Mike Tindall is gearing up for a fun family Easter with his wife Zara and their children.
The couple, who have been married since 2011, enjoy nothing more than spending time outdoors with their young brood: Mia, nine, Lena, four, and little Lucas, who recently turned two. See the couple's sweet love story here...
And it seems Mike has the perfect solution to keep them entertained this school holiday.
The 44-year-old took to Instagram this week to share an insight into his plans – although it came with a warning to his followers.
Mike shared a video filmed on the Salisbury Plains. He wrote in the caption: "I love the great outdoors and will be making the most of the beautiful British countryside this Easter.
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"If, like me, you're planning some time out and about with the family over the coming weeks, make sure to follow the MOD's guidance to keep yourselves and your loved ones safe."
The sportstar explained: "I had no idea so much military training estate was accessible to the public. It was a real eye-opener to spend a day with the Armed Forces to see first-hand how quickly the land can change from calm to combat, suddenly posing huge safety risks to anyone passing through. It's vital everyone – from locals to holidaymakers – visiting these sites know how and when to access military land safely.
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"To ensure the public stay safe and protected while using military land, the MOD is encouraging visitors to: Always check training and live firing times before they travel. Stick to public access paths. Observe safety information including red flags, fences, signs and by-laws while on military land."
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Mike and Zara are hands-on parents who have encouraged their children to enjoy pursuits in the great outdoors. Mike famously played rugby for the England rugby team, and is a keen golfer, as well as a prolific fundraiser for a number of sporting charities.
Zara, meanwhile, inherited her mother Princess Anne's love of all things equestrian. The 41-year-old won a silver medal in Eventing at the 2012 Olympics and continues to compete in numerous horse trials.
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