It has been rumoured that Mike Tindall will be participating this year.
If this is true, the former rugby player will make history as the first member of the royal family to appear on the popular ITV show, which will return to its original setting in Australia for its November-to-mid-December run.
After two years of production in Gwrych Castle in north Wales during the Covid-19 outbreak, ITV has already confirmed that the reality TV show is returning to Australia.
Mia, 8, Lena, 4, and Lucas, 1, are Mike Tindall and Zara Tindall’s three children. Zara is the daughter of Princess Anne.
Besides Boy George and Seann Walsh, DJ Chris Moyles has also been mentioned as joining the cast.
Mike’s close buddy and The Good, The Bad, and The Rugby co-star James Haskell may have convinced him to go on the show.
Previously, Mike had commented on his friend’s casting: “It’s absurd to think of the number of famous people who use that service. Haskell is on board, and I can’t wait to see where he goes from here. And I pray they actually do give it to him…”
Look at me, I made it big! will not be Mike’s first time on a reality show; he appeared on The Jump in 2015.
When asked about his appearances on the program, he freely admitted: “I didn’t give much thought to the attention The Jump may get; I just love skiing.
To my surprise, they’ll pay me to take ski lessons and teach me how to do it the right way, so I won’t have to go through that embarrassing phase with my peers on the nursery slopes.”