Zara and Mike Tindall cut casual figures at Legoland festive launch

Mike andZara Tindall, who is a granddaughter of the Queen, were spotted in Windsor where they attended the LEGOLAND festive experience launch on Sunday 5 December.

The event was hosted just round the corner from the Queen’s Berkshire home of Windsor Castle.

Happy couple Zara, 40, and Mike, 43, posed for pictures in front of a 10 metre tall Christmas tree built with 364,000 Lego DUPLO bricks.

Zara was seen wearing a warm-looking bobble hat and scarf, coupled with a khaki green jacket, jeans and white trainers.

Meanwhile, Mike cut an equally casual figure in a green goat, beanie hat, jeans and trainers, as he cuddled up to his wife of 10 years.

While it was a family friendly event, it’s thought the pair attended without their children in tow. Zara and Mike have three kids; Mia, seven, Lena, three, and eight month old Lucas.

Lucas was recently baptised in ajoint christening with Princess Eugenie’s newborn son, August, whom Eugenie shares with husband Jack Brooksbank.

The Royal Family, including the Queen, gathered on Sunday 21 November at All Saints Chapel in Great Windsor Park, Berkshire.

Close friends and other members of immediate family also attended.

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The special occasion is thought to have been the first ever double royal Christening.

Royal commentator Penny Junor said at the time: “I’ve never heard of two royal babies being christened together like this but it will be wonderful to have the Queen there.

"It would also send a fantastic message to the world that she is not ready to leave us yet.

"She’s very spiritual, a christening is a very important occasion for the head of the Church of England and being there will be of great importance to her."

While the Queen attended August and Lucas’s christening, one person who wasn’t there was Eugenie's husband Jack's father, George, whotragically passed away just days before the baptism.

George was 72 at the time of his death, and was said to have been ill for some time after having contracted coronavirus.

Following his poor health and his stint in hospital last year, Eugenie and Jack were reportedly told to “prepare for the worst”.

Speaking of his passing, a royal insider toldMailOnlineat the time: "George had been in hospital with covid and had not been the same after that. He had been unwell for some time. It’s been a difficult time for Jack losing his father before the Christening."

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