Zara Tindall shares relatable thoughts on being a parent

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As the daughter of Princess Anne, Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter, Zara Tindall is truly a royal. And as a member of the royal family, it makes sense that her life might seem different from everyone else's. However, a recent comment from Tindall is a perfect reminder that parenting really is universal.

Although we have seen other members of the royal family in action as parents, that doesn't always mean that we find them to be relatable. And even seeing the Princess of Wales bringing her children to school or even correcting them in public when they act out is not enough for us to really feel like the royals understand the common person.

However, there is something about Zara Tindall that we have always appreciated. She has always seemed a bit more down to Earth and even relatable. And as a parent to three young children, she understands being busy and struggling to find time for solo time with your partner.

Zara Tindall shared a relatable thought on parenting while competing at the Bramham Horse Trials

According to People Magazine, when asked about her family coming to the Bramham Horse Trials to see her compete, Tindall shared, "Sometimes the family comes up, but it depends on how busy everyone is. With three little people, it's juggling everything."

It makes perfect sense that as a mother of three young children, Zara Tindall would find it a bit of a struggle to get things organized enough to have the family join her at her events. And her husband has also said similar things recently, even saying on a morning show appearance that, "sometimes when you've got three children, it's not always the easiest to get out and just have a drink together."

Honestly, we love how relatable the Tindalls seem to be when it comes to not only their children, but also finding time for each other. They may be members of the royal family, but it is clear that they understand juggling family and outside responsibilities.

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