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Mike Tindall unveils living room at Gloucestershire home with wife Zara

The couple live on the Gatcombe Park estate

Bridie Wilkins

Mike Tindall lives on the Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire with his wife Zara and their daughters Mia and Lena and on Tuesday, he unveiled the property's living room for the first time. The retired England rugby player joined Lorraine on Good Morning Britain for a television interview to discuss his cycling challenge to raise money for The Cure Parkinson's Trust, and did so via video link from the room while the coronavirus pandemic continues and he is unable to visit the studio.

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It's decorated with cream walls and features several framed photos of their dogs, as well as one of the estate on the wall behind him. Mike sat on a brown leather desk chair, and there are also two brown armchairs furnished with red and brown tartan cushions. Next to one, there is a circular glass side table and a glossy black desk lamp with a cream shade, and a white wooden shelving unit which matches the white panelled door. The room also has an industrial style black radiator.

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Mike Tindall joined Good Morning Britain from his living room

The family tends to keep the home as private as possible, but Mike also unveiled a glimpse inside their home office when he joined another virtual interview during the COVID-19 crisis as he recommended films to watch during isolation alongside James Haskell and Alex Payne. It features cream wooden cabinets which hold several framed photographs including more of their dogs and a portrait of their two daughters. There also seems to be a collection of golf balls on one shelf.

The Gatcombe Park estate is also home to Princess Anne and Zara's brother Peter Phillips. The Princess Royal lives in a Grade-II listed building that was originally bought for her by the Queen as a wedding present when she married Captain Mark Phillips in 1977, and she now shares the residence with her second husband Timothy Laurence. 

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