news I’m A Celebrity 2022: Mike Tindall receives letter from home from wife Zara
I'm A Celebrity 2022: 'We're really needing some dad hugs' Mike Tindall receives sweet note from wife Zara and his three children as emotional campmates win letters from homeBy
Joanna Crawley For Mailonline Published: 5:14 PM EST, 20 November 2022 | Updated: 17:51 EST, 20 November 2022 Mike Tindall received his letter from home in the I'm A Celebrity...
Get Me Out Of Here jungle on Sunday night's episode.The campmates received the treats after successfully completing a series of challenges in teams.Mike's wife Zara sent him a
sweet note from her and their three children Mia, eight, Lena, four, and baby boy Lucas, 21 months, which Coronation Street star Suce Cleaver read to him. Missing his family: Mike
Tindall received his letter from home in the I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here jungle on Sunday night's episode 'Hi my love, we are missing you so much and really needing some
dad hugs, but glad you're sharing them with your campmates,' Zara wrote.'The girls are enjoying sports and throwing themselves into everything at the moment and the little man is
loving life, smashing it up, learning some new words. Z, M, L and L. x'The I'm A Celebrity campmates were told they would need to compete for each other's letters from home.
Missing him: Mike's wife Zara sent him a sweet note from her and their three children Mia, eight, Lena, four, and baby boy Lucas, 21 months Home: Mike got teary as he got the
update from Zara on their three young childrenDelivering news from a laminate, A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas told camp: 'Celebrities, today you'll be playing for
each other's letters from home.'In this box are 10 blocks, each representing a letter for one celebrity. You should now decide which celebrity you wish to play for. Once decided
you will then take on the challenge in three teams.'She added: 'Select carefully as the challenge will get progressively harder. Good luck, as your letters are hanging in the
balance.' Fan favorite: The current camp leader showed a rare sign of emotional as all the letters were read aloud in camp Challenge complete: The I'm A Celebrity campmates were
told they would need to compete for each other's letters from homeComedian Seann Walsh said in the Bush Telegraph: 'You could see how much it meant to everyone and I don't want to
be the person that lets someone else down.'It was decided Sue, Boy George and Chris would play first.Arriving at the challenge area, Chris read out a laminate of instructions: 'The
aim of the game is for all three teams to balance their blocks on the beam within 60 minutes. 'The celebrities whose blocks are balanced at the end of that time will win a letter