Queen’s great-granddaughter Lena Tindall was ‘very, very clingy’ at start of school term

Mike Tindall has spoken about his children returning to school, during an interview with co-hosts Alex Payne and James Haskell on a new episode of The Good, The Bad and The Rugby podcast.

Mike and Zara Tindall share three children together Mia, 7, Lena, 3 and Lucas who is only 6 months old.

This year his children Mia and Lena will be attending a new school.

He said: “[Mia]’s generally pretty bold, but the first time she was a little bit nervous walking in.

“Wasn’t very nervous when she walked out, and then Lena, she’s still at nursery but we’ve swapped her nursery into the school to prepare her for next year.

He added: “She was very, very clingy, but now she’s fully into it.”

Queen Elizabeth has 12 great-grandchildren after Princess Eugenie’s daughter, Sienna Elizabeth Mappelli Mozzi became the latest new-born in September.

Mike Tindall also revealed during the interview he and his family spent a holiday in Scotland with the monarch.

He said: “We went up to Scotland, so we’ve had a good family vacation through August, which was quite nice with the kids.”

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