Inside the royal world of the unloved Princess An

Tyndall said, “Her advice in general about life has been invaluable. The more we get a little past our station, she will be the first to bring us back to Earth.”

“When she’s in an environment of people she knows,” he added, “whether it’s her organisation, her family or her friends, she definitely relaxes a lot and will be so much fun and she’s always the one who laughs the loudest.”

“She loves a good dance,” Zara noted. “She’s good on her feet.”

Received the BBC Sports Competition of the Year award in 2006, 35 years after her mother was similarly honored, Zara competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she was honored to accept a silver medal in the team event from the Royal Princess herself.

“Her father was a successful knight and won many medals [than I]’ said Ann Vanity Fair‘So you’re a little bit wondering if having two parents in this situation helped. Zara was always a natural and it was really about whether she felt like this was something that she really wanted to do, and she did and she was very thorough and orientated herself to it. So she was really, really successful. “.

All the grandchildren love horses, too, and Anne quipped, “Sure when they started their riding life, I was the extra hand.”

(Originally Posted October 1, 2018 3AM PT; Updated Dec 4, 2019 9:40AM PT)

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