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Mike Tindall is considering having his trademark broken nose reset now he has finally retired from professional rugby following a 17 year career in the sport.
Tindall, 35, announced his retirement earlier today on Twitter and told ITV News he was giving surgery on his damaged nose consideration after speaking to friends - including Irish and British Lions legend Brian O'Driscoll.
"I'd quite like to get it so I can breathe [out of it] but at the same time keep some of the character that it has." Tindall said.
Former England and current Gloucester rugby union player Mike Tindall told ITV News it is "impossible not to dream" of Grand National glory on Saturday.
Tindall and his wife Zara Phillips hope to win the race with their horse Monbeg Dude.
The current Gloucester player-coach said that he hopes Monbeg Dude has "fighter's spirit" when it comes to race day.
Zara and Mike Tindall have named their newborn daughter Mia Grace.
Former England rugby player Mike Tindall tweeted:
For everyone who has asked what our daughters name, it’s Mia Grace Tindall
Zara Phillips gave birth at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital last Friday.
Mia Grace Tindall is the Queen's fourth great-grandchild and is 16th in line to the throne.
Zara Tindall's London 2012 team-mate - three-day eventing rider Tina Cook - has said she is very, very pleased by the news of the latest royal baby.
The Olympic medallist told ITV News she has been in touch with Zara since the birth and described her as "very excited" on the arrival of her first child:
Mike Tindall has tweeted his joy following the birth of his first child with his wife Zara. The couple's daughter, whose name is yet to be released, was born this morning weighing 7lbs 12oz.
Thanks so much for all your kind messages. Definitely the best day of my life today, so happy.! The girls are both doing great!
New mother Zara Tindall has returned home from the Royal Gloucestershire Hospital with her daughter.
The newborn, whose name is yet to be released, weighed 7lbs 12oz.
Zara and Mike Tindall's baby daughter will not bear a royal title, it has been confirmed.
The former England rugby player has no title himself and Zara, born down the female line, is not entitled to be an HRH. Her father Captain Mark Phillips was believed to have been offered an earldom by the Queen when he married Princess Anne but chose not to take it.
The latest addition to the Royal Family will be known as Miss Tindall and the new parents are hoping their laid-back approach to life will rub off on their first born daughter.
Ahead of the birth, they were interviewed by Australian Women's Weekly, with Mike saying: "I think we're both quite well-balanced and laid-back as a couple, so hopefully he or she will pick up on that."
Zara added: "I hope we're going to make good parents. That's the plan."
The Prime Minister sends his 'many congratulations' to the Tindalls and the Queen on the birth of the newest Royal; Official Spokesman.