Awkward Moment Mike Tindall Is Quizzed About Prince Harry

Awkward Moment Mike Tindall Is Quizzed About Prince Harry

Mike Tindall has admitted the Royal Family’s first Christmas without the Queen will be ‘very different’ as he dodged any questions about Prince Harry following the Royal Family’s amazing Netflix documentary.

The Royal Family will spend the festive season at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk for the first time since the Queen’s death at the age of 96 in September.

Despite being reportedly invited to the celebrations, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to spend Christmas at their California home after unleashing new bombshells on the firm with their Netflix docuseries earlier this month.

Mike shared his family’s festive plans in the latest episode of his podcast The Good, The Bad & The Rugby, which he co-hosts with James Haskell and Alex Payne.

While filming a Christmas special of the show for YouTube, Mike – who appeared on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here earlier this month – was seen dressed in a Santa hat and wrapped in a strand of gold tinsel.

When asked by host Alex Payne if Christmas would be “very different” for the royals, Mike replied, “Yeah, it probably will be.” I don’t know exactly, I’m really looking forward to it.

“It is clear that a lot is changing, there are a lot of firsts.”

This year marks the first time King Charles has given a Christmas speech to the nation – something the Queen did every year of her 70-year reign.

James Haskell then brazenly brought up the subject of the Duke of Sussex, jokingly asking if the family would play ‘pin the tail on Prince Harry’ in his absence.

Mike refused to answer the question and remained with a frosty face as James joked that the royals could put Harry’s face on a pinata instead.

In response, Mike said he didn’t miss his co-hosts “diving around with where they’re going with stories” when he was in Australia’s I’m a Celeb jungle.

Later in the episode, Mike reveals what his 20-month-old son Lucas wants for Christmas.

Mike gave an adorable insight into everyday family life in the Tindall household, revealing that his youngest child is fascinated by the contents of the family fridge in their Gloucester home.

While James explains that he will be giving his daughter Bodhi a box full of wrapping paper for the next two years, Mike said he should consider gifting a bag of frozen peas instead.

Mike said, “That’s all Lucas wants. A bag of frozen peas [to] pour out on the floor.

“He’s got a playroom full of stuff — not interested. [He’ll] go to the fridge, take out all the milk, try to crack the bottle, spill everything on the floor.”

Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped new blows to the royal family when the final episodes of their Netflix documentary were released.

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