Title: Mike Tindall’s Playful Nickname for Prince William Revealed in Podcast Interview
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In a recent episode of the Seven: Rob Burrow podcast, former England rugby player Mike Tindall dished out some lighthearted revelations about his relationship with Prince William. Tindall affectionately referred to the Duke of Cambridge as ‘One Pint Willy’ due to his infamous drinking habits. This amusing nickname has reportedly become a source of amusement among the members of the royal family.
During the podcast, Tindall, who is married to Zara Tindall, Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter, shared some insights about their own playful pet names for each other. Apparently, Zara lovingly calls her husband ‘munchkin’ and ‘Mikey’. The couple’s humorous dynamic adds a delightful touch to their relationship.
The Seven podcast series, hosted by Mike Tindall, aims to feature inspirational stories from sports legends. Apart from this, Tindall is also known for his own podcast, The Good, The Bad & The Rugby, which he co-hosts alongside James Haskell and Alex Payne.
In a special episode of their podcast recorded at Windsor Castle, Tindall, Haskell, and Payne had the privilege of interviewing Prince William, alongside Kate Middleton and Princess Anne. This unique opportunity allowed them to uncover some fun facts about the royal family. Mike Tindall even shared a humorous anecdote about Kate Middleton’s competitive nature during the interview.
Recently, Zara and Mike Tindall were seen leaving the royal family’s Christmas lunch, hosted by King Charles and Queen Camilla. However, their festive celebrations are set to continue as they are expected to spend Christmas next week at Sandringham, joining other members of the royal family for the traditional festivities.
As Mike Tindall’s revelations continue to captivate listeners, it seems his witty and candid insights have added a fresh and entertaining twist to the royal narrative. We look forward to hearing more amusing anecdotes from Tindall and his co-hosts in the future.
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