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'Underused' Mike Tindall joining I'm A Celeb is 'clever move', says royal expert
I'm A Celeb has been dubbed a smart move by a royal expert who claims the rugby star has been "underused" by the monarchy.It follows reports the ex-England rugby ace, who is married to the late Queen's grand-daughter Zara Tindall, is set to ditch his life of luxury for a stint in the ITV jungle.It would make Mike the first member of the royal family to brave the jungle, but royal expert Duncan Larcombe reckons the "vast majority" of the monarchy would tune in to watch him.READ MORE:Piers Morgan brands Mike Tindall 'most fun royal' and tips him to win I'm A CelebHowever, the regal buff refuted reports by The Times that Mike did not seek permission from King Charles to take part in the reality show.He told Metro: "I think it’s hard to believe that Mike and Zara, who would have made this decision together, would have agreed to this without checking with the new king," adding: "That is a piece of family protocol."The expert went on to claim that Mike likely would have joined the jungle "years ago" had he not met Zara and that the palace wouldn't have an issue with the stint.He continued: "The reason I don’t have a problem with it and why I don’t think the palace would either is the fact that Mike Tindall won a Rugby World Cup. He has a successful broadcasting career and this is about him being an ex-rugby player, and plenty of them have been in the jungle."Later on, Larcombe dubbed Tindall was a "huge asset" who has been "really underused by the Royals".The expert added: "He’s been on the scene as long as the Princess of Wales .
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Meghan and Harry risk provoking 'Queen's wrath' during upcoming UK visit
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry risk provoking the Queen's wrath during an upcoming visit to the UK, according to one royal commentator.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will conduct a number of engagements on this side of the Atlantic early next month.Royal expert Duncan Larcombe says the rare visit will be "incredibly high-profile" and could give the appearance that the couple are "back doing royal jobs".READ MORE: 'Arrogant' Prince Harry and Meghan Markle running out of friends in the Royal FamilyThe pair are "pushing their luck" and could provoke backlash from the royal family, he claims - especially from the Queen herself.Duncan wrote for The Daily Beast: “To the casual observer, especially overseas and even more especially in America, this will look like Harry and Meghan are back doing royal jobs, especially given that one of the gigs Harry is doing is the WellChild awards for sick children, which he always used to do when he actually was a working royal."“It will be incredibly high-profile.”He added: “They will be all over the media, and you won’t be able to put a cigarette paper between what Harry and Meghan are doing and what Will and Kate are doing. It’s a calculated provocation on their part."They are seriously pushing their luck and risking the wrath of the Queen.”Royal expert Kinsey Schofield also claimed the trip may not help the strained royal relations.