Since welcoming her second child Lena in June, Zara Tindall has kept her newborn daughter out of the public eye – until now. The newest member of the Royal Family stars alongside her mother and the family’s pet Labrador in a new video campaign for the British stroller brand iCandy. And while the three-month-old is hidden inside the stroller for most of the footage, she does make a short appearance when her proud mom lifts her out for a cuddle.
The campaign, which was filmed on the grounds of Zara's home in Glouchestershire, shows off the two most important aspects of her life: her role as a mother and job as an equestrian. And according to the mom of two, iCandy’s iconic stroller is the perfect complement to both.
"I always use the best equipment in competing and it definitely applies for the children and having the best for the baby," explained the royal, adding, "The iCandy for Land Rover works incredibly well for us and fits into our lifestyle across all-terrains, it is light and accessible. It is a fantastic addition for our family."
Zara and Mike Tindall's eldest daughter Mia is not featured in the campaign, but is a staple at all of her mother's riding competitions. The Queen's great-grandchild, who recently started school, is often pictured clowning around the sidelines with her cousins, Savannah and Isla Phillips and Prince George, taking her dog for a walk and enjoying ice cream treats with her grandmother, Princess Anne.
Shortly after Lena's birth, former rugby star Mike opened up to HELLO! about his expanding family and revealed how Mia is adjusting to being a big sister. “[Mia] is very happy to be a big sister, she is happy about that," he said, adding that thoughtful friends and family were helping with the transition. “We are lucky that people that have sent Lena a present have also thought about Mia, so she is getting stuff to open as well.”