I’M A Celeb fans became worried online about Mike Tindall after spotting a large lump on his back.
The former Rugby Union player has consistently raised eyebrows across the series with his jungle exploits, but he’s now drawn concerns.
Mike, 44, is one of the highest profile stars to compete in the 2022 series of the long-running ITV endurance show.
The fringe member of the royal family previously caused outrage among royal circles, with some experts branding his appearance as “embarrassing”.
However, the star has proved to win viewers round with his antics such as his rapping skills to Vanilla Ice’s Ice Ice Baby and Will Smith’s Boom! Shake The Room.
He also had fans in hysterics with a hilarious story involving Her Royal Highness, Princess Anne.
Whilst relaxing around the campfire, Mike revealed he once split his trousers in front of The late Queen’s daughter whilst performing a “s**t drop” at a party.
He admitted his underwear, with the words “nibble my nuts” emblazoned on them were made visible The Princess Royal at the event.
But the Rugby star has got fans concerned as they spotted a lump on his back when he recently appeared in camp.
But eagle-eyed fans of the hit ITV series couldn’t help but take to twitter to express their concerns for the star after they spotted a surreptitious lump located on his back.
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One fan wrote: “Ok but I’m constantly concerned about that golf ball sized lump on Mike Tindalls neck??? #ImACeleb.”
A second expressed: “What is the lump on Mike Tindalls upper back? I’m assuming it’s an old injury?”
Whilst a third noted: “#ImACeleb Mike Tindall has a big lump on his back, probably a sebaceous cyst.”
One viewer even appeared to pause their tv to take a picture of the lump as they asked: “What’s this lump on Mikes back? #ImACeleb.”
This comes after a friend claimed Mike is appearing on I’m A Celebrity because his work dried up in lockdown.
Sports presenter Alex Payne said that the ex-England rugby captain’s public speaking work had dried up during the pandemic.
Alex, 42, told The Sun, that Mike, 44, was not as well off as people would think — despite being married into the Royal Family through the King’s niece Zara Tindall, 41.
He said: “It’s not like he’s sitting there in a pile of money.
“He’s a guy who’s in the public eye and that’s where he earns his money.”
Alex presents The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast with Mike and James Haskell, 37.
He added: “Mike’s primary source of income is public speaking, and he goes out and does dinners.
“He’s on the sporting circuit but it’s worth remembering that the last two years haven’t been pretty much a day’s work for people in that sort of industry, entertainment and hospitality industry.”