Zara Tindall's husband: Royal sensation: Mike Tindall should move to the British jungle camp

It would be a real sensation: According to information from the British newspaper "The Sun", Mike Tindall should become a candidate in the British jungle camp.

Zara Tindall's husband: Royal sensation: Mike Tindall should move to the British jungle camp

It would be a real sensation: According to information from the British newspaper "The Sun", Mike Tindall should become a candidate in the British jungle camp. The new season of the show "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" starts in November, a specific date has not yet been set. Tindall has been married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara Phillips since 2011. The couple have three children together.

While Zara and Mike Tindall are untitled and don't officially work for the royal family, they have a very close relationship with the royal family. The 41-year-old was considered the Queen's favorite granddaughter - also because of her connection to equestrian sports. Zara Tindall made a career as an eventer, her husband Mike was a professional rugby player.

It would be the first time someone with royal connections has attended Britain's jungle camp. "This is a major coup. Mike has held front row seats for generations at some of the most important moments in royal history. He will certainly be discreet, but his mere presence means the show is a must-see," a source said "sun".

So far, none of the season 22 contestants have been officially confirmed. Also in conversation is musician Boy George, who is said to receive around one million dollars for his participation in the show. The format was filmed in a Welsh castle for two years in a row due to the corona pandemic, and is now taking place again for the first time in Murwillumbah, Australia.

Mike Tindall would have a little TV experience: in 2015 he took part in the British show "The Jump", in which celebrities had to prove themselves in various winter sports. Tindall was second at the time. He has also been running the podcast "The Good, The Bad" since 2020

Sources: The Sun, Daily Mail

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