Mike Tindall, a member of the British royal family, will participate in a reality show. The husband of Zara Phillips should fly to the Australian jungle this November.
The news was published by The Sun and the British media last month. Mike Tindall will participate in the show I’m a celebrity… get me out of here. The adventure will take place in the Australian jungle where the 44-year-old former rugby player will participate in challenges and survival tests. For his participation in the show, the husband of Zara Tindall could receive a large sum of money. The prize money that celebrities like him can get by participating in this show ranges from 30,000 to 50,000 pounds sterling.
According to Gala magazine, this news may not please Charles III of England. The 73-year-old king already had to deal with “Netflix microphones at Buckingham Palace.” Recall that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 41, was suspected of bugging the Queen’s funeral for the purposes of a documentary, recalls Gala. Now Mike Tindall, the husband of Princess Anne’s daughter, will participate in a reality show. In addition, Gala recalls the fact that the King of England already saw the participation of Meghan Markle in Dancing with the Stars with a bad eye.
Mike Tindall: the husband of Zara Phillips is not a “royal renegade”
Although it is not yet confirmed that Mike Tindall will fly this November in the Australian jungle, the controversies are already flying. Quoted by Gala, Shola Mos-Shogba Mimu, an Anglo-Nigerian author and lawyer, said on October 12, 2022, “Imagine the hate-filled furor if it were Meghan – accusations of money-hunger, debasement of the royal family and the vilest depictions stirred up by unfiltered misogyny, sexism and racism.”
Piers Morgan, a reporter for The Sun retorted that “Some will sneer today that Mike Tindall should not degrade himself by appearing on a reality show and comparing him to royal renegades Meghan and Harry, who have left Britain and the royal family and must ruthlessly exploit their titles for massive commercial gain in America.” He also recalled that “the Tindalls have never worked in the royal family, had no royal titles or received any public money.”
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