Mr Tindall will become the first member of the Royal Family to take part in the show in its 20 year history.
However, the former England international has admitted that it will be his family that he misses the most during his time in the antipoden jungle.
The former outside centre has a podcast called The Good, The Bad and The Rugby where he has given away details of life inside the firm.
During an interview before going into the I’m A Celeb camp, Mr Tindall hinted about how he might talk about his royal relatives during his time on the show.
Mike and Zara Tindall at Royal Ascot earlier this year
Mike Tindall in a promotional shot for I’m a Celeb get me out of here
When the 44 year old was asked the biggest misconception that he would like to dispel before going onto the show he responded in a mysterious and cryptic way.
He said: “Nothing. I am an open book.”
Mr Tindall married Zara – the daughter of Princess Anne – in 2011.
They have three children Mia, eight, Lena, four, and one-year-old Lucas.
Mike Tindall with the other I’m a celeb contestants
Mike and Zara with the Queen and Prince Philip in 2006
However, it is thought that, despite his status, that Mr Tindall would have had to discuss his appearance with the firm.
Mr Tindall flew to Australia last week ahead of filming for the show, which starts on ITV at 9pm Sunday.
He would join 80s pop legend Boy George former Radio 1 presenter Chris Moyles, Love Island’s Olivia Attwood and Owen Warner from Hollyoaks.
Wendall Sailor attempts to tackle Mike Tindall during the 2003 world cup final
It was announced on Monday that disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock would be completing the line up earning him the wrath of Tory grandees and the withdrawal of the party whip.
Mr Tindall has his own found memories of Australia winning the rugby world cup there in November 2003 after beating the host nation 20-17 after extra time in Sydney.
He also met Zara during the tournament at the Manly Wharf bar in Sydney during the tournament when the royal was on a gap year,
Source: EXPRESS CO UK