Zara Phillips wants for Strictly
Britain's Zara Phillips is being lined up to take part in 'Strictly Come Dancing' by co-host Tess Daly, who thinks she'll be great on the show.
Zara Phillips is being lined up to take part in 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The blonde royal - the queen's eldest granddaughter - is wanted by co-host Tess Daly to take part in the BBC One show as she thinks Zara would be a great addition.
She said: "Zara Phillips is a Strictly fan and would be amazing. I think she'd be really committed and people would get behind her. If she says yes, that would be fantastic."
The show is currently in its 10th series and will return to TV screens late next year.
It was recently revealed Zara - who won a team silver medal in the three-day eventing at the London 2012 Olympics this summer - is to take part in TV quiz show 'League of Their Own'.
The 31-year-old star will appear as a guest panellist on the Sky 1 HD programme - which features two celebrity panels who compete for points when asked sporting quiz questions - and host James Corden admits the success of the show meant the blonde equestrian didn't need to be asked twice to star on the series.
He said: "The show is so popular now we don't have to convince people to come on. We didn't have to convince Zara."
Last month, Zara - who is married to rugby player Mike Tindall - appeared on Channel 4 programme 'The Million Pound Drop' with boxer Anthony Joshua.