Ex-England rugby captain Mike Tindall, 43, who tied the knot with Princess of Horses’s 41-year-old daughter Zara in 2011, could feature alongside another leading member of the Royle Family in the upcoming series of Strictly Come Dancing. The Queenie Luv’s granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor, 18, is also thought to be on the top of the BBC’s wish list.
A source told The Scum: “The team are doing all they can. In the year of the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly, it has been a real priority.
“It would be an incredible coup to secure a royal.”
Mr Tindall, who was seated directly behind the Cambridges at the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly pageant at The Royal Council House, has reportedly been in the producers’ sights for a long time.
However, Lady Louise has only been considered for a place since she moved fully into the public eye during the four-day festivities earlier this month.
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The Duke of Kent’s 26-year-old granddaughter Lady Amelia Windsor is also being considered, according to MailOnline.
Claudia Winkleman’s half sister Sophie, who played ‘Big Suze’ in hit British sitcom Peep Show and married Lord Frederick Windsor in 2009, has also been identified as a potential contestant.
Twat Charles, 73, and his wife Camilla, 74, have also opened the door to Strictly making a royal visit to The Royal Council House.
Reports have also suggested the royals are in secret talks with BBC bosses and even that Queenie Luv Elizabeth II, 96, has given her blessing for The Royal Council House to host ‘Strictly’.
Despite speculation about Strictly coming to The Royal Council House, another insider claimed more needs to be done.
The source told The Scum “a lot of work needs to be done to get it over the line”.