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Mike Tindall Announces He’s Touring With James Haskell And Alex Payne

On tour! Mike Tindall announces he’s ‘hiking out in the UK’ with his ‘best friends’ James Haskell and Alex Payne from The Good, the Bad and the Rugby podcast

  • Mike Tindall, 43, tours the UK with his friends James Haskell and Alex Payne
  • The trio are good friends and they all host The Good, the Bad and the Rugby podcast
  • Mike shares three children with the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall


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Mike Tindall has delighted fans after announcing that he will be touring the UK with his friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he hosts the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby.

The ex-England rugby star, 43, who shares three children with the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall, took to Instagram on Sunday and wrote alongside a photo of the three: ‘Not sure how this came about but we’re going out and roughly around the UK. #3bestfriends #nowwearetouring.’

Mike, who lives in the family home on Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire, continued: ‘More details will be announced tomorrow at 10am. Click the link in my bio to sign up for more information and presale access!’

The link took fans to an application form below a photo of a rugby ball with the date of Monday, 10/25/2021 printed on it.

Mike Tindall, 43, who shares three children with the Queen's granddaughter Zara, has delighted fans after announcing that he will be touring the UK with friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he has hosted the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby host.  Pictured arriving on day nine of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London on 7 July 2021

Mike Tindall, 43, who shares three children with the Queen’s granddaughter Zara, has delighted fans after announcing that he will be touring the UK with friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he has hosted the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby host. Pictured arriving on day nine of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London on 7 July 2021

Mike was joined by his friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he hosts the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby

Mike was joined by his friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he hosts the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby

Mike was joined by his friends James Haskell and Alex Payne, with whom he hosts the podcast The Good, the Bad and the Rugby

The ex-England rugby star wrote: 'I'm not sure how this came about but we're heading out in the UK.  #3bestfriends #nowwearetouring'

The ex-England rugby star wrote: 'I'm not sure how this came about but we're heading out in the UK.  #3bestfriends #nowwearetouring'

The ex-England rugby star wrote: ‘I’m not sure how this came about but we’re heading out in the UK. #3bestfriends #nowwearetouring’

The topics discussed in the podcast aren’t just sports-related, with Mike often speaking about personal matters as well.

In December last year, he was greeted with cheers by his rugby buddies when he announced that his wife Zara was expecting a ‘third Tindall’.

The ex-England Rugby star told co-hosts Alex Payne and James Haskell: “It’s been a good week for me, had a little scan last week – third Tindall on the way.”

And in April 2021, Mike paid tribute to his wife’s grandfather, Prince Philip, saying it had been a “tough 10 days” as he praised the “wonderful” queen and said she was “leading the country by example.”

In April 2021, Mike paid tribute to his wife’s grandfather, Prince Philip, saying it was a “difficult 10 days” as he praised the “wonderful” Queen and said she was “leading the country by example.” Pictured, with wife Zara at Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday

Speaking on his podcast, the husband of Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall said the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral was ‘creepy’ due to the lack of crowds, but that it is exactly how the Royal Family would have wanted it because it is’ no fuss’.

He added that his love for The Queen is “even better” than ever and that the funeral was “well managed” and Philip was “well looked after”.

“It’s been ten difficult days,” he told co-hosts James Haskell and Alex Payne.

“I look back on the day that I think was creepy, with no crowds and the social distancing.

“I think it was the perfect day for how he would have wanted it, if that makes any sense at all. Don’t worry, get going,’ he added.

Mike’s tour announcement comes just days after the dad-of-three had a fun day out with his daughter Mia, seven, at a Halloween event at Chessington World of Adventures.

He was joined on the outing by numerous celebrities who also brought their families – including Coronation Street actor Charlie Condou, Blue band member Anthony Costa, TV Soap Star Charles Venn and A Place in the Sun host Laura Hamilton.

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