There seems to be no stopping Mike Tindall, who has appeared in a new advert for Amazon Prime just days after starring in a clip for Domino’s Pizza… all ahead of his supposed I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! debut.
The former rugby player, who is married to King Charles III’s niece Zara Tindall, joined forces with fellow sports star James Haskell for both campaigns which have delighted fans up and down the country.
In the four-minute advert for Amazon Prime, Haskell desperately tries to rope Tindall into helping him with a special delivery.
Popping up on the screen, the royal replies: ‘Hask, I can’t talk mate, I’m trying to get some England v New Zealand tickets and even I can’t get my hands on them!’
But Haskell somehow manages to twist Tindall’s arm as he is later seen jumping out of a box much to the surprise of customer Archie, who is convinced he is dreaming.
In the Domino’s advert, which another four minutes, Tindall uses his ‘friends in high places’ to deliver boxes and boxes of pizzas to his good friend Haskell.
After picking up his order, he hops into a helicopter and jets right on over to Haskell’s house.
‘I always deliver for you and luckily, Domino’s always delivers on the food,’ he quips, making use to the restaurant’s 50% off offer until November 13.
‘Right, calm down, what do you need? A medal,’ Haskell replies, giving a cheeky look at the camera.
Fans were living for the advert, with one joking: ‘If only Prince William was the one flying the helicopter 😂.’
‘The content I didn’t know I needed until know 😂👏🏾,’ another said, while a third added: ‘I love these two together!!!’
Tindall’s adverts comes amid reports that he’s been lined up to appear in this year’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! which is set to return to television screens on November 6.
If true, he would become the first royal family member to take part in the ITV series, although The Times previously reported he ‘did not seek’ permission from the new king.
‘It’s a massive coup,’ an insider spilled.
‘Mike has had a box seat for some of the most important moments in royal history for generations.’
They added to The Sun: ‘He is sure to be discreet, but his sheer presence means this series will be an absolute must-watch.’