Zara Tindall tipped to fly to Australia to support Mike Tindall

I’m A Celeb: James Haskell discusses Mike Tindall

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Mike Tindall has already kick started his I’m A Celebrity experience by taking part in his first Bushtucker Trial. Former campmate and friend of Mike, James Haskell joined Susann Reid and Ed Balls on Good Morning Britain to discuss Zara Tindall’s husband’s chances of doing well on the ITV show.

James was asked whether he thought Zara would join Mike in Australia.

He replied: “Yeah, yeah, I think she’ll be out there. Hopefully.”

The loved ones of the campmates often fly out to support them and welcome them on the infamous bridge after being eliminated.

Ahead of his jungle stint, Mike addressed the Queen’s granddaughter joining him in Australia. 

Mike said: “We’re not entirely sure yet, we haven’t fully made that decision and it’s probably how deep into the show we go, and we have some work out here so if it got to the end then hopefully, she’d be able to come out and get some vitamin D.”

Mike previously revealed it was James who convinced him to take part in the reality series. 

The former rugby player turned ITV down before signing up.

He revealed: “The discussions started over a year ago. They asked me while it was in Wales but Wales wasn’t that appealing to me!

“We come to Australia quite a bit for a couple of stuff that we do over here and saying they were coming back obviously I chatted to Hask (James Haskell) about it and he thought I’d have quite a bit of fun doing it and then we have other commitments over here not long after so it all fitted together well to make it worthwhile doing in.

“What I expect from it I’m not entirely sure but hopefully if we have a good bunch of people in camp it’ll be fun, Hask said he had quite a bit of fun with it so I’m looking forward to it.”    

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