Zara and Mike Tindall say they will NOT self-isolate despite going on skiing trip to coronavirus hot-spot of northern Italy just last week
The pair had been holidaying in Bormio, Lombardy, one of the worst hit regionsFormer England rugby star Mr Tindall shared snaps of their getaway onlineCouple don’t have any symptoms of the virus and decided not to self-isolate
Zara Phillips and her husband will not self-isolate despite returning from virus-hit northern Italy last week.
The Queen’s granddaughter and partner Mike Tindall have reportedly opted not to quarantine themselves because they are not showing symptoms.
They have returned from a ski trip in Bormio, Lombardy – one of Italy’s worst-hit regions.
Mr Tindall – a former England rugby player – shared several photos of their trip last week.
Mike Tindall posted the above picture of him and Zara to Instagram after the couple enjoyed their holiday
He captioned the post: ‘Great trip to #bormio3000 watching the #englishskichampionships. Lots of laughs and good times!’
A spokesman for the couple said they were following official government advice and health guidelines, but as they do not currently have any symptoms they will not be going into self-isolation.
Their decision to not self-quarantine comes as the school fellow royals Prince George and Prince Charlotte attend has sent four pupils home and into self isolation.
Children at the school in southwest London had recently been on a trip to northern Italy.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George are pictured being collected from school by their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
A general view showing Thomas’s Battersea school in London where Prince George and Princess Charlotte attend