Kate Middletons sweet tribute to her children during Mike Tindalls podcast

Kate Middleton made a surprise appearance on Mike Tindall’s podcast alongside her husband, Prince William.

The royal pair appeared on The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast, which is hosted by both Mike, 44, James Haskell, and Alex Payne, along with Princess Anne.

Along with her grey blazer, white top, cropped navy trousers, and black point-toed heels, she wore The Daniella Draper Three Star Necklace, which features a star for each of the couple's three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

The Princess of Wales has been a fan of Daniella’s accessories for a while now and often appeared wearing pieces from the brand during Zoom calls in lockdown including the Gold Citrine Treasure Necklace and mini cupid hoop earrings.

During the episode, Kate’s cousin in law Mike accused her of being “really competitive” in a surprising game.

Mike teased: “I'm not going to say you're really competitive… [but] I've seen her play beer pong.”

Kate was amused as she feigned shock and replied: “I'm not competitive at all!”

The Princess went on to explain that her parents nurtured her love for sports and were “keen” to get her involved in them.

She seemed to confirm her competitive nature saying that she and William now can’t finish a game of tennis because of it and that it has become a “mental challenge between the two.”

Elsewhere on the podcast, William recalled the only time that he has cried over a sports event.

He explained: “The only time I’ve ever cried when watching sport was when Zara won I think it was the European championship.”

Zara, his cousin, and Mike’s wife, won gold twice while riding her horse, Toytown, in both individual and group competitions at the European Eventing Championship in Blenheim in 2005.

He continued saying that the wins left him “in pieces.”

He recalled: “I was down in Exmore at the time camping. We were all huddling around the phone watching it. She was there, she was blubbing away, the flag was going up… I was in pieces.”

Kate also reflected on the moment and said: “I can remember because you came back and said, 'I’ve never been so proud of anyone'”.

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