Zara Phillips, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, appeared all smiles as she and husband Mike Tindall left the England rugby team's hotel ahead of their World Cup game against Romania this weekend, reports the UK's Daily Mirror.
Phillips travelled to New Zealand and met with husband Mike for the first time since he was captured on Cctv apparently hugging and kissing a woman in a bar. The England team players were heavily criticised for their antics, considering they are looking to win back the trophy they last lifted in 2003. Although reports suggested Zara was ready to confront Tindall over the surveillance footage, she appeared relaxed and smiley at the Southern Cross Hotel in Dunedin this morning. The couple, who married in Edinburgh less than two months ago, had breakfast together and showed no signs of tension following Tindall's antics in Queenstown. In response to a barrage of questions at a recent press conference, the England star noted, "You just get on and train" - he was left out of the team's victory over Georgia on Sunday (18th September 2011).
A bouncer working at the bar in Queenstown has appeared in court in connection with the leaking of the Cctv images. He is being charged with accessing a computer system for dishonest purposes.