- Zara Tindall’s other half was spotted crawling through dirt, shimmying up walls and shooting down long slides
- The former England rugby captain was taking part in the Spring Wolf Run in East Sussex showing his new look
- In 2015 the sportsman admitted he needed to get nose sorted because was making it hard for him to breathe
- He first broke his nose aged five when seatbelt came loose on dodgem car and he headbutted steering wheel
- The rugby superstar, 39, went on to break his nose at least eight times during his 12-year career in the sport
Mike Tindall has stepped out with a very straight new nose at an obstacle mud run after reportedly having a corrective operation last week.
Zara Tindall’s other half first broke his nose aged five when the seatbelt came loose on a dodgem car and he head-butted the steering wheel. He went on to break his nose at least eight times during his 12-year rugby career.
In 2015 the former England rugby captain turned pundit and reality TV contestant said he was finally going to do something about his crooked bridge, having suffered breathing problems for years.
The 39-year-old, who is expecting his second child with Princess Anne’s daughter, then stepped out with a visibly straighter snout.
Now he has been spotted with an even more symmetrical bridge as he crawled through dirt, shimmied up walls and shot down slippery slides at the Spring Wolf Run in East Sussex on April 28.
A source close to the Wolf Run event, who does not wish to be identified, said he was told the rugby star underwent surgery last week to fine-tune his already improved nose.
The Wolf Run is back to Pippingford Park, East Sussex on the weekend of 29th and 30th September.
Zara Tindall’s other half cracks a smile at the Spring Wolf Run in East Sussex (left), showing off a much straighter bridge. His nose was noticeably more crooked in 2011 (right, with his then fiancee Zara)
Tindall (right) with his friends at the popular event, where the rugby star showcased a very straight new nose. He first broke his nose aged five when the seatbelt came loose on a dodgem car and he head-butted the steering wheel
Tindall showed off his very different profile during the active day out. The 39-year-old beamed with pride as he enjoyed the muddy fun
Tindall, pictured at Cheltenham Racecourse in March 2018, just weeks before his latest reported nose operation
Tindall, pictured in May 2017 with a much straighter bridge, broke his nose at least eight times during his 12-year rugby career after his first accident aged five
Tindall with his wife Zara and their daughter Mia at a food festival in Oxfordshire in August 2016, a year after he vowed to get his nose fixed