Our loved ones - furry or human - often feature on our phone screen savers and it seems the royals are no different.
In a Youtube video that has gone viral Zara Tindall's husband Mike Tindall has been spotted flashing his phone screen saver and if we didn't know it before, we do now - his three girls are the loves of his life.
The gorgeous image on his screen is none other than Zara and the couple's daughters, Mia, five and Lena, one, smiling happily in an adorably informal family snap.
Mike had been asked to check the time after he and former England team mate James Haskell did a walking tour in Japan, while there for the Rugby World Cup.
Mike accidentally revealed the image when he turned his screen with the time on it towards the camera, and eagle-eyed royal fans were quick to spot it.
In the video clip the 41-year-old dad of two also describes how far he and James had managed to walk.
"We started walking at 10:30, it's now 13:42 — a three-hour walk," the exhausted rugby player revealed.
As the latest royal to have signed up to Instagram, Mike shared many of his favourite Rugby World Cup moments with his followers while in Japan, including an image of himself with a group of fans that included former All Black captain Richie McCaw at the semi-final between Australia and Wales.
"Great group! One nervous South African, one grumpy kiwi😉 Dr. Handa @isps_handa and a semi smug Englishman," he posted - of course referring to Richie as the grumpy Kiwi because the All Blacks had lost their semi-final with England earlier that week.
Mike's royal brother-in-law Peter Phillips was also in the pic along with former Springboks player Francois Pienaar.
Ahead of the New Zealand and England match Mike also posted a selfie with former All Black Dan Carter captioned: "End of the friendship with @dancarter_ for the next 90 mins or so! Good luck England so looking forward to this!!!"
Zara and Prince Harry flew to Japan to join Mike to watch the final.
There had been rumours Prince William would too, had Wales won against South Africa in their semi-final, as patron of the Welsh national team. However, in the end he did not attend.
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