tried on a variety of coats, Zara said she’d like to be remembered ‘for being hard working and respectful and loyal and a good mum’, with ‘some success in there too’.
She said a perfect day for the family might be ‘at home, or with the family, obviously, or travelling.’
The royal explained: ‘I’m happy travelling with the kids and Mike and exploring the world.
‘If I’ve got something planned it would definitely be outside, either riding or doing some kind of activity like a trip away to Devon or Scotland, where you kind of make sure you’re outside the whole time and they don’t see a phone or an iPad for the whole day and then they can just crash in the evening.’
Close: Princess Anne, 72, with daughter Zara Tindall, 41, outside Balmoral Castle, following the passing of the Queen in September
She said a perfect day for the family might be ‘at home, or with the family, obviously, or travelling’ (Pictured, her three children, Mia, eight, Lena, three, and Lucas, one, with husband Mike Tindall)
Mike Tindall (pictured here in 2018 at a Gala Dinner at Celtic Manor Resort) is set to appear on the next series of I’m a Celebrity, Get me out of Here
The 43-year-old (pictured here with his wife Zara Tindall at the Queen’s funeral in September) could earn up to £150,000 for an appearance, according to a brand expert
The photoshoot comes just days after it was reported that her 43-year-old husband, Mike Tindall, had signed up to this year’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
The former England Rugby player will reportedly be the first royal on prime time, and is said to be joining the likes of Boy George, comic Seann Walsh and DJ Chris Moyles to compete for the Jungle crown.
The details around the father-of-three’s deal ‘remain a closely guarded secret’, however, a source told The Sun: ‘It’s a massive coup. Mike has had a box seat for some of the most important moments in royal history for generations.
‘He is sure to be discreet, but his sheer presence means this series will be an absolute must-watch.’
The former England rugby player, however, ‘did not seek permission’ from King Charles to enter the Aussie jungle and appear on the show, The Times reports.
It added that Mike could earn a six-figure pay packet for heading to the outback.