Princess Anne’s body language shows she gave ‘freedom’ to ‘passionate’ Zara Tindall

Zara Tindall sums up Princess Anne in ‘three words’

Princess Anne has been a working member of the Royal Family since she was 18-years-old. While she holds a senior role in the family, her children, Zara Tindall, 39, and Peter Phillips, 43, do not.

When they were born, they were not given official Her Royal Highness titles.

Because of this, the Queen’s eldest grandchildren have had more privacy than their royal relatives.

Instead of working in the monarchy, Zara has been an equestrian and Olympian.

Zara only attends certain royal events and mostly enjoys a private life.

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Judi explained this is very different to what is done by her mother and grandmother.

The expert said: “The Queen gave her daughter the gift (and possible curse) of royalty, while Anne gave her own daughter the gift of freedom by removing it.

“Both the Queen and Anne have been governed by royal duty and it’s very likely that Zara symbolises the women they would have been without their titles.

“While the Queen and Anne are both passionate horse-riders, it was Zara who could turn that passion into a long-term career without time-outs caused by royal duties.”

The expert suggested Zara has very similar interests to Princess Anne and the Queen.

She added: “All three women share similar traits of upbeat stoicism and a mutual adoration of horses.”

Their shared interest in horse riding means Zara has been spotted most often at races such as Royal Ascot.

When they have been spotted together, body language expert Darren Stanton added that they have a close mother and daughter relationship.

He told Express.co.uk: “One picture shows Princess Anne flashing a genuine smile.

“The emotion that the human face demonstrates most of all is a smile. We smile from when we are anxious to when we are embarrassed.

“But in this picture, the whole face is engaged and clearly the two are enjoying the moment.”

The expert suggested that, while they clearly get on, the royals may appear reserved when together in public.

This could be as their meetings have been so public, Princess Anne may be aware who is around her.

He said: “In one really interesting picture Princess Anne is not making eye contact with Zara.

“Her position is very rigid and stoic. I do not feel there is a great deal of rapport happening here.

“Princess Anne may be aware that the press are watching and therefore very cautious of the gestures and behaviour she gives off.”

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