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Princess Anne’s Daughter, Zara Tindall, Is Said To Be “Shaken To The Core” After Her Mother’s Recent Accident

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Princess Anne’s Daughter, Zara Tindall, Is Said To Be “Shaken To The Core” After Her Mother’s Recent Accident

Before the grandmother was forced to miss time due to an injury sustained while riding a horse, Princess Anne’s daughter was reportedly concerned about the royal’s workload.

The 73-year-old suffered a concussion and mild injuries following an incident on the Gatcombe Park estate in southwest England, the palace revealed on June 24. Her head injuries, according to her medical staff, were consistent with being struck by a horse’s head or legs.

Anne reportedly experienced transient memory loss. Fox News Digital requested a statement from Buckingham Palace.

Princess Anne and Zara Tindall appeared serious and were dressed in black.

“The author of “The King,” Christopher Andersen, asserted to Fox News Digital, “for the last several years, Zara Tindall has been worried that the palace has been relying too heavily on her septuagenarian mother.”

“She has a point,” Andersen remarked. “Princess Anne is routinely described as the hardest working royal, racking up 457 engagements last year alone. She has always been fondly thought of as inexhaustible — even invincible. When Zara saw her mother lying in a hospital bed suffering from a severe concussion and memory loss, she was understandably shaken.”

“With both King Charles and Princess Kate battling cancer at the same time, it’s hard to escape the feeling that the royal family is falling apart physically,” Andersen said.

“Princess Anne’s injury only underscores that perception. This means that more and more responsibility will fall on Prince William’s shoulders and Queen Camilla’s. Keep in mind that the queen turns 77 next week, and King Charles is justifiably concerned about the toll all this stress is taking on her health as well.”

“Only so many shoes can drop before the institution of the monarchy itself begins to look awfully shaky,” Andersen stated.

Andersen’s remarks were made just after the royal family’s website’s “The Royal Diary” section was purportedly updated.

The royal family’s official engagement calendar is published in The Royal Diary. Updates are released several weeks beforehand.

“The diary on @RoyalFamily website has been updated to remove Princess Anne’s engagement next week, as she is still recovering from her accident last month,” according to Gert’s Royals.

People magazine states that Anne’s next planned excursions are set for July 15 and 16. As the Northern Lighthouse Board’s patron, she is anticipated to visit the NLV Pharos ship off the coast of Scotland.

Prior to Anne’s accident, a source informed OK! magazine that her daughter was “shook to the core.”

The source asserted, “She’s desperately hoping this memory [loss] is temporary. This has been a huge wake-up call for everyone in the family, and they’re rightfully distressed.”

According to the site, on June 28, Anne was allowed to leave the hospital. The princess is anticipated to fully recover, although it’s unclear when she would start taking official royal duties again.

Royal analyst Ian Pelham Turner told Fox News Digital, “Princess Anne is quite stalwart and will be resolute in returning to work as soon as she can whilst taking the advice at the same time of her medical team.”

“It certainly has caused issues for the royal family as Anne has a daunting record in the number of events she attends each year,” Pelham Turner said. “It’s just another headache for King Charles trying to create his version of a slimmed-down monarchy, whilst covering all the diary events each year.”

Pelham Turner continued, “We are hearing Princess Anne is well on the road to recovery.”

Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, the spouse of the Princess Royal, previously provided a succinct update to well-wishers.

Laurence, cited by People magazine, added, “She is recovering well, thank you.” “We are both profoundly grateful to the medical team and hospital support staff for their expert care — and to the emergency services who were all so wonderful at the scene.”

“We are both deeply touched by all the kind messages we have received from so many people near and far. It means a great deal,” he added.

In a video that ITV’s Chris Ship posted on X, the 69-year-old was heard telling reporters, “She’s fine. Slow but sure.”

The 75-year-old king and Prince William’s wife, Kate Middleton, are both receiving cancer treatment, making this mishap the most serious health worry to affect the Windsor family in recent months.

The royal family’s capacity to maintain a busy schedule of public appearances has been stretched as a result, with Anne and Queen Camilla accepting additional engagements while Charles and Kate, 42, took time off to attend to their health.

Anne had to postpone her presence at a royal dinner honoring the Japanese emperor due to her injuries.

Renowned for her riding prowess, the princess saddled up on June 15 to participate in Trooping the Colour alongside Prince Edward and William. She was shown deftly controlling her horse as it became uneasy during the military parade in London in a video that went popular on X.

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