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Mike Tindall is behind Matt Hancock's I'm A Celeb WhatsApp group snub, Scarlette admits
A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas, 35, has added fuel to the fire of feud rumours swirling around her I'm A Celeb campmates; Mike Tindall, 44, and Matt Hancock, 44.Scarlette revealed the 2022 I’m A Celebrity stars have already created a group chat to stay in touch after the grand finale, and exiting the Australian jungle to return to their normal lives.However, the disgraced MP is noticeably absent from the cast’s WhatsApp group at present, and has not yet been invited to join.Scarlette spilled that Matt’s exclusion from the chat is down to royal family member Mike, who is the group admin.Discussing how she is keeping in contact with her former campmates at the UK premiere of Will Smith’s upcoming film Emancipation on Friday, Scarlette also hinted that Matt may just be "too busy" to join the WhatsApp group at the moment.She said: "I’m not the admin of that WhatsApp group so if Mike (Tindall) wants to invite him he absolutely can, but it’s not me to put the invitation out so we’ll see what happens."He might be busy you never know, he’s doing a lot of stuff, he’s got a lot of press coming up so he might be too busy."Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for Mike for comment.Despite the apparent WhatsApp snub, Scarlette has insisted that she and her I’m A Celeb pals will be reuniting again soon."We’ve all said when we can, because we’re all over the country, we’ll get together and have a meal for Owen because he loves food," the Channel 4 presenter said. Scarlette also teased group plans to go and see their co-stars, comedians Seann Walsh and Babatunde Aleshe, perform on stage when they return to their stand-up tours.“Ultimately we’re all going to try and stay in touch, which is important,” the campmate
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Steve Backshall's cheeky request to Princess Anne as he he admits she took him by surprise
Princess Anne at Windsor Castle, where he was supported by his mum. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the wildlife expert reflected on the cheeky words he said to the royal as she expressed her interest in his projects. He said of the moment: "It was amazing, the most incredible thing was she, I mean clearly had been given research by someone, but she knew who I was and talked through all my projects."We ended up chattering away about some of the places we had been to."I even asked her if she'd like to buy a part of the rainforests for me as part of one of my charities which gave her a really good chuckle."Matt Hancock's partner Gina lands at Heathrow without I'm A Celeb star"We got on famously."Steve added: "For someone like me from humble beginnings being there at Windsor Castle is something I won't forget."The BBC star chose his mum as his guest on the day instead of his wife Helen Glover."Just seeing my mum and being able to say thank you in that way, was special."That's certainly something that I'll hold with me for a long time."Steve's wife was appointed MBE in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to rowing.The sports star received her medal from Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.The presenter said he would've loved to have met the Queen, but is happy his wife was honoured by her.English and Welsh WAGs cheer on their men at World Cup 2022 in Qatar [PICTURED]Mike Tindall stays in Australia with Zara sharing loved-up snap [LATEST]Rod Stewart's heartbreak after losing 'best mates' in two months [RIP]"That's one of the highlights of her career achivements," he continued.During our chat, Steve also discussed his thoughts on I'm A Celebrity...
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Mike Tindall sets record straight on wife Zara's role in his I'm a Celeb Budgie Smugglers
Mike Tindall, 44, has just launched his very own range of Budgie Smugglers with all proceeds going directly to Cure Parkinson's charity.The I'm a Celeb star has shared a snap of his limited edition range, which he revealed his team had been working on while he was in camp.This left the rugby professional to set the record straight on his royal wife Zara Tindall's exact role in the wardrobe item.Mike shared a short video on Instagram in view of his 443,000 followers, showing off his latest venture.The video started with a clip of him talking to Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold, who quizzed him on turning the Budgie Smugglers into a business venture.Richard said: "Mike, obviously speaking, who's ripened into the third and final act of his life..."Will you be launching a range of your own Budgie Smugglers that perhaps even I could pull off?"Mike laughs: "I've actually just shown the room a pair I might have knocked up already!"Two pairs of trunks are available, with one having a leafy green patterned background and the other featuring a more scenic print of the jungle skies.On both pairs, the front has Vanilla Mike emblazoned across it.The back of the blue pair reads: "These are not my wife's..."While the other reads: "Nibble my nuts."The royal captioned the post: "The team have been busy while I have been away... you can now order a very limited edition run of GBR ‘Nibble my Nuts’ and ‘These are not my wife's budgies @budgysmuggleruk."All profits will go to Cure Parkinson’s (@cureparkinsons)."Many social media users rushed to the comments to express their gratitude for the kind gesture.Lynnex1690 said: "Fantastic charity Mike.