Introducing… the Tindalls: Are Zara and Mike the New Harry and Meghan?

Introducing... The tindalls: are zara and mike the new harry and meghan?

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‘Introducing… the Tindalls: Are Zara and Mike the New Harry and Meghan?’

Zara is the late Queen Elizabeth II’s oldest granddaughter, and Mike has become a household name since appearing on I’m a Celeb. Who is this celebrity couple?

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