PUBLISHED: 11:55, Thu, Oct 15, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:09, Thu, Oct 15, 2020
Zara and Peter are the grandchildren of Her Majesty the Queen. Despite their being placed in the Royal Family's inner circle, the pair have enjoyed relative privacy throughout their lives. This is because unlike their cousins they do not carry royal titles.
Their mother and father, Princess Anne and Mark Phillips, decided early on that to ensure their children had normal lives, their royal titles would need to be renounced.
They therefore took their father's second name.
Zara has since married former England rugby international Mike Tindall.
Anne has often been described as one of the hardest-working members of the family, with many commending her work and services to over 200 organisations she is patron of during the BBC's 2010 documentary, 'Inside Sport: The Princess Royal at 60'.
Royal family: Zara and Peter revealed the way in which they were brought up during the interview (Image: GETTY)
Princess Anne: The royal chose not to bestow on her children royal titles (Image: GETTY)
It was here that Zara spoke of her admiration for Anne, while Peter reflected on the "get on with it" lifestyle they had been brought up under.
Zara said: "It's amazing how much she can fit into a week.
"The amount of different places she goes to in the country and people she meets and, she always remembers everyone she's met.
"It's just unbelievable, her capacity to do all of it."
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Peter then opened up on the sometimes brutal but evidently loving environment they grew up in.