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Mike Tindall Jokes About Staying in His ‘Safe Zone’ While Dancing in His Seat at King Charles III’s Coronation Concert

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Dancing all night long! Mike Tindall joined his wife, Zara Tindall (née Phillips), at her uncle King Charles III’s coronation concert, where they had a blast grooving to the performances.“It’s very difficult when you’re on a raised platform that’s under a lot of lights, I felt I didn’t really put my best foot forward in terms of [my dancing],” the former rugby player, 44, quipped during a Friday, May 12, appearance on Good Morning Britain. “If you started doing interesting dance maneuvers on that platform next to the king, I’m not entirely sure it would have gone down that well!”He added: “As Hitch once said in the [Will Smith] movie, ‘You’ve got to stay in your safe zone’ and my flag waving, I tried to do the best flag waving out there.”Mike — who married Princess Anne’s daughter, 41, in December 2010 — accompanied his in-laws at the king’s Coronation Weekend events.

The Tindalls, who share three children, were first spotted attending a late-night dinner with other members of the royal family on May 5.“It was quite nice to have a date night,” the former outside center gushed on Friday. “You know, when you have three children, it’s not the easiest to get out and just have a drink together, so it was quite nice to have a little bit of a time where we could go out and have a drink and have a chat.

It was quite nice.”The pair’s date night lasted into the early hours of the morning, shortly before they were set to attend the 74-year-old king’s Saturday, May 6, crowning ceremony at Westminster Abbey.In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies“Adil [Ray], never worry about what’s tomorrow, enjoy the moment and you can deal with the next day later,” Mike joked to the GMB presenter, defending their outing.The “The

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