Staggering pictures inside Zara and Mike Tindalls previous home as Mirrorcouk
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These pictures show the stu
ing villa which once housed the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall and her rugby ace husband.
Zara and Mike Tindall called Hallery House, in Cheltenham, their home until 2013 – two years after moving in.
They then went to live on Princess A
e’s, Zara’s mother, Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire.
After selling the Grade II listed house for u00a31.2million, the current owners have listed it on the market for a whopping u00a31.7millio
nThe house was built in around 1823 and has all the grandeur and elegance you would expect in a regal home.
Zara, an equestrian Olympic champion met her husband in 2003 during England’s successful Rugby World Cup campaign in Australia.
This is every ‘essential item’ the Queen carries inside her handbag – including her own face
They got engaged in December 2010 and, after the Queen gave her consent to the marriage in a meeting of the Privy Council, they married in July 2011.