Zara Phillips, the Face of Cantor Index

31 year-old Zara Phillips, the daughter of the Princess Royal and 11th in line to the throne, is the face of Cantor spread betting. Her name was selected by her uncle, Prince Charles, and means “bright as dawn” in Greek. It was controversial became it is not a “Christian” name. Princess Anne requested that her children have no titles to make their lives less complicated.  While the Royalty Protection officers assigned to her cousins, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, reportedly cost £250,000 a year, Zara’s parents have always encouraged her to lead a normal life. She probably does her own washing and can drive an HGV. She does not allow anyone else to drive her truck, which carries six horses. She is a qualified equine physiotherapist.
Zara Phillips, the Face of Cantor Index
Zara’s parents divorced very publicly when she was 10. She began to display a rebellious streak that landed her in trouble, getting caught in a boys’ school dormitory and overturning a Land Rover. It is rumoured that she posed for topless photos, but this is likely as false as the ones saying Prince Harry was fathered by James Hewitt.Hewitt was not involved with Diana at the time of Harry’s conception and William is too tall and the wrong colour to have been cloned from the Shroud of Turin.
Zara was schooled at Gordonstoun, which is not known for its academic excellence, but whose students can man the school’s 80-foot sailing vessel or assist the local mountain rescue service. After leaving school, she took a yearlong break and travelled to the Antipodes, where she earned a place in People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” issue of 2002. More rebelliousness saw tongue and navel piercings (she said a tattoo would have upset her parents more) and a relationship with jockey, Richard Johnson. The red tops had a field day.
Coming from one of the country’s horsiest families, Zara has been riding since birth. She was the first royal to sign a sponsorship deal in 2003, with Cantor Index. In 2006, she won the European Eventing Championships and became BBC Sports Personality of the Year like her in 1971. Another similarity came at the Badminton Horse Trials of 2009, when she told journalists, “This is a competition, not a f***ing social event,” and drew comparisons to her mother’s outburst of “Naff orf” at the same event in 1982. She won an MBE for services to equestrianism in 2007. She broke her collarbone and her horse was destroyed after an accident at a competition in France in 2008. She was selected to represent the United Kingdom at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but withdrew after her horse, Toytown, was injured in training.
Zara is admired for her charitable endeavours. She supports Sargent Cancer Care for Children, the CaldWell Charitable Trust for children with disabilities, the medical research charity, INSPIRE, the Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund, Great Ormond Street Hospital and Club 16-24, which promotes horse racing to young people. In 2006, she participated in a charity day for Cantor Index, which lost all 658 of the employees in its office in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
The tongue stud is no more and she married her love partner of long standing, Mike Tindall, a member of the team that won the Rugby World Cup in Australia in 2003. She was beneath red banners once more when Tindall joined his teammates in downing many cut-price shots and was pictured cavorting with a glamorous ex-girlfriend.

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