Golfing royalty! Zara and Mike Tindall mingle with celebs as they pose on the putting green at former rugby star’s annual charity fundraiser 

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  • Zara and Mike Tindall mingled with celebrities at a charity golfing event today
  • Queen’s granddaughter appeared in high spirits while jovially posing with guests
  • Celebs including Denise Van Outen and Brian McFadden attended fundraiser
  • Mum-of-three appeared loved-up as she put on affectionate display with Mike

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Zara and Mike Tindall appeared in high spirits as they showed off their putting skills during the rugby ace’s star-studded charity golf day today.

The Queen’s granddaughter and her husband appeared in jovial spirits as they stepped out for Mike’s annual charity fundraiser at The Belfry Golf Club in Sutton Coldfield.

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The pair were joined by Zara’s brother Peter Phillips, the eldest son of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, and other celebrities including Denise Van Outen, Brian McFadden and BBC presenter Dan Walker.

Zara, 40, appeared in a cheery mood as she was seen sharing a friendly hug with former Westlife member Brian before lovingly posing with her husband on the golf course.

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Zara and Mike Tindall appeared in high spirits as they showed off their putting skills during the rugby ace’s star-studded charity golf day today

The Queen's granddaughter and her husband appeared in jovial spirits as they stepped out for Mike's annual charity fundraiser at The Belfry Golf Club in Sutton Coldfield

The Queen’s granddaughter and her husband appeared in jovial spirits as they stepped out for Mike’s annual charity fundraiser at The Belfry Golf Club in Sutton Coldfield

Zara, 40, appeared in a cheery mood as she was seen sharing a friendly hug with former Westlife member Brian McFadden

Zara, 40, appeared in a cheery mood as she was seen sharing a friendly hug with former Westlife member Brian McFadden

The royal sported a red hoodie and white leggings with her hair tucked underneath a black golf cap, while Mike, 43, donned a pair of very loud shorts decorated with neon bottles.

Mike’s ISPS Handa Mike Tindall Celebrity Golf Classic 2022 aims to raise money for Cure Parkinson’s and the Matt Hampson Foundation.

The rugby star, who has children Mia, Lena and Lucas, with Zara, hosts the event annually – last year raising an astonishing £190,000 in total.

Mike, who won 75 caps for England between 2000 and 2011, appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning from The Belfry, where he gave an update on the Queen.

The royal sported a red hoodie and white leggings with her hair tucked underneath a black golf cap, while Mike, 43, donned a pair of very loud shorts decorated with neon bottles

The royal sported a red hoodie and white leggings with her hair tucked underneath a black golf cap, while Mike, 43, donned a pair of very loud shorts decorated with neon bottles

The Queen's granddaughter showed off her impressive golf swing at the event

The Queen's granddaughter was joined by her brother Peter Phillips, the eldest son of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips

The Queen’s granddaughter was joined by her brother Peter Phillips, the eldest son of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, as she showed off her impressive golf swing at the event

Discussing the upcoming Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which will kick-off on Thursday, June 2, he said he was ‘looking forward to [them]’, adding that he had no specific role to play in the festivities.

Speaking about her Majesty, the father-of-three added: ‘I think the Queen is an unbelievable lady…I think people think she’s invincible sometimes, but you have to remember she’s a 96-year-old at the end of the day.

‘She’s incredible at what she’s done over her lifetime and I can’t wait to celebrate that.’

He also addressed speculation that the Queen’s great grandchildren may make a special appearance ahead of the celebrations to mark the monarch’s milestone.

Denise Van Outen was seen cheering as she leant out of a moving gold buggy at Mike Tindall's celebrity golf day today

Denise Van Outen was seen cheering as she leant out of a moving gold buggy at Mike Tindall’s celebrity golf day today

Denise Van Outen attending the ISPS Handa Mike Tindall Celebrity Golf Classic 2022

BBC presenter Dan Walker attending the ISPS Handa Mike Tindall Celebrity Golf Classic 2022

Denise Van Outen and BBC presenter Dan Walker were among the celebrities attending the ISPS Handa Mike Tindall Celebrity Golf Classic 2022

But Mike did not confirm or deny the speculation when GMB host Ben Sheppard asked about his daughters’ role.

He said: ‘I’m not entirely sure how true that is. I don’t know what their role is generally. If you know, can you tell me please?’

Ben Shephard probed further, saying: ‘We’re led to believe all the great grandkids will be in a coach together at some point, arriving at the Jubilee celebrations.

Mike responded: ‘I think someone took a photo of something we were doing privately and they’ve put two and two together and got seven. So I’m not entirely sure it’s true, but we’ll wait and see.’

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