Mike Tindall may be a 6ft 2in rugby star, but according to England rugby union captain LEWIS MOODY, it is his wife-to-be Zara Phillips that wears the trousers. Mike Tindall is to marry Zara Phillips, the Queen's Grand-Daughter, this afternoon (30th July) in Edinburgh, and Moody revealed that Tindall has been banned from Rugby training in the lead-up to the big day, the Mirror has reported. Speaking at a fund-raiser in aid of HopeHIV on Thursday, Moody claimed: "Mike didn't play today - he's afraid he's going to get a black eye for the wedding. The missus is in charge." He also said that most of the England team will be in attendance, adding: "There'll be loads of us going to the wedding."
As well as stars from the sporting world, most of the Royal Family will be in attendance, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, PRINCESS EUGENIE and Princess Beatrice. The bride-to-be Zara Phillips, an equestrian world champion and BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2006, will wear a stunning Stewart Parvin ivory dress at the wedding, and the reception will be held Holyrood House, one of the Queen's residences. Last night, the couple held a pre-wedding party on the Royal Yacht Britannia, moored in nearby Leith, which was attended by Prince William and Kate Middleton.