A blonde New Zealand singer who met England captain Mike Tindall the day after he was snapped nuzzling a woman's cleavage says it was definitely not her in the CCTV film that went around the world.

Bex Murray, from Lake Tekapo, is a family friend of Tindall and sang at his wife Zara Phillips' birthday in May this year.

The 24-year-old singer told the Herald last night that Tindall and "a couple of the other guys from the England team" joined her at Queenstown's Branches Ranch - which her brother manages - on the day after Tindall's big night out.

"We looked after them at the farm in Queenstown - they came up and did some bird shooting for the day," she said.


"They didn't stay, just came up for the day for the shooting and to have lunch at the lodge."

Later that day, Tindall took to Twitter to thank Miss Murray and her brother David for their hospitality.

"Awesome day at branches ranch today, thanks to @davidmurray79 and @BexMurrayMusic for organising it"

When asked whether it was her in the CCTV film with Tindall, Miss Murray laughed and said: "No, no. It definitely wasn't me".

On Monday, September 12, Miss Murray posted on her Facebook page that she had seen them the day before.

"The english rugby boys rock thanks for a wicked day yesterday.x" she posted on her profile.

To which, one of her friends replied: "Now what did you get up to? Remember one of them is the Queen's son in law!"

But Miss Murray told the Herald she did not go out with them on the Sunday night where they ended up at Altitude bar.