Zara Tindall may be the granddaughter of the Queen and Prince Philip, but she enjoys a much quieter life than others in the family. Unlike some of her royal relatives, Zara had a fairly small wedding when she married Mike Tindall, 42.
While others in her family have had lavish ceremonies with thousands of guests, Zara was also more private in her wedding.
The couple tied the knot in front of 400 guests on July 30, 2011. The ceremony was held at the Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh, Scotland.
She wore a design by Stewart Parvin which had a pleated bodice and a drop waistline.
Following royal traditions, she borrowed a tiara from the royal collection, sporting a piece which once belonged to Prince Philip’s mother.
She also had on another eye-catching jewel in the form of the engagement ring given to her by Mike.
The stunning ring featured a central diamond and could be worth a huge sum of money, Lorna Haddon, head of diamonds and jewellery at Beaverbrooks explained.
The expert told Express.co.uk: “Zara’s engagement ring features a stunning split band covered in pave diamonds, with a large brilliant-cut diamond at its centre.
“The shape of the split shank frames the central diamond beautifully.”
The expert added: “I’d estimate the ring’s value to be around the £30,000 mark.”
Not only was the ring stunning to look at, there could have been a sweet reason why Mike chose the specific jewel.
This could be down to Zara’s career as an equestrian and former Olympian, the expert claimed.
She stated: “As Zara is an Olympic equestrian rider and big sports fan, Mike’s choice was practical as well as beautiful, with a low-sitting diamond.”
Since their wedding, Zara and Mike have become the parents of two children.
Mia Grace Tindall, seven, was born in 2014, and the couple welcomed Lena Elizabeth Tindall, two, in 2018.
In December 2020, the couple announced they were expecting their third child.
Mike made the announcement on his podcast where he revealed they had just had their 12 week scan.