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Princess Beatrice's rare message on social media has delighted royal fans as the private Princess breaks her tendency to shy away from Twitter.
- Princess Beatrice is a private member of the royal family who prefers to shy away from social media.
- The Princess has now broken her social media silence as she made a rare tweet in support of a family member.
- In other royal news, Prince Harry's unusual nickname for Kate Middleton revealed.
Although Princess Beatrice has a Twitter account, the royal is exceedingly private and prefers not to make statements or share much about her life on social media. However, the royal broke her social media silence recently as she decided to share a tweet in support of Mike Tindall, her cousin-in-law.
The tweet read, "He is just the greatest @miketindall13," as she showed her support for Zara's husband who has just been eliminated from the British television show, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
It is clear that many of the extended members of the Royal Family had been watching the show, and found a way to support Mike from afar.
Mike was reunited with his wife Zara as he was the eighth celebrity eliminated from the show. Zara waited at the end of a rope bridge to greet her husband as he completed his time on the show. Fans could clearly hear Mike say "I missed you so much," to his wife as he pulled her in for a tight hug after weeks of being separated.
After reuniting with his wife, Mike posted a few photos of Zara on his Instagram. "Reunited!!! ❤️ Back to normality and time to eat!!! Thanks for all the kind messages! It was a blast! #imaceleb #familytime," read one sweet caption.
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When speaking about his experience on the show with presenters Ant and Dec, Mike said, "It's been fun, that's the best thing, you can get through when the humor is good."
"Coming in I wasn't worried about the stay, or the food I'd got myself into that place. My experience was going to be what happened in camp and the trials because I knew that Mia would want me to do trials with creepy crawlies – that's just how she likes it," he said speaking about his eldest daughter Mia.
The presenters then praised him for dealing so well with a lack of food. "I think with this camp, we won a lot of full stars, so as camps goes, we were successful. If Owen had been in a camp where he only had two stars a day…!" he joked.
He was then quizzed about the pair of budgie smugglers he was seen wearing in the camp. Ant asked, "Were they yours or Zara's? The nation needs to know!" Mike jokily responded, "Hey it's always a bit of fun!"
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