I’m A Celebrity 2022: ‘We Really Need Daddy Hugs’ Mike Tindall Receives Sweet Note from Wife Zara and His Three Kids, Emotional Camp Buddy Letters From Home receive
Mike Tindall, on Sunday night’s episode of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here, received a letter from home in the jungle.
Camp buddies received treats after successfully completing a series of challenges with their teams.
Mike’s wife Zara sent him a sweet note from Mike’s three children, Mia, 8, Lena, 4, and boy Lucas, 21 months, and Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver sent him a message. read aloud to
No Family: Mike Tindall, on Sunday night’s episode of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here Received a Letter from Home in the Jungle
“Hey, my dear, we really need a hug from Daddy because we miss you, but I’m glad you shared it with your camp mates.
“The girls enjoy sports and are immersed in everything they do right now. The little guy is loving life, breaking it up and learning a few new words. Z, M, L, Lx’
Campmates from I’m A Celebrity were told they had to compete over letters from home.
Missing Him: Mike’s wife Zara sent him a letter from her and their three children, Mia, 8, Lena, 4, and their 21-month-old boy, Lucas.
Home: Mike broke down in tears after getting an update on his three young children from Zara.
Reporting from Laminate, A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlett Douglas told Camp:
“There are 10 blocks in this box, each representing a letter from a celebrity. increase.
She added: Good luck with your letter as it hangs in the balance.
A fan favorite: The current camp leader showed rare emotional signs as he read every letter aloud at camp.
Challenge Completion: I’m A Celebrity campmates were told they had to compete for letters from home
Comedian Seann Walsh said in the Bush Telegraph:
It was decided that Sue, Boy George and Chris would play first.
Upon arriving at the challenge area, Chris read out a series of instructions.
‘The celebrities who have their blocks balanced at the end of that time will win a letter from home.
The final team: retired footballer Jill Scott, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner and Scarlett arrived to complete the challenge with 37 minutes remaining.
“However, even if you put your own block, it’s still not balanced because other celebrities can knock the block off as they place theirs.”
The second team of comedian Babatunde Aleshe, rugby player Mike Tindall, politician Matt and funny Sean arrived with 46 minutes remaining.
Matt ran the beam several times and was able to place one block and rearrange the others. They stopped in two blocks on the beam.
Retired footballer Jill Scott, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner and Scarlett arrived to complete the challenge with 37 minutes remaining. They completed it in 14 minutes and everyone celebrated by jumping over beams.
The good news: they completed it in 14 minutes and everyone jumped over beams to celebrate.