Mike Tindall warned to ‘watch his language’ as he represents the royal family in jungle

Mike Tindall has been warned to mind his language as he reps the Royal family in the I’m A Celeb jungle.

His close friend and former teammate Danny Care has hinted that the rugby ace is not exactly well-versed at speaking the Queen’s English.

Speaking exclusively to OK!, Harlequins player Danny said: “Knowing Tinds, he just needs to watch the language a little bit. He’s not just representing himself, he’s representing the Royal family.”

In preparation for his stint in the jungle, Danny says Mike – who is married to Zara, Queen Elizabeth II’s granddaughter, has already sought advice from his rugby pal James Haskell. He was the fourth to get voted off the 2019 series after 18 days.

He added: “I reckon James has given him tips on what not to say, as knowing James he likes to put his foot in his mouth a few times.”

While Danny says you’d struggle to find anyone who has a bad word about Tinds, he says he won’t be afraid to put the celebs in their place if they don’t pull their weight.

He said: “If people are shying away from things and not doing their jobs, Mike won’t like that. He doesn’t like a quitter either. That’s hammered in from his sporting background – being a team player.


I think there’s one thing for certain – Mike will voice his opinions. If anyone does step out of line I think Tinds will put them in their place.”

Mike and Zara – who he calls Zed – met in a bar in Sydney, Australia in 2003 – the night England beat Australia and won the rugby World Cup – and share three kids, Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one.

Unlike his cousins-in-law Princes William and Harry, Mike doesn’t possess a royal title. Zara has said in previous interviews that was the factor in her having such a normal, happy upbringing.

Danny witnessed Mike and Zara tie the knot in a private ceremony in Edinburgh in 2011, while Mike, 44, and Zara, 41, wereguests of honour when he married his wife Jodie, 31, in a ceremony covered by OK! in 2016.

He continued: “Both him and Zara are unbelievable people. It’s amazing that they’re royalty because you’d never know it. They are so down to earth, they’re such happy people.

I'm A Celebrity is making itsmuch-anticipated return Down Underafter two years of the series being filmed at a Welsh castle, due to Covid travel restrictions.

The stars jungle arrivals were confirmed with official pictures released on Halloween. Mike joins celebs includingOlivia Attwood , Boy George and Matt Hancock.

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