The royal wedding is less than four months away but guests are still waiting for their invitations.
Mike Tindall, 39, revealed he and wife Zara, 36, are still waiting for the formal invite from her cousin Prince Harry, 33, and his fiancee Meghan Markle, 36.
Joking about the delay, former England rugby captain Tindall said it hadn’t stopped them from making plans to be at the ceremony, which will take place at Windsor Castle on May 19.
Mike Tindall revealed he and wife Zara are still waiting for the formal invite from her cousin Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle. Pictured, Mike and Zara with daughter Mia, four
Harry and Meghan, pictured last November, will tie the knot at Windsor Castle on May 19
Speaking in an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Mike jokingly said: ‘We will be going to Harry’s and Eugenie’s weddings – well I think so, we haven’t been invited yet though.’
Mike also hinted he was part of a royal WhatsApp group with Zara’s cousins Prince William and Prince Harry.
He said: ‘Me, my brother and then a few of Zara’s side like her brother Pete [Phillips] and the cousins are on WhatsApp groups. I wouldn’t say we’re cutting edge, but it’s just easier for some reason on WhatsApp.’
Mike, who is father to four-year-old Mia Grace, said that while they were looking forward to the two royal weddings their focus is on the arrival of their second child.
Mike said he and Zara are also planning on attending the wedding of her cousin Princess Eugenie, pictured, who announced her engagement to boyfriend Jack Brooksbank last week
The Tindalls, who tied the knot in Edinburgh in 2011, announced they were expecting a baby earlier this month.
The baby will be born in the summer, about three months after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third child is due, sources claim.
The news came just over a year after Zara and Tindall suffered the heartache of a miscarriage.
Despite the excitement of two royal weddings, former England rugby captain Mike said the family’s focus was very much on the arrival of their second child this summer
At the end of November 2016 the couple said they were expecting a brother or sister for three-year-old Mia, but almost a month later, on Christmas Eve, they announced Zara had lost the baby.
It is believed she was around four months pregnant at the time. As a result, she missed the Royal Family’s annual celebrations at Sandringham.
Zara, 36, has not spoken publicly about the tragedy but former England rugby captain Tindall, 39, later said: ‘One thing you do learn is how many other people have to go through the same thing.
‘The saving grace for us has been Mia. However down we feel, she will come running up in our faces.’