The Princess of Wales was today revealed as being a fan of cold-water swimming at night – and plays ‘beer pong’ with Mike Tindall.
The royal sporting revelations came to light today with the release of a special Rugby World Cup edition of the former England international’s podcast: The Good, the Bad and the Rugby.
In the 5src-minute episode, the Prince and Princess of Wales and Anne, the Princess Royal – who are patrons of Welsh, English and Scottish rugby, respectively – talk to Tindall, husband of Anne’s daughter Zara, and co-hosts James Haskell and Alex Payne in the green drawing room at Windsor Castle.
The recording, which was filmed on Wednesday, reveals some of the sporting secrets of the Royal Family.
Catherine, Princess of Wales, also seemed to see the fun side as she attended the recording of a special episode of The Good, The Bad and The Rugby podcast
Mike Tindall, Princess Anne, Princess Royal, Prince William, Prince of Wales and Catherine, Princess of Wales attend the recording of a special episode of The Good, The Bad and The Rugby podcast, in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, on September 6
Mike Tindall and Catherine, Princess of Wales attend the traditional Easter Sunday church service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on April 21, 2src19
The Princess of Wales reveals that she was forced to run barefoot in a parents’ race on sports day, in what many people will think is reminiscent Diana’s famous dash during William’s sports day in 1989 (pictured)
Here are some the best moments:
Host Tindall appears to let slip a more playful side of the Princess of Wales when he reveals her competitive streak. He tells his viewers: ‘I’ve seen her play beer pong!’
The Prince and Princess of Wales, patrons of Welsh and English rugby respectively, and Scotland Rugby patron Princess Anne joined the World Cup podcast special at Windsor
The party game requires players to throw or hit table tennis balls into cups of beer, and their opponents are required to
…. to be continued
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