Queen Elizabeth II’s 10th great-grandchild was born

There’s another addition to the royal family. Elizabeth’s granddaughter by her only daughter Zara Tindall gave birth to a son. This was announced by her husband, the famous rugby player Mike Tindall. It is known that the birth took place at home, as the woman simply did not have time to get to the hospital. She was assisted by a visiting midwife.

For the queen’s granddaughter, the newborn became the third child, and the family already has two girls. Earlier, Mike Tindall reported that he prays for a boy to be born, although, of course, he will love any child. In anticipation of the addition of the family came up with an unusual universal name for him, which should be suitable for both a boy and a girl-Covey or Covina. And they dedicated it to the coronavirus pandemic since it was during this period that the child was conceived.

“I want a boy to be born this time: I already have two girls. But in any case, I will love the child, whether it is a boy or a girl. But please, let it be a boy! We have not yet decided on a name: Covi or Covina, “ the father of many children shared earlier.

By the way, the queen herself likes unusual names. Recently, she has two new puppies of her favorite breed — corgi. One of them Elizabeth named after her late uncle — Fergus and the other was named Mick, after the lake in Scotland, where the royal family likes to arrange picnics.

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