Zara Tindall and Mike Tindall recently celebrated their wedding anniversary, and they allegedly made sure that it would be with a bang.

In its August 2 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that the couple decided to renew their vows on their recent anniversary. And Queen Elizabeth allegedly had her hand on it.

A source claimed that the queen offered Frogmore House in Windsor Castle to the couple as the venue of their second wedding. However, the Tindalls wanted a simpler celebration at Gatcombe.

Still, the couple invited several of their family and friends to attend their special day. And their three kids were also there.

“They spoke of their wish to the queen, who was all for it. Goodness knows the family needs something to celebrate after the past few months. It’s a chance for them all to gather unofficial as a family after months of duress, including the loss of Prince Philip and feuds among several family members,” the source said.

Meanwhile, the insider alleged that Mike and Zara felt that this year is the perfect time for them to renew their vows because the arrival of their son, Lucas completed their happy family.

Also, the couple has been through a lot over the past couple of years before Zara suffered pregnancy losses.

Prior to their vow renewal, the Tindalls have already been spending more time with each other.

“They’ve been going on date nights, whether it’s to the local pub for a pint or to Wimbledon and the Euro final. They’re at a great point in their lives and having a lot of fun together. He still dotes on her 10 years later, even while helping care for his sick father,” the source said.

While it is true that the Tindalls recently celebrated their anniversary, it is not true that the couple renewed their wedding vows.

There is also no proof that the queen offered to lend Frogmore Cottage to her granddaughter.

The only accurate information from the tabloid was that the Tindalls have been through a lot over the years. But they still stayed with each other.

According to Cosmopolitan, Zara suffered her first miscarriage in 2019, which was three years after the birth of her eldest child, Mia.

“Very sadly, Zara and Mike Tindall have lost their baby. At this difficult time, we ask that eve