Mike and James were both dressed in very revealing swimwear, while Alex kept his clothes on as he was dressed as a sailor.
The three were advertising their upcoming stint on board a GBR cruise ship where they are bringing 4,000 rugby fans to create the ultimate “fan zone” out at sea.
Underneath a Titanic-inspired video also filmed to promote the cruise Mike wrote: “The GBR Cruise is departing soon. That’s right. Me, Hask & Payno will be setting sail with @infinitysportstravel for two of the biggest weekends of Rugby World Cup action.
“From live shows and watch parties, to Q&As and DJ Sets – it’s going to be an EPIC time in the heart of Marseille. Head to www.infinitysportstravel.com/gbr to book today.#rwc2023 #rugbyworldcup.”
In January this year, Mike also stripped down to his swimming gear to raise awareness for Doddie Aid, a fundraising campaign aimed at helping those with motor neurone disease.
Mike has even launched his own range of budgie smugglers after sharing his love for them during his sting on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! last year.
Created in aid of Cure Parkinsons, one of the designs features the slogan Nibble My Nuts, which he explained had an embarrassing link to his mother-in-law Princess Anne.
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He told the story: “I love a suit but my problem with them is that I over-exaggerate when I dance, I end up ripping lots of trousers and stuff.
“Zara had like a 30th birthday – it was a disco, 70s-themed one and I was dancing with a pair of flares on, it was the full outfit and was quite tight because nothing ever fits over a rugby player’s bum and legs.
“So I was dancing and I did a **** drop in front of Anne – ripped my trousers straight in front of her.
“It also just happened that the boxers I had on had ‘Nibble my nuts’ written on them. And, as I’ve turned round, Anne’s gone: ‘I’d really rather not, Mike’.”
At the Coronation Concert on May 7, Mike and Zara were spotted dancing along to acts such as Lionel Richie, Take That and Katy Perry, with Mike admitting he was so “enthusiastic” he broke his Union Jack flag.
Reflecting on the celebrations on his podcast, Mr Tindall said: “You can’t hear Lionel Richie sing ‘All Night Long’ and not get up and dance.
“The worst thing was, with everything else, where you’re going, ‘Yeah I’ll get up and dance to this,’ and I was like ‘Is the King not going to stand up?’ because it takes a brave man to go out there [and do that].”
He added: “I broke my flag; I was that enthusiastic. I did think at one point, ‘I really want to dance right now, and if I get up and sort of get into a ****drop, rip my trousers off… we knew that Kermit was coming at some point, and I was like, ‘Could I dance with Kermit the frog?’… I enjoyed myself.”