Mike Tindall (44) is the first Royal in the British jungle camp (“I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!”). He is currently making viewers laugh with funny anecdotes, revealing embarrassing details about himself and other royals in the camp, straight from the heart. The royal family will certainly shake their heads at this.
Now Prince William (40) was asked directly who he actually wants the jungle camp crown. He withdrew very cleverly from the affair.
In addition to the former rugby player and husband of Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall (41, daughter of Princess Anne and her first husband Mark Phillips), former Lioness footballer Jill Scott (35) is also in the British jungle. Prince William is friends with her.
When William visited an air base of the British Royal Air Force in the county of Lincolnshire last Friday, the British jungle was also an issue.
Who should win? Lioness Jill Scott or his relative Mike Tindall? asked Prince William “The Sun” asked by Corporal Rachael Howes.
Williams’ response: “That’s a tricky question.”
The prince laughed, but didn’t want to say any more.
But those few words speak volumes. Because if he would give his cousin Zara Tindall’s husband the victory without reservation, he could have said so very briefly and concisely.
Fact is: Tindall’s Jungle camp appearance is not exactly great for the British royals.
He cheats, he raps, he tells embarrassing stories. So he just chatted out how his pants burst in front of Princess Anne (72) and his underpants came to light or that his first date with his wife Zara was a real “booze”.
Royal expert Angela Levin is sure that Tindall’s participation in the jungle camp makes the royals “very upset and very sad”. She told The Sun: “It brings the royal family into disrepute.”
Mike Tindall himself said he had “a few conversations” with the royal family before moving into the British jungle. “But they stay between me and them.”
And while Prince William is more likely to begrudge his footballer girlfriend Jill Scott the jungle crown, Princess Anne could reportedly find her son-in-law’s antics quite funny.
“Princess Anne has more of a sense of humor than we realize,” a Royal correspondent told Jennifer Bond. OK“. “I don’t think she’ll be offended by the panties thing.”