Published On: Mon, Aug 26th, 2019

Royal news: Queen seeks out ‘down to earth’ Zara Tindall amid William and Harry row | Royal | News

The Queen, 93, reportedly “does not care” for the feud between the future king of England and his younger brother. Prince William, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, have made moves to separate their lives in recent months, in both a professional and private sense. And it seems the drama is all a bit much for Her Majesty, who has sought the company of another of her eight grandchildren, Zara Tindall, 38.

Speaking to Fabulous Digital, Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said the Queen prefers to avoid the Cambridges and Sussexes when things get awkward.

She said: “Her Majesty does not care for the alleged feuding amongst her grandchildren William and Harry.

“That would make her very sad. But she would never interfere with their lives.”

Instead, she seeks the company of “down to earth” Zara and her husband, Mike Tindall.

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Ms Seward said: “They are certainly light relief. She can be herself around them.”

The Queen allegedly prefers the Tindalls because they are more “normal” and free of the “royal dramas”.

Ms Seward added: “The Queen has always adored Zara and is so proud of her riding success.

“They have a lot in common as they talk horses and the Queen has invested in several horses for her.”

The rift rumours have taken their toll on the royal family.

The Queen is also known to have a close relationship with Zara’s older brother, Peter Phillips, 41.

Ms Seward said: “I think the Queen is closest to Zara and Peter as they were her first grandchildren and have always been the favourites.

“She’s at her most relaxed around them; as a child she used to give Zara a smack around the legs when she was naughty, which was frequently.

“The Queen gets on well [with Prince William and Kate], but don’t have the same kind of easy-going giggly time with her as Zara and Mike do.”

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