Zara Tindall's modern take on the traditional 'something blue' worn by a bride on her wedding day has been revealed.
The royal, 41, married former rugby star and I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 2022 contestant Mike Tindall, 44, in Scotland in 2011 after eight years of dating. Zara wore a white, fairy tale dress by Stewart Parvin but added a pop of colour elsewhere.
The Olympian painted her toenails electric blue for the big day, keeping her 'something blue' concealed in her wedding shoes but revealed them to The Sunday Times journalist in a pair of Havaiana flip-flops during an interview conducted two days after the nuptials.
She told the newspaper: “I got married with them this colour. It was my ‘something blue’.”
For her 'something borrowed', Princess Anne's daughter wore her mother's tiara, the 'something old' were a pair of diamond earrings and the 'something new' was her dress.
She added: "It’s quite weird being called Mrs Tindall, and having to wear a ring. I don’t usually wear rings. It took a long time to get used to. I love it, but it was weird.”
The professional equestrian, who has represented Great Britain in the Olympics, met the former sportsman during the Rugby World Cup in Sydney in 2003.
They are currently back in Australia after the ex-rugby star's appearance on the latest series of I'm A Celebrity.
During the ITV show's finale last night he placed fourth and the Tindalls were seen embracing as they were reunited on screen.
The couple have three children, daughter Mia, eight, daughter Lena, four, and son Lucas, one, and live in rural Gloucestershire.
It comes after the late Queen's granddaughter revealed last week that their children were "needing papa hugs" in an emotional letter read out during one episode.
Tindall, who previously played for England, finished behind Matt Hancock, runner-up Owen Warner and winner Jill Scott.
Watch: Jill Scott gets hug from Zara Tindall after I'm A Celebrity victory