The former Team England rugby star, 44, fielded listener questions on the latest episode of his podcast, The Good, the Bad and the Rugby, and answered one inquiring if he needed to get permission from the royal family to appear on the show.
Tindall said in the podcast released Wednesday that he didn’t need to get permission, but asked a senior member of the royal family anyway as a courtesy.
“You don’t want to upset anyone,” Tindall said. “I spoke to the 威尔士王子 about it and he said ‘Great, go have fun’.”
He also added that he didn’t receive any warnings about what he could or couldn’t share about the royal family on the show. Though he confessed that he did purposely keep certain “conversations short” about the royal family so they wouldn’t be broadcasted.
“I was dancing on the dance floor. I had like flares on, full outfit, but it was quite tight,” Tindall said during his appearance on the reality competition. “Nothing ever fits a rugby player’s bum and legs. So I was dancing with my mother-in-law, and I did a ‘slut drop’ in front of my mother-in-law.”
“Ripped my trousers, straight in front of her,” Mike continued. “It happened to be that the boxers that I had on at that time said ‘nibble my nuts.’ As I’ve turned round, she’s gone, ‘I’d rather not.'”
The royal finished in fourth place on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here, sharing an emotional reunion with his wife on the bridge after his elimination.
Tindall told the hosts of the show that he had a great time participating and was ultimately satisfied with how far he made it, 每 The Mirror.
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“我很好,” 他说. “It’s been a long time. I can feel my body was getting ready to go. I’m pretty comfortable with it.”
“It’s been a lot of laughs,” 他加了. “That is the best thing. You can get through anything when the humor is good.”