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Mike Tindall to be 'open book' on I'm A Celebrity 2022 despite 'King Charles' disapproval'
Mike Tindall, who is the son-in-law of Princess Anne, has described himself as an "open book" ahead of entering the jungle this weekend.The 44-year-old, married to Zara Phillips, is the first royal to take part on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.Last week, a source told the Daily Mail that the monarch wouldn't have approved of him signing up for the show.Despite this, Mike has said he is an "open book", seemingly implying that he isn't afraid to share his stories. His words came after he was asked what the biggest misconception he wanted to dispel in the jungle was, to which he also replied: "Nothing."Mike went on to say he is a "positive person" and a "morning motivator" who wants to see "everyone get on well" in camp.Karren Brady fears for royals 'shivering' over Prince Harry's bookThe former sportsman is also not afraid to take part in the trials, but refused to mention his phobias.Mike said he has been warned about the lack of food in camp by his former rugby co-star James Haskell.The rugby star, married to Chloe Madeley, took part on the show back in 2019 and said his body "shut down" due to the significant change in his diet.Mike added: “I am eight years out of the game now so I am a bit more realistic about food, but I know James said the lack of food can sometimes be hard."But at least with the eating trials, you get food in you!"It might not taste very nice but at least it is serving a purpose and giving you a protein intake.
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Jay Blades avoids question on whether he'll work with King again after 'breaking protocol'
Jay Blades has refused to answer whether or not he will be working with King Charles III, 73, again, following their meeting on The Repair Shop earlier this year.The pair were set up to meet after the 52-year-old became a Building Crafts ambassador for the Prince's charity in 2020.King Charles, who was still the Prince of Wales at the time of filming, tasked the workshop team to help restore a couple of his items at Dumfries House in Scotland.Fans were quick to praise how well Jay and the now King got on, leaving many hopeful that the pair could reunite again. In a Q&A with his followers however, the furniture restorer remained tight-lipped about working with the monarch in the future.Jay told fans he wasn't sure if the royal would come back on the show, but refused to answer whether or not he'd personally work with him again.Alex Scott teases very racy sheer jumpsuit to film Graham Norton ShowAs many more of his followers joined the chat, he was asked the question again. "Erm, lets move on to another question," he said prompting his wife-to-be to swiftly go to the next one on his Instagram Live. Viewers did however notice that towards the end of the show, Jay said to Charles: "Don't be a stranger," as their meeting came to an end.Addressing the comment, the presenter laughed: "He said he won't be."While he remained quiet about a possible reunion, he went on to say that he liked the idea of the pair learning pottery together one day.Another viewer told Jay how the royal seemed to "genuinely" like him as their on-screen banter was praised.The BBC star thanked fans for their kind words and said the monarch was "a funny, down to earth guy". He went on to address whether or not he "broke royal protocol" by touching the royal
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Piers Morgan demands King Charles strip ‘selfish, greedy’ Prince Harry of titles over book
Piers Morgan took to Twitter to blast Prince Harry in anticipation of his brand new memoir, as he called for King Charles to “strip him” of his remaining titles.The book that sparked rage for the TalkTV presenter, which is entitled Spare, will hit stores on Jan 10.Piers tweeted: “Prince Privacy will hurl his latest torrent of malevolent money-making muck at the Royal Family just in time to ruin his father’s coronation as King. “Charles should strip this petulant, selfish, greedy, hypocritical brat of all his remaining royal titles/status ASAP,” he added. The Duke of Sussex's book will see him share insights into key moments from his life, including the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and her funeral.Piers has consistently been an outspoken critic of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, who took a step back from royal duties over two years ago. READ MORE:   Piers’ followers took to the comments section to weigh in on Harry’s new memoir ahead of its release.Journalist Meghan McCain wrote: “I’m not as plugged into this as Brits are clearly - but the title seems like a troll… Is this your take?”“Apparently that was his nickname as a child,” added Andy Baker. Another journalist Rupert Myers commented: “Is this the real cover and title? Good grief.”“The book is supposed to be about a journey to love and healing but the title speaks about bitterness and jealousy,” Verdad penned.While Tom Levins fired back at the former Good Morning Britain host: “I'm sure Harry will thank you for the free promo, Piers. “Crazy how this book will sell more copies on release than viewing figures you get on TalkTV.”“You ok hun? You seem disproportionately upset about something that really doesn't affect you,” added Emm.
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GMB's Alex Beresford slams protestors over Charles waxwork attack as move sparks outrage
Alex Beresford, 42, has called for justification over the attack on King Charles III's waxwork as he pointed out the monarch's work on climate change today.Two activists were filmed covering the waxwork in chocolate cake as part of their ongoing protests against the government investing in new oil and gas.In view of his 244,000 followers, the presenter wrote: "Considering the work King Charles has done for Climate Change I would love to hear the justification for doing this."Many of his fans were in favour of his thoughts sd they shared their opinion.Catherine Birtwell commented: "@alexberesfordTV Totally agree, totally unnecessary.""Respectfully… protest is about publicity… and they are getting a lot of it," added Twitter user Matthew.Jim Hinchliffe blasted the protestors as "criminals".Audrey Wells added: "Pathetic kids that are getting away with this outrageous behaviour. Lock them up for 6 months."On Just Stop Oil's Twitter page, protestors who have been named Eilidh and Tom, are seen covering the King's face while someone can be heard in the background telling them to stop.In a statement the pair said: "We are here because we seek to protect our freedoms and rights, because we seek to protect this green and pleasant land which is the inheritance of us all."The science is clear.The demand is simple: just stop new oil and gas.
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Jeremy Clarkson urges Charles to 'weed out nonsense' for coronation as he calls for change
Jeremy Clarkson, 62, says there could be a "nasty surprise" if Buckingham Palace officials don't "read the room" on the Coronation of King Charles III and Camilla next year.The Palace has indicated the ceremony will be "rooted in long standing traditions" but will also "reflect the monarch's role today and look towards the future".With a more low-key ceremony expected, Jeremy has shared why he thinks officials need to be "at the top of their game" when it comes to planning.The presenter began by mentioning that the cost of the Queen's funeral sparked backlash as many pointed out the nationwide financial crisis amid growing bill costs.Charles' coronation will be the first in 70 years following his mother's death aged 96 last month.The late monarch died at Balmoral Castle after being under medical supervision.Strictly's Matt Goss opens up about 'very rare' health conditionWestminster Abbey has witnessed 38 coronation ceremonies of reigning monarchs so far.Traditionally, the most solemn part of the service is when the Archbishop anoints the Sovereign with holy oil on the hands, the breast and the head.Jeremy said the "idiotic" gesture "makes no sense", as he claimed: "This is the bit Charles has to work on."In his column with The Times, he wrote: "This is where Charles needs to start. Weeding out the nonsense and turning what was conceived a thousand years ago as some industrial-strength God-bothering into a bit of a party."We’ve just had the Queen’s funeral, where there was much sombreness and a lot of the baby Jesus, so we won’t be needing any more of either in what will be just a few months’ time."He went on to say: "Usually the Palace’s stuffed shirts are pretty good at reading the room.
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Piers Morgan slates Meghan and Harry for 'stealing royal family's thunder' with new photo
Piers Morgan, 57, is known for voicing his opinion on Meghan Markle, 41, and the TalkTV presenter was not letting her latest family picture go unscrutinised.The former Good Morning Britain presenter slated the Duchess of Sussex for "trying to steal the royal family's thunder" due to their photo release happening a mere 48 hours prior.Piers exclaimed: "I’d have bet gargantuan amounts of dollars that within 48 hours of Buckingham Palace releasing a new official photograph of King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and the new Prince and Princess of Wales, up would pop the renegade royal grifters with an 'official' photo of their own."He then compared Prince Harry to his brother and future King, Prince William, saying the latter is the "symbol of understated royal power".Whereas he believes Meghan and Harry to be "B-list wannabes pretending to have royal power so they can make money from it".Piers also regularly talks about the royal couple on his TalkTV Uncensored show.The presenter aired his concern last week for King Charles III in regards to his son and Suits actress wife.Piers was joined by author Katie Nicholl and royal writer Tom Bower where they discussed whether there was any way back for Meghan and Harry.The segment came after it was reported that the Duke of Sussex was making edits to his memoir, which could be released in November."It basically boils down to one question, is there any way back for these two?" the host asked.Piers soon turned his attention to Harry and Meghan's royal titles and whether they should be allowed to keep them."Charles is willing to give them their titles which are rightfully theirs," Katie weighed in.
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King Charles III under pressure to return 'Ark of Covenant' holy tablet to Ethiopia
King Charles III is under pressure to return a holy tablet that symbolises the Ark of the Covenant back to Ethiopia.The tabot, which is currently housed in Westminster Abbey, was stolen in the Battle of Magdala in 1868, when British troops attacked the forces of Emperor Tewodros II.The Ethiopian Orthodox Church believes a tabot is a holy tablet that symbolically represents the Ark of the Covenant, which is two stone tablets of the Ten Commandments, according to the Book of Exodus.READ MORE: Royal fans spot King Charles III 'hiding' something in new Royal Family portraitGeorge Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury from 1991 to 2002, said that he is “astonished and saddened” that Westminster Abbey has so far refused to return the sacred tabot to Ethiopia.Because Westminster Abbey is a Royal Peculiar, which puts it directly under the monarch’s jurisdiction, the return of the tabot to Ethiopia may require the blessing of the monarch, King Charles III, who reigns as the supreme governor of the Church of England.The Ethiopian Church has a strict belief that tabots should only be seen by priests which is why the Abbey added a covering in front of the tabot in 2010, so it is no longer visible behind the altar.An Abbey spokesperson spoke on the issue last month and said that “there are no current plans [for its return], but the future of the tabot is kept under review”.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Mr Carey further expressed his view on the subject and admitted that he is disturbed that the Church of England “has not returned a sacred object belonging to another faith and country”.The British Museum has the largest UK collection of tabots, holding 11 of them