Zara Tindall getting deliveries 'everyday' in lockdown, says husband Mike

Zara and Mike Tindall at Royal Ascot in 2015. (WireImage)
Zara Tindall's husband announced that she received deliveries "every day" when she proved that her competitive streak was not limited to races by participating in an art fundraiser.
39-year-old Zara painted her former top horse, Toytown, to raise money for the NHS in April as part of a relief effort by riders.
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When Royal Ascot was launched behind closed doors, she admitted to ITV's Oli Bell that she was not happy that his artwork had struggled when her contributions were judged as part of Equestrian Relief.
She said: "It was a big challenge. Everyone really got involved, it was something we could really get involved in and try to do our part for the NHS.
"Unfortunately, you beat me in the art final, but it was incredible and we managed to raise over £ 250,000 for the NHS."
Zara and her husband, former English rugby player Mike Tindall, all dressed up to see Royal Ascot from home when the event, which happened due to the pandemic without spectators.
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Mike, 41, also revealed the extent of Zara's hobby and said, "It definitely took her life, I won't tell you how disappointed she was when you hit her.
"Every day there is a new supply of art objects and a different way of getting this painting right. It definitely did everything.
"She was a little disappointed that she didn't win."
Zara's painting of Toytown, which accompanied her to a World Equestrian Games victory in 2006, fetched £ 5,700 in an online auction, while Bell's painting that won brought in £ 2,650.
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Mike admitted that he was delighted that the suspension had prevented one of his charity efforts - when he revealed that he should be cycling in the Alps for a six-day bike ride in late June.
Instead of an 800 km trip, he will do a local bike tour of 137 km, although he also has to involve a lot of climbing.
Zara and Mike live on the Gatcombe estate in Gloucestershire, near Zara's mother Princess Anne and her brother Peter Philips.
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Zara is an Olympic champion and recently announced that she is happy to have her horses locked down.
Her grandmother, the Queen, will also miss Royal Ascot this year. It is the first time in her 68-year reign that she did not take part in the racing event.
Nevertheless, she wrote a letter for the racing cards and wished the participants a unique and entertaining meeting.

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