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I'm A Celeb's Mike Tindall 'under investigation for Covid rule breach' after joking with staff

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I'm A Celebrity campmate Mike Tindall is reportedly being investigated for potentially breaching the show's strict Covid-19 rules.The husband of Zara Tindall is said to have potentially broken the regulations as he was snapped joking around with a member of the crew.According to reports, cast and crew have to keep at least two metres apart at all times, however, the 44-year-old was pictured giggling while he seemingly caught the female worker off guard and pretended to throw her off the pier inbetween shooting scenes for the ITV show.A source has since claimed: "All crew are told to stay two metres apart from cast members, which is a Covid regulation.

Sound and security, who do tests, are the only people that can come into contact with the celebrities." The crew are also reportedly told to wear face coverings to prevent an outbreak and the female member of crew was seen wearing a black mask over her nose and mouth.

The insider told the Daily Mail: "Mike having physical contact with the assistant producer was a rule break and he shouldn't have approached her." The crew member is said to have been "completely taken by surprise" by the joke.

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