Mike Tindall has been voted off 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.
The 44-year-old former England rugby star has become the latest camp mate to leave the ITV show, leaving Matt Hancock, Owen Warner and Jill Scott to battle it out for the 'I'm a Celebrity' crown.
After his exit was confirmed, Mike told hosts Ant and Dec: "I’m good. It’s been a long time. I can feel my body was getting ready ... I’m pretty comfortable with it."
The former sportsman - who has been married to Zara Tindall, the niece of King Charles, since 2011 - loved his time in the jungle and explained that his positive attitude helped him to overcome the challenge.
He said: "It’s been a lot of laughs. That’s the best thing. You can get through anything when the humour is good."
Mike also revealed that he'd mentally prepared himself for the challenge before he entered the jungle.
The World Cup-wining star explained: "Before I went in, I imagined the worst case scenario. Then you can deal with everything that’s coming at you.
"The only time I almost had a little wobble was when we had the nighttime challenge. But then Seann had a wobble, and I could just go back to focus on [helping] Seann."
Earlier in the show, meanwhile, Mike accused Matt of trying to to influence 'I'm a Celebrity' voters.
He said: "Matt’s making sure his T-shirt and his phone numbers are on display at all times. Matt clearly wants to win.
"Have you noticed someone’s been advertising themselves? Matt’s been putting all his stuff with ‘Matt’ and the phone number pointing at cameras."