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If the British tabloid, The Sun is to be believed, Mike Tindall could be the first British royal to participate in reality TV.

Mike Tindall is a former English rugby player and also the husband of Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter. His wife, Zara is Princess Anne’s daughter.

According to rumours, the father of three has signed up for the very popular I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The 43-year-old is likely to be joined by 80’s pop star Boy George, comedian Seann Walsh and radio DJ Chris Moyles.

The show is usually filmed in the Australian jungle, but due to the pandemic the last two years had to be filmed in the UK.

This year’s show will see the return of the celebrities in the Australian jungle and they’re set to fly there next month.

You Magazine reports that while the final line-up for the show hasn’t been confirmed yet, the signing of the former England rugby player will be a massive coup for broadcaster ITV as he’ll be the first British royal ever to join a prime-time reality series.

On his podcast, the former rugby player speaks candidly about being married to a member of the royal household and viewers will be interested to see if he shares any inside information about the family while in the Australian jungle.

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