I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! fans have theorised that campmates could be permitted from questioning Mike Tindall on aspects of the Royal Family.
The former Rugby player, who is married to Princess Anne's daughter Zara, excited fans when they realised he was getting down and dirty in the Australian jungle.
But many had hoped that Mike, 44, would share more details about the monarchy and have now theorised that he most likely isn't allowed to be questioned by others regarding his Royal connection.
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Taking to Twitter, one social media user tweeted: "I reckon the campmates were told in advance they’re not allowed to question Mike on the royal family because they’ve been way too quiet."
Replying to the post, fans seemed to agree as one responded: "I was just saying this! I reckon he’s not allowed to say anything either!"
While another fan said: "I would guess they can talk to him about royal family but ITV limited to what they are allowed to broadcast…"
Since his appearance on the show, Mike has proven to be a popular contestant amongst viewers and his campmates.
But although he hasn't an enormous amount of info on the Royals, the father of three did confess to splitting his trousers while doing a "sl*t drop" in front of Princess Anne.
Kicking off the conversation, he said: "I love a suit. My problem with suits is I over exaggerate dancing at weddings… I rip a lot of suits, trousers and stuff."
Comedian Seann Walsh giggled in response: "Course you do."
Mike then continued: "The old sl*t drop gets me every time. I went to a wedding, ripped a suit, they were like, "Oh my God, what are you going to do?" I was like, "Don’t worry I’ve got a spare."
"They were like, 'Who brings a spare suit?' Someone who rips a lot of trousers brings a spare suit."
Sharing the story to his campmates, which took place at wife Zara's 30th birthday party, Mike said: "Zara had like a 30th birthday, it was a disco 70s themed one, I was dancing on the dance floor, I had like flares on, full outfit but it was quite tight, nothing ever fits – rugby player’s bum and legs – so I was dancing with my mother-in-law and I did a sl*t drop in front of my mother-in-law."
"'Ripped my trousers, straight in front of her. It happened to be that my boxers that I had on at that time said 'nibble my nuts.'"
Princess Anne replied frankly: "I’d rather not."
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