An individual from the royal family is headed to a reality show.
Mike Tindall, who is married to Sovereign Elizabeth’s granddaughter Zara, will contend on the U.K. reality show I’m A Superstar…
Get Me Out Of Here! The show announced its new cast on Monday, revealing that Mike will join pop singer Kid George, Coronation Road actress Sue Cleaver, Hollyoaks star Owen Warner, TV have Scarlette Douglas, journalist Charlene White, radio host Chris Moyles, ace soccer player Jill Scott, comedian Babatunde Aléshé and Love Island alum Olivia Attwood.
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According to his profile for ITV, “Former English Rugby Union player Mike Tindall will turn into the primary individual from the Royal Family to take part in I’m A VIP… Get Me Out Of Here!, and he predicts he will get casted a ballot to do all the famous trials in the wilderness.”
The former professional rugby player, 44, “knows as soon as his kindred rugby companions find out he is taking part in the hit ITV program, they will be on speed dial to make sure he does all the trials. He said: ‘I’m completely aware that anyone who has at any point played rugby will go, ‘Yeah how about we line him up.’
All my fellowship bunch has that kind of humor, and I realize they will definitely want to decide in favor of me! I’m prepared to do a considerable amount of challenges.”
During an episode of The Upside, The Bad and the Rugby podcast, individual host James Haskell kidded that Mike had turned into a “social media superstar” following the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June when he gained thousands of devotees on Instagram for sharing a behind-the-scenes take a gander at the merriments (and for sporting Zara’s whimsical fascinators each day).
“Tins wears a hat, he goes up 100,000,” cohost Alex Payne jested. Haskell then kidded that Mike was “keeping the future king’s youngsters in line, the carer,” alluding to photographs of Mike interacting with Kate Middleton and Prince William’s most youthful kid, Prince Louis, during the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.
“What were you actually doing at that point, with the old [pointing at eyes gesture]?” asked Payne.
“I actually can’t recall that, I can’t recollect what he was doing,” Mike responded. “He’s a decent character he is, Louis.”
Mike and Zara, 41, share three youngsters: Mia, 8, Lena, 4, and Lucas, 1. Following Sovereign Elizabeth’s death on Sept. 8, Mike joined the royal family in attending occasions honoring her life, including her state funeral and committal administration on Sept. 19. Mike later shared on a podcast that he had “loads of disappointments about not asking her such countless more things,” He also recalled “having apprehension when you get that fortunate seat of being sat close to her.”