Zara Phillips wedding: Married 2 days and she"s ALREADY Mike Tindall"s rugby widow

Zara Phillips wedding: Married 2 days and she"s ALREADY Mike Tindall"s rugby widow

Married for two days and she”s ALREADY a rugby widow: Zara heads home as Mike Tindall heads out to practise

7:06 PM on 1st August 2011

Going solo: Zara Phillips today returned alone to the home she shares with Mike Tindall in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, while her rugby star husband attended a training session in Bagshot Going solo: Zara Phillips today returned alone to the home she shares with Mike Tindall in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, while her rugby star husband attended a training session in Bagshot

Going solo: Zara Phillips today returned alone to the home she shares with Mike Tindall in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, while her rugby star husband attended a training session in Bagshot

It was great, lads! Mike Tindall shares a joke with his England teammates at Penny Hill Park training ground in Surrey on the morning after the wedding

It was great, lads! Mike Tindall shares a joke with his England teammates at Penny Hill Park training ground in Surrey on the morning after the wedding

Working off the wedding breakfast: Tindall joined the England squad today as they prepared for next week

Working off the wedding breakfast: Tindall joined the England squad today as they prepared for next week”s match against Wales

Morning after: Zara leaves Holyrood house after the celebrations, which went on well into the following day Dishevelled but happy: Mike Tindall thoroughly enjoyed his wedding, carrying the celebrations through until the following afternoon

Dishevelled but happy: Zara leaves Holyrood House the morning after the wedding party, while Mike Tindall, still in his morning suit well into Sunday, takes stock of the impressive surroundings

Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips leave the church after their marriage

Wellgroomed: What a contrast! A perfectly coiffured, delighted Mike and Zara leave Canonbury Kirk en route to Holyrood House where the revelry that would continue well into the following afternoon got under way