‘I have friends in high places’: Mike Tindall pokes fun at his royal connections as he stars in an ad for DOMINO’S ahead of rumoured I’m a Celeb appearance
- Mike Tindall has poked fun at his royal connections during a Domino’s advert
- The husband of the King’s niece Zara starred in the pizza delivery commercial
- It comes after rumours he will appear on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here
Mike Tindall has poked fun at his royal connections during an advert for a pizza delivery company.
The husband of the King’s niece Zara and former rugby international, 43, starred in an ad for Domino’s.
It comes after rumours he will appear on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
The ad stars Tindall and his former England teammate and fellow The Good The Bad And The Rugby podcaster James Haskell.
Mike Tindall has poked fun at his royal connections during an advert for pizza delivery company Domino’s (pictured)
During the pizza delivery commercial he helps out former England rugby teammate James Haskell by delivery pizzas to him
During the ad Tindall jokes that he has ‘a man who owed me big, he owes me huge’.
Later he adds he has ‘friends in high places’.
Haskell also jokes about Tindall’s medals during the adevrt that sees former Rugby star Tindall save the day by bringing Domino’s pizzas to a party.
Tindall arrives on the ad in style as he flies in with a helicopter to greet his old teammate.
Mike has previously been dubbed the Royal Family’s ‘secret weapon’ and the ‘cool, fun uncle’ after impressing fans during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, where he dutifully accompanied his wife to several events over the four-day weekend.
Tindall is rumoured to apear on the next series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and is seen as the royal family’s ‘secret weapon’
The advert also sees Haskell poke fun at Tindall for wearing medals, which he did during the procession for the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II into Westminster Hall in September
The father-of-three entertained an unruly Prince Louis, four, during the Platinum Pageant in June, and appeared in typically jovial spirits throughout the celebrations, where he was on hand to help out with all the royal children.
Mike, his wife, their children, Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one, and Princess Anne are often spotted out and about enjoying family days out together whenever keen equestrian Zara is performing in a horse show.
The former rugby ace and Zara, who were first introduced at the 2003 World Cup, enjoy a ‘normal’ life – at least within royal circles – and live with their daughters and son in relative privacy.
If he does appear in this year’s series of I’m a Celeb, Mike will follow in the footsteps of his fellow podcaster James, who was in the 2019 series.
During his stay in the camp, James, 37, bonded with fellow campmates Jacqueline Jossa, who went on to win the show, Kate Garraway and Caitlyn Jenner before being booted out by the public following disagreements with comedian Andrew Maxwell.