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JessRulz 01-06-2018 04:57 AM

Zara and Mike Tindall and Family Current Events 2: January 2018 -
 
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Welcome to Zara and Mike Tindall and Family's
Current Events, Part Two

Commencing January 6, 2018

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eya 01-07-2018 04:01 AM

Zara and Mike attend charity polo much on the Gold Coast

Zara Phillips Mike Tindall attend charity polo Gold Coast | Daily Mail Online

gagates 01-07-2018 04:46 AM

i think, the dark blue dress looked wonderful, one i would wear too

principessa 01-07-2018 09:34 AM

I guess she will give birth in April. Her belly is already big.

HereditaryPrincess 01-07-2018 04:48 PM

:previous: I agree, it does seem like it won't be long. She looks like she could already be six or perhaps in the early stages of 7 months to me.

sjetajiem 01-07-2018 05:10 PM

Well she has to fly back to the UK so it will certainly not be the seventh month of pregnancy

Pranter 01-07-2018 05:31 PM

I don't think she's in the last trimester.


LaRae

Princess Larisa 01-07-2018 05:50 PM

Zara is like me, gains pregnancy weight everywhere. But if you look just at her belly in profile shots, shes not that big compared to her pregnancy with Mia at 7 months. Id say shes about 5 months along, give or take a week.

HereditaryPrincess 01-07-2018 05:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sjetajiem (Post 2061110)
Well she has to fly back to the UK so it will certainly not be the seventh month of pregnancy



Well to be fair, Ive never been pregnant before so Im not very experienced on the weight front. I said she *could* be, so that doesnt mean she is. But youre right, shes not that far along.

Countessmeout 01-07-2018 06:18 PM

Second trimester, between 13-28 weeks is actually considered safest time to travel for pregnant women. Past morning sickness/danger zone of first trimester, not into the final press of third trimester yet.

If she was due mid April she would be about 25 weeks pregnant right now. She could easily fly home in the next week or so, and be safely in that time frame.

miss whirley 01-07-2018 06:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Princess Larisa (Post 2061125)
Zara is like me, gains pregnancy weight everywhere. But if you look just at her belly in profile shots, shes not that big compared to her pregnancy with Mia at 7 months. Id say shes about 5 months along, give or take a week.

I agree. I thought she carried large with Mia, and abdominal muscles are even weaker with subsequent pregnancies especially since she was pregnant less than 13 months ago. So it's no surprise to me that she's showing so much even though she might not be more than 4 or 5 months pregnant.

I put my prediction down for late May-early June.

AdmirerUS 01-07-2018 06:44 PM

At least one of the tabs reported that she was due after Kate and Wills are. But it was not re-reported/repeated by the other tabs. That usually means the reporting was questionable.

And I want to give :clap::clap::clap: to all of us those looked at the early holiday reporting from Australia and never said a word about possible pregnancy. It made me happy to be a forum member. We followed the rules, made kind choices and behaved civilly. YAY FOR US! :flowers:

Also, congrats to the happy family.

Countessmeout 01-07-2018 06:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AdmirerUS (Post 2061137)
At least one of the tabs reported that she was due after Kate and Wills are. But it was not re-reported/repeated by the other tabs. That usually means the reporting was questionable.

And I want to give :clap::clap::clap: to all of us those looked at the early holiday reporting from Australia and never said a word about possible pregnancy. It made me happy to be a forum member. We followed the rules, made kind choices and behaved civilly. YAY FOR US! :flowers:

Also, congrats to the happy family.

They are reporting she is due 3 months after Kate. 'Inside source' which means nothing. Some reporters cant simply wrap their head around a woman announcing a pregnancy at anything other then 3 month mark.

O-H Anglophile 01-08-2018 12:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AdmirerUS (Post 2061137)
And I want to give :clap::clap::clap: to all of us those looked at the early holiday reporting from Australia and never said a word about possible pregnancy. It made me happy to be a forum member. We followed the rules, made kind choices and behaved civilly. YAY FOR US! :flowers:

I was thinking the same--the moderators should be pleased with us.:smile:

CrownPrincessJava 01-08-2018 12:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AdmirerUS (Post 2061137)
At least one of the tabs reported that she was due after Kate and Wills are. But it was not re-reported/repeated by the other tabs. That usually means the reporting was questionable.

And I want to give :clap::clap::clap: to all of us those looked at the early holiday reporting from Australia and never said a word about possible pregnancy. It made me happy to be a forum member. We followed the rules, made kind choices and behaved civilly. YAY FOR US! :flowers:

Also, congrats to the happy family.

HIGH FIVE to you AdmirerUS!

eya 01-09-2018 02:40 AM

Another day family out at the Magic Millions Racing event on the Gold Coast

Zara and Mike Tindall attend racing event on Gold Coast | Daily Mail Online

Lady Nimue 01-09-2018 02:49 AM

:previous: It's boiling hot in Australia. :sad: I saw a news article that showed a highway's tarmac actually melting in 122'F/50'C heat. :sad: Ye gads! Poor wee Mia!

Iluvbertie 01-09-2018 03:20 AM

Australia is a huge country. While some parts have been having some warm days - over 40 - recently others have been having quite normal summer days in the 30s or high 20s.

The over 50s are in the outback - not along the coast - and it is quite normal out that way at this time of year.

For instance tomorrow's forecast temperatures for the capital cities - all on the coast except for Canberra are from 23 in Hobart up to 33 in Brisbane and Darwin while Jabiru in the NT is expecting 34.

Roads melting are quite normal in Australia as well at certain places - due to poorly laid roads by councils cutting costs.

The Gold Coast has been largely low to mid-30s which is perfectly normal and wonderful weather - not hot but pleasant.

One day this summer I may find it hot enough to think about putting on the air-conditioner but so far this year, in the western suburbs of Sydney where I now live, I have not found it hot enough to need it. It was 45 here on Sunday but was lovely in my home due to proper insulation.

Australia is a similar size to continental USA by the way with a large area of desert in the middle (around 60% of the country is desert) while the majority of the population live on the coastal fringes.

CrownPrincessJava 01-09-2018 04:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Iluvbertie (Post 2061381)
Australia is a huge country. While some parts have been having some warm days - over 40 - recently others have been having quite normal summer days in the 30s or high 20s.

The over 50s are in the outback - not along the coast - and it is quite normal out that way at this time of year.

For instance tomorrow's forecast temperatures for the capital cities - all on the coast except for Canberra are from 23 in Hobart up to 33 in Brisbane and Darwin while Jabiru in the NT is expecting 34.

Roads melting are quite normal in Australia as well at certain places - due to poorly laid roads by councils cutting costs.

The Gold Coast has been largely low to mid-30s which is perfectly normal and wonderful weather - not hot but pleasant.

One day this summer I may find it hot enough to think about putting on the air-conditioner but so far this year, in the western suburbs of Sydney where I now live, I have not found it hot enough to need it. It was 45 here on Sunday but was lovely in my home due to proper insulation.

Australia is a similar size to continental USA by the way with a large area of desert in the middle (around 60% of the country is desert) while the majority of the population live on the coastal fringes.

Don't forget railway lines buckling too! And no aircon on Sunday?!! :ohmy::ohmy:

We had 43 degrees in Adelaide on Saturday, but it's a dry heat. We have evapoartive aircon and that is all that is needed for 99.9% of the time. Humidity is a different story....

Glad to see Zara and family enjoying themselves

iceflower 01-09-2018 07:17 AM

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Later today Zara and Mike attended the Moet Magic Millions launch party at Surfers Paradise Beach on the Gold Coast:


** dailymail: She's blooming! Mother-to-be Zara Tindall looks radiant as she shows off a hint of her baby bump in an orange dress..**


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