Zara Tindall diet: The TWO food types Zara avoids – and her favourite breakfast


ZARA Tindall tends to keep a low profile in comparison to other royals, but the Queen’s granddaughter has let slip the two foods she avoids.

Despite her royal pedigree and access to a range of foods, Zara’s diet seems pretty normal.

Zara like her mother Princess Anne is considered to be among the most down to earth members of the royal family.

In an interview with the Sunday Times Magazine, Zara gave a tantalising glimpse into her daily routine.

She said she would start the day at 7am with a simple breakfast of Greek yoghurt and honey.

Picture of Zara and Mike Tindall

Zara Tindall diet: Mike Tindall previously told the Guardian Zara is “an awesome cook” (Image: GETTY)

Picture of Zara Tindall handing her daughter an ice cream

Zara Tindall diet: Zara and Mike have three children together (Image: GETTY)

Then she tries to squeeze in a quick spin on her exercise bike at home before her kids wake up.

Lunch much like Zara’s breakfast isn’t too fussy.

She said: “Lunch is quick and simple, like soup and a sandwich or eggs and toast.”

Despite being an Olympic athlete it seems Zara isn’t too keen on diets.

Picture of Zara with her daughter Lena
Zara Tindall diet: Dinner appears to be a home-cooked affair in the Tindall household (Image: GETTY)

But there are two foods she avoids to keep herself on top form for the equestrian events she still competes in.

She said: “I don’t diet but I try to eat well and not to eat too many carbohydrates or sugary things.”

Dinner appears to be a home-cooked affair as her husband Mike Tindall previously told the Guardian Zara is “an awesome cook.”

He said: “Zara does all the cooking in the house, She’s an awesome cook.”

Picture of Mike Tindall's home cooked meal

Zara Tindall diet: Mike Tindall shared a snap of a meal he made for his family on his Instagram page (Image: Mike Tindall)

“She doesn’t have a speciality, she’s very good generally and can do a lot of fancy stuff.”

According to Mike, lamb cutlets, lasagne and steak are among his wife’s go-to dinner options.

He said: She does lamb cutlets with a pea-minty-mushroomy thingy which is nice.

“She does steak in bean and tomato, which is difficult to describe but is very good.”

It seems the Tindalls have been enjoying cooking together as a family over lockdown.

The former England rugby player used a meal-making kit from the London restaurant Mac & Wild to create some mouth-watering cheeseburgers.

He tweeted: “Trying the @macandwild build yours at home and pretty happy with how they look!!! Get in my belly!!”

He added a photo to the tweet showing four professional-looking burgers, no doubt one for each of the Tindall tribe.

Zara and Mike have three children together, Mia, aged seven, Lena, aged three, and a six-month-old baby Lucas.


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