ZARA TINDALL’S husband Mike Tindall accidentally revealed a surprising photo of his wife on his phone this week.
Mike provided a very rare glimpse of Zara on his phone while he was in Japan filming a show. The photo was one he was using as a wallpaper on his smartphone.
The former rugby union player was out filming in Japan ahead of the rugby World Cup where he was filming for a video series on YouTube called House of Rugby.
Mike left his wife Zara, who is the daughter of the Queen’s sister Princess Anne, in October.
He also left behind his two daughters, Mia, five and Lena, one.
But Zara decided to join her husband last week in Tokyo as she made an appearance at an Olympics event.
During his trip, Mike met up with former teammate James Haskell.
Mr Haskell documented their travels across the country in a video blog.
When the former rugby star decided to check his phone for the time, an adorable photo appeared on the screen of Zara with their daughter Mia.
He said: “So we started walking at 10.30am.
“It is now 1.42pm!
“A three hour walk!”
The two men were complaining about how much walking they had been doing around Japan.
The photo shows Zara sitting on Mike’s lap and Mia sitting on Zara’s lap while they laugh at the camera.
It comes as Mike recently shared a heartwarming photo on Instagram recently which was a trip down “memory lane”.
Mike recently joined Instagram and has managed to garner an impressive 16,000 followers.
Unlike other members of the Royal Family, Mike shares more candid photos on social media which include selfies and pictures of food.
He has also managed to post 33 times since he joined Instagram in September.
The photo was of him and his old England rugby teammates on the social media site with a heartwarming caption.
The post read: “Great walk down memory lane of 16 years ago with these guys for BBC 5 Live.
“Massive week for this current bunch hopefully next week they will be reflecting on a fantastic win.”
Unfortunately, England were defeated by South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final.
Diary of Japan episode two can be found on YouTube under Mr Haskell’s account.
He is an English former rugby union player who played for Wasps RFC and Northampton Saints in the Aviva Premiership, and internationally for England.