Mike Tindall continues to be talked about. As he prepares to participate in the British version of reality TV I’m a celebrity…get me out of here!, Princess Anne’s son-in-law makes an appearance in a commercial for a famous pizza chain.
A pizza ad? mike tindall “has a sense of humor”. Troublemaker of the royal family, invited to official ceremonies, but not part of La Firme, the husband of Zara Phillips allows himself extravagances forbidden to Kate Middleton and Prince William. The latest? Her appearance in a four-minute commercial for chain Dominos pizza. In this one, Princess Anne’s son-in-law delivered by helicopter his friend the rugby player James Haskell, who has “forgot meals” of her newborn’s baby shower.
True to his character, Mike Tindall is ironic about his impressive arrival at his friend’s house: “You know me mate, I have friends in high places”. A video relayed by The Mirrorwhich should not go unnoticed in Great Britain where the participation of the father of the family in a reality show with other personalities has been strongly commented on.
The large sum that Mike Tindall could receive in a reality show
Next November, Mike Tindall should fly to the Australian jungle to join the show’s camp I’m a celebrity…get me out of here. An appearance that could bring him a nice sum of money. According to the words of Sunrelayed by journalist Omid Scobie: “Celebrities, who participate in challenges such as eating bugs or being buried alive, receive fees ranging from £30,000 to £500,000 (i.e. more than €34,000 to more than €579,000, editor’s note)”.
If the journalist accuses him of “taking advantage of royal status”, his colleague Piers Morgan responds in The Sun: “Some will sneer today that Mike Tindall shouldn’t degrade himself by being on a reality TV show and comparing him to the royal renegades Meghan and Harrywho have left Britain and the royal family and must ruthlessly exploit their titles for massive commercial gain in America.” And to continue: “But here’s the difference: the Tindalls have never worked in the royal family, had no royal titles or received public money. They are financially independentin front of their enormous success in the sports arena”.
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