Zara Tindall and baby Lena star in campaign video for iCandy prams

New mother-of-two Zara Tindall is unveiled as an ambassador for iCandy PRAMS – and baby Lena even makes a guest appearance in the promotional video

  • Zara Tindall has been unveiled as the brand ambassador for iCandy pushchairs 
  • Appears in a new campaign video along with three-month-old Lena Tindall 
  • Discusses her training regime and how she balances work and motherhood  

She may only be three months old but little Lena Tindall has already appeared in her first advert.

The Queen’s great-granddaughter appears alongside her mother Zara in a new campaign for pushchair brand iCandy. 

The equestrian has been named brand ambassador for the pushchair brand as it launches its £1,500 ‘all-terrain’ buggy in partnership with Land Rover.

She and baby Lena, along with the family Labrador, star in a new video capturing the juxtaposition of Zara’s world as a mother alongside her world as an athlete. 

Zara Tindall has been unveiled as the new brand ambassador for pushchair iCandy and appears along side daughter Lena and her Labrador in a new campaign video

Speaking in the video Zara, 37, says: ‘I always use the best equipment in competing and it definitely applies for the children and having the best for the baby. 

‘The iCandy for Land Rover works incredibly well for us and fits into our lifestyle across all-terrains, it is light and accessible. It is a fantastic addition for our family.’

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‘It is so important to me and the family to be outside my job day-in-day-out is solely being outside, so for me having the family there makes it all the more doable with my pushchair.’

Zara goes on to explain what a typical day leading up to an event looks like as she embarks on a rigorous training schedule and how she juggles life as a mum to Lena and 4 year old daughter Mia.

Baby Lena makes a fleeting appearances in the video as her mother discusses balancing work with being a mum 

Zara also discusses returning to riding after she took a break from competing from October 2017 for her maternity leave 

Speaking after her break from competing since October 2017, Zara notes how riding makes her feel like a ‘better person,’ on the track as well as at home and how having her husband Mike’s support has been vital in achieving a balance between her career and her family life.

She says: ‘I’ve always felt when I’m riding that a connection and partnership between you and the horse makes you feel more alive and free a part of life I guess.

‘Being outside being physical, very much in it together, you’re so focused on what you’re doing, you don’t really notice what’s going on you don’t hear what’s going on you basically channel it all out.

‘The discipline needed for the sport is that motivation to do well to produce results.

Discussing her passion for riding the Queen’s granddaughter spoke of having a ‘connection’ with her horse while riding 

‘I was keen to get back riding from a break because I’d obviously been off for much longer this time.’ 

Speaking in a recent video interview as a Land Rover ambassador, the mother-of-two shared how childbirth had affected her: ‘The first time around my body was in so much shock.

‘It was like, ‘”what the hell have you done to me?”‘ before adding: ‘But I’ve recently done a couple of competitions and it feels good actually.’

Zara, married to former rugby star Mike Tindall, 39, also hasn’t ruled out a second Olympics.

The royal won a silver medal with the GB equestrian team at London 2012 and said the desire to compete at the highest level is still strong.

In a light-hearted video for the car brand, she told interviewer David Flatman, who she referred to as ‘Flats’: ‘To be in London, the crowd, the whole Olympic experience, I can’t tell you, it gives me goose bumps talking about it. It is incredible.’ 

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