The former Lioness, who emerged as the favorite to win the reality show this week, is a friend of Prince William.
The couple share a longtime joke after Scott slipped and accidentally knocked him down at a charity event.
She previously said: “It goes back to about 10 years ago when we had a charity event and I slipped and tackled him to the side and basically wiped him out.
“The running joke whenever he sees us is, ‘No yellow cards for this tournament Jill! “.”
But Scott faces former rugby player Mike Tindall, who is married to Prince William’s cousin Zara Tindall.
And the heir to the throne was bluntly asked which of the two he would like to win by visiting a military base.
The future King was visiting RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire when he was picked up by Corporal Rachael Howes, who met him when he met RAF staff at the base involved in the sport while opened the new base boxing club.
Corporal Howes, who plays for Coningsby’s women’s football team, said: “I asked him who he wanted to win, lioness Jill Scott or her relative Mike Tindall.
The prince smiled and was heard saying, “That’s tricky,” but diplomatically he didn’t pick a winner.
Loose Women star Charlene White was the first celebrity to be dropped from the show on Friday November 18, after public voting opened for the first time on Thursday.
But while Scott, who is the bookmakers’ favorite to win, will safely continue on the show, it hasn’t been a totally winning week for the 35-year-old.
She had an unfortunate experience on Thursday when she got a cockroach stuck in her ear during one of the show’s infamous bushtucker trials.
Scott, who retired this summer after winning the Women’s Euro 2022, has teamed up with soap actor Owen Warner and Mike Tindall to complete a series of funfair-inspired challenges on the ITV reality show .
After the trial, Scott told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly: “I have a cockroach stuck in my ear.”
As the doctor rushed to pull him out, she said, “Come into the jungle, they said, that would be fun.”
It comes 11 years after Olympic gold medalist Fatima Whitbread got a cockroach stuck in her nose after suffering a time trial wearing a plastic helmet filled with creatures on the ITV reality show.
McPartlin said: “Jill, that was bigger than the one Fatima Whitbread had in her nose!”
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