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I'm A Celebrity's Mike Tindall says family 'haven't fully made decision' on supporting him
Mike Tindall, 44, discussed whether his family would be coming out to support him during his time in the jungle.The sports star, who is married to Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall, 41, is beginning his journey on the ITV show I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! this Sunday.Ahead of his stint on the popular reality show, Mike was asked whether Zara and the rest of his family would be coming out to support him or whether they had offered any words of advice.He said: "We’re not entirely sure yet, we haven’t fully made that decision and it’s probably how deep into the show we go.“And we have some work out here, so if it got to the end then hopefully she’d be able to come out and get some vitamin D,” he added in reference to wife Zara. Mike admitted he got emotional when he said goodbye to his wife and kids, Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one, on the Royal Estate, even shedding a tear.  Mike said: "Obviously, it’s difficult but the saving grace is going to a country that we know very well, and Zara understands and gets it and that makes it a lot easier.”The star then went on to confess he actually hoped to see more signs of sadness from his beloved children."It’s one of those things with the kids,” he explained. “I’ve had a couple of phone calls while I’ve been here. “They say they’re going to miss you when you leave but when you ring them, they’re like, ‘Hi dad, bye.’ “Then they are off doing whatever they do,” he continued.
Lizzie Cundy is 'not a fan' of Oprah Winfrey since Meghan Markle's bombshell interview
Meghan Markle, 41, since she and Prince Harry decided to take a step back from royal duties in 2020.She has admitted to that she is "not a fan" of Oprah Winfrey anymore since the talk show host came out after the Queen died to share her "surprise" over the bombshell interview.Lizzie appears on various talk shows including TalkTV and This Morning to discuss her opinions on her former friend asked Lizzie what she thought of how Oprah came across after her bombshell interview with Meghan and Harry last year.Lizzie claimed: "There have been a lot of things that were said that haven't been true."You know, Oprah has even come out and she's kind of backtracked from the interview and it's a shame she didn't say this before because she's kind of backtracking."She said, 'Well I didn't know it was going to be a bombshell interview', well, actually it advertised as a bombshell interview!"Lizzie fumed: "I don't think they're being truthful with that and I used to be a big fan of Oprah but I'm not now."I kind of thought, well I wished you had come out and said that after the interview instead of leaving it till after the Queen's passed away."Lizzie is referring to Oprah's appearance on CBS news when she discussed the interview with Gayle King just days after news broke that Queen Elizabeth II had died.Oprah confessed: "I was as surprised by the bombshell as everybody else."I was doing an interview to offer them a platform to tell their story about why they left, and my number one intention was just clarity on 'why did you leave?'"And so some of the things that were revealed in that interview came as a surprise to me and those surprises are now referred to as 'bombshell’, but I didn’t set out to do a
Deal or No Deal's Howie Mandel defends Meghan Markle from 'big hoopla' over 'bimbo' remark
Meghan Markle following her comments about her time on the show.The Duchess of Sussex was once a briefcase model on the US game show in 2006.The Canadian comedian, who hosted the show until 2019, addressed Meghan's comments in a new interview with US Weekly.It came after the actress admitted why she stopped working as a model for the show.“I didn’t like feeling forced to be all looks and little substance,” Meghan said.“And that’s how it felt for me at the time being reduced to this specific archetype: the word bimbo.”Howie expressed sympathies with Meghan, explaining he didn't fully enjoy hosting the show either.He said he felt like he was only there to tell women to “open up cases”.“I felt like nothing,” he told the publication.“And that’s why I’ve moved on and become a judge on America’s Got Talent. "I just needed more than to be a Deal or No Deal host.”The host then praised Meghan for "speaking her mind" and justified her comments.He also noted that he didn’t think that she was “maligning” the show, before describing some of the responsibilities that the models had on it.“Unlike most shows up until that point, the ladies had more to do,” the Little Monsters star continued. He concluded by arguing that Meghan wasn't "complaining" about her time on the show.Howie said she was merely trying to explain how she didn't feel fulfilled.It comes after Prince Harry's wife received a lot of criticism, not least from former co-star Claudia Jordan. Claudia said the show never treated them "like bimbos" but instead gave them a lot of opportunities.On her Archetypes podcast a few weeks ago, Meghan explained how the women on the show were forced to "line up" for beauty treatments.She said: “We were even given spray-tan vouchers each
King Charles hires law professor as he prepares to wield axe to monarchy
King Charles III has reportedly hired a law professor as part of his new team to streamline the Royal Family.Charles is said to have hired Dr John Sorabji, a law lecturer at University College London (UCL) and former barrister at Nine St John Chambers, who is reported to be playing a supporting role to the King's private secretary, Sir Clive Alderton, the Daily Mirror reports.According to one source, Dr Sorabji was a "super smart" man and would become a key aspect in "building and strengthening" the King's court.READ MORE: Prince Harry faces tense reunion with royals as 'King will choose Camilla' over sonSources previously claimed that Charles has been preparing for his reign as King for a while now and has taken aim at slimming down the monarchy as a key project.While Charles is focused on his shake-up of the Royal Family, Queen Consort Camilla has plans of her own.A couple of the ladies-in-waiting were to retire following the death of Queen Elizabeth, as they are in their 80s as its predicted that Camilla will get rid of the role of ladies-in-waiting completely.Camilla will look to do away with the long-standing tradition as she aims to modernise the monarchy.Marlene Koenig, a historian who has studied the Royal Family for several years, said: "There are some positions that may no longer be filled.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here."You wonder if the women, especially Queen Camilla, will use ladies-in-waiting as the Queen did.