Zara Tindall opens up about the struggle of ‘juggling’ career and kids

Zara Tindall has opened up in a candid interview about the struggles of motherhood and “juggling” having career alongside looking after her kids.

Zara, 41, admitted to her motherhood struggles in an interview with Di Stewart, on IMG Golf's Opinion Matters podcast.

The mum of three discussed how hectic her schedule was and said there is a lot of “juggling” that goes into managing her life.

The daughter of Princess Anne said: “I think trying to fit everything in can be a real struggle… I don't think it's just me but what you do find hard as a mother with kids [is] trying to make sure that you spend the right amount of time and quality time with the kids as well as have a career and fit everything in around it is something that you think about every day.”

Zara shares her three children, nine year old Mia, Four year old Lena and her baby Lucas, with former England rugby captain, Mike Tindall.

The proud father and husband also recently opened up about Zara’s struggles and said that the royal “punishes herself” because she goes to work and doesn’t want to leave her children.

He went on to say: “Her passion her compassion, her dedication I think they are the foundations of any great mother, it's just born in."

Being a couple of keen golfers, Zara also spoke about the “golf room” that her and Mike have in their home which includes their very own golf simulator.

Zara revealed: “Lucas knows exactly where the 'golf room' is, Mike built himself a cave, he's got a simulator. He probably doesn't spend as much time as he likes in there, but actually, I'm not that keen on the simulator.”

Zara’s candid interview comes as the royals prepare for a jam-packed weekend ahead of the King's coronation.

The 74 year old monarch will be officially crowned alongside Queen Consort Camilla at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, 6 May – with excitement across the country building and preparations continuing.

It will be the first British Coronation of the 21st century – and the first in 70 years – since the King’s mother Queen Elizabeth II was officially crowned on 2 June, 1953.

Buckingham Palace said Charles' big day would reflect the monarch’s role today and looking towards the future – while being rooted in long standing traditions and pageantry of the past.

Across the weekend, people from around the UK will be coming together to celebrate the historic occasion


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