London - Zara Tindall, Queen Elizabeth II's eldest granddaughter, has given birth to a baby girl, Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday.
Her second child, born on Monday in Stroud, southwest England, weighed nine pounds and three ounces (4.17kg).
The as-yet unnamed new arrival is 19th in line to the British throne.
Tindall, the daughter of the monarch's only daughter Princess Anne, suffered a miscarriage in December 2016.
Tindall is an equestrian who won the 2006 eventing world
championships and a silver medal for Britain at the London 2012
Though she is 17th in line to the throne, the 37-year-old has no title and does not carry out royal duties.
Zara's husband Mike Tindall, 39, is a former England rugby captain who was in the
2003 Rugby World Cup-winning squad. The couple married in Edinburgh in 2011.
Their first child, daughter Mia, was born in January 2014.
"Mrs Michael Tindall was safely delivered of a baby girl on June 18,
at Stroud Maternity Unit. Mr Tindall was present at the birth,"
Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
Queen Elizabeth, her husband Prince Philip, Anne, her first husband
Mark Phillips, and Tindall's parents "have been informed and are
delighted with the news".
"The baby's name will be confirmed in due course," the palace said.
This baby is Anne's fourth grandchild and the seventh
great-grandchild for Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who turned 97 on
The sixth was Prince Louis of Cambridge, the son of Tindall's cousin Prince William and his wife Kate, who was born on April 23.
A heavily-pregnant Tindall was seen looking somewhat bemused by US
bishop Michael Curry's theatrical, lengthy sermon at the wedding last
month of William's brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, now the Duke
and Duchess of Sussex.
Those ahead of the new baby in the order of succession are all descended from Queen Elizabeth.
Those immediately below are descended from the monarch's late sister
princess Margaret, then from the sovereign's uncles and aunts, followed
by the Norwegian royal family.