Queen Elizabeth II gave birth to a new grandson, after giving birth to her great-granddaughter, Zara Tindall, at her home as she was unable to go to the hospital, last Sunday evening.
Princess Zara Tindall, the daughter of Princess Anne, the great-granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, was unable to reach the hospital, but rather gave birth to her baby in the bathroom, according to CNN.
The little boy was born on the bathroom floor of the home in Gloucestershire, southwestern England, at around 6 pm.
Mike Tindall, husband of Zara, the former captain of the English rugby team, announced the birth of his child during an episode of his podcast, which was published on Wednesday.
Princess Zara Tindall, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, is married with two daughters, and was pregnant with her third child, who is a male.
And about the details of the birth, Mike said, he called the midwife, at the same time that he was looking for a carpet for his wife to lie on on the bathroom floor after she left their gym.
Mike added that his wife Zara was a warrior and she endured the birth in such a sudden way without going to the hospital.
CNN reported, citing a spokesperson for the couple, that the baby, named Lucas Philip Tindall, named after his grandfather Prince Philip, weighed 8 pounds and 4 ounces at birth.