A lip reader has claimed to uncover a brutal comment made by Zara Tindall to Prince Harry in which she ruthlessly insulted his wedding. Despite the claims made in Harry’s new book, the Royal Family are typically known to be a close-knit bunch, open to amusing jibes and criticism – but the comment allegedly made by Ms Tindall during Princess Eugenie’s wedding may have overstepped the line.
According to the Mirror, a lip-reader has analysed a moment at which Eugenie’s cousin turned to Harry and Meghan to compare their wedding with the one they were attending in 2018. Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank took place at the same location as that of Prince Harry and Meghan – in St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
Hundreds of guests attended, including Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss and popstars Ricky Martin and Ellie Goulding. But naturally the best seats in the house were for Eugenie’s beloved cousins, including Zara and her husband Mike and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The lipreader revealed the quip they believe Zara made to Harry just before the ceremony began.
Leaning back to say a few words to her cousin, the lip reader claims Zara told the Prince: “It’s very quiet compared to the screaming at your wedding.”
Looking confused, Harry appears to have responded, “Mine?”
While both weddings did take place at the same venue, the events were largely very different occasions. Prince Andrew remarked at the time that his daughter had more guests at her wedding because she had “so many friends”.
However, Eugenie is said to have been upset on her wedding day, as Meghan used to occasion to tell members of the family she was pregnant.
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Since marrying in 2018, the Eugenie and Jack have welcomed their first child – a son called August Philip, who is almost two. They now split their time between London and Portugal.
In a sweet moment in a documentary that aired in late 2021, honouring Eugenie’s late grandfather Prince Philip, she revealed young August got to meet his great-grandfather shortly before his death.
August was born on February 9, 2021, and holding back the tears, Eugenie explained: “We named August, August Philip because grandpa has been such a huge, inspiring character in my life. We were very lucky to do that.”