The former rugby player and husband of King Charles III’s niece. an adventure in the Australian jungle awaits. He is the first British royal to take part in the show.
For the first time, a member of the Royal Family moves into the British jungle camp. Mike Tindall, 44, husband of Zara Tindall, niece of King Charles III, attends TV show ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ part, as the broadcaster ITV announced. The show will be filmed in Australia for the first time since the start of the corona pandemic. Most recently, filming took place in Wales.
Former rugby player Tindall captained England at the 2003 World Cup. He has been married to the daughter of Charles’ sister Princess Anne since 2011. The couple have three children. Tindall was quoted as saying by ITV that he is sure all his friends are ready to pick him for the toughest of jobs.
A total of ten celebrities appear on the show. The most famous participant besides Tindall is pop star Boy George (61). “It’s only been three weeks without makeup,” said the Culture Club frontman (“Do You Really Want To Hurt Me”). The singer was confident that he would find the tasks fun.