Mike is now speaking out about the services and revealing what was “eerie” about the day.
Click inside to see what Mike Tindall shared…
“It’s been a difficult ten days,” Mike said his The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast. “If I look back on the day, as eerie as it was with no crowds and social distancing, and the way everything was, I think it was the perfect day, how he would have liked it, if that makes sense whatsoever. No fuss, get on with it.”
“My love for the Queen was even better,” Mike added. “She was sat there completely on her own, separated herself in terms of, this is what the world is right now and I’m gonna lead by example. And she’s amazing, literally amazing.”
He added, “It could have been his hat on his carriage that he rides, his gloves, or the hat on his coffin and the sword, the bugle, the piper, there were a lot of things that brought home memories. It was a sad day, but I think it was very well-run. He was very well looked after and hopefully he’s looking down and he was happy with the day.”
If you missed it, find out why the royal family walked home – and ditched their waiting cars – after the service.
See photos of Zara and Mike Tindall at the service…