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:
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