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British Forest Camp: Mike Tyndall arrives in Australia

Updated on 10/28/2022, 00:00

  • British Forest Camp starts on 6th November.
  • Among the contestants is Mike Tyndall, husband of the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tyndall.
  • Upon arriving in Australia, he revealed what his wife had said about his participation.

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Mike Tyndall has arrived in Brisbane, Australia. husband of the queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall“I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” to participate. At the airport, the former rugby player, who began his adventure in a good mood wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses, explained. Newspaper “The Sun” In a statement, his family said it was “obviously a very difficult thing to do” about his participation. “It’s probably one of the longest periods we’ve been completely separated from each other with no contact.”

So he’s fully focused on the challenge and wants to do what needs to be done – “I want to win stars because I want to eat!” Tyndall says the biggest thing to worry about at camp is getting “hungry.” On the other hand, he copes well with insomnia: “I have three children, so I’m used to it.” He was still torn as to whether he would still regret participating. “I like groups of people and I like things that are fun, so let’s see.”

Zara and Mike Tindal met in Australia

Australia A special place for him because he met his wife Zara in Sydney, the 44-year-old added. His wife acknowledged his TV appearance, saying, “Otherwise I wouldn’t have done it, would I?” Tyndall said. How he feels before the coronation of King Charles III. Can you be crowned the “King of the Jungle”? “To be honest, I didn’t really think about it,” Tyndall said, adding that she had “no idea” whether Princes William and Harry would follow her performance on I’m A Celebrity.

Boy George also goes to the jungle camp

“Royal Tyndall was the first to appear in the British version ofI’m a celebrity, get me out of here!” and on reality TV in prime time. Other participants, some of whom have already landed in Australia. British “Daily Mail” Singer Boy GeorgeReality TV star Olivia Attwood, presenter Charlene White, actor Owen Warner, presenter Scarlett Douglas, comedians Babatunde Aleshe and Sean Walsh, actress Sue Cleaver, presenter Chris Moyles and former footballer Jill Scott. According to ITV Celebrates the season on Sunday, November 6 with a moderate duo of Ant & Dec, premiering on the channel.
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British Jungle Camp is also returning to the Australian jungle this year. Those responsible managed to get a true megastar to participate. Singer Boy George is set to receive the highest payout ever in the show’s history.