Harry Redknapp Crowned King Of 'I'm A Celeb' 2018 Jungle

Noel Edmonds

'They've pulled me up hills, they've dragged me through the water, ' he laughed.

She shared a candid picture of herself posing inside the iconic campsite with her three children - Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and four-year-old Chester - alongside the caption: "Thank you for having us".

He also proved to be a worthy contestant when it came to Bushtucker trials, tackling an assault course, getting covered in rats and eating "delicacies" like a sheep's brain.

Atack said she was "honoured" to be in the final two with Redknapp.

He will reunite with Declan Donnelly, 43, for the Britain's Got Talent auditions in January and will host the live shows later in the year, according to The Sun.

Emily added of her experience: "I've learned I can survive in the jungle so i feel like I can do anything".

A delighted, exhausted Redknapp said without his friends in the jungle he wouldn't have survived the epic adventure.

Emily Atack said: "Everything I have in my life I appreciate so much and will never take any of that for granted again". "I've just learned to accept who I am".

Barrowman was emotional as he left the camp, and explained it was "a bit of relief and a bit of excitement".

"There wasn't one person I could ever say one single bad word about". It's probably one of the best things I've done.

The trio had to each carry out a final trial in order to win treats for their last supper together, after 23 days in the jungle.

Atack had to wear a helmet filled with insects while Redknapp's trial saw him trapped in an underground chamber while rats and bugs ran over him in the pitch black.

Barrowman had to eat a range of gruesome items like worms, a dead spider, goats' eyes and a bull's penis.

Redknapp, who follows in the footsteps of previous winners such as Gino D'Acampo and Georgia Toffolo, said: "My grandkids will be jumping around the living room now".

As the final ended, Donnelly thanked Willoughby, who filled in for his usual presenting partner Ant McPartlin this year. It's been unbelievable. My mates all said: "You'll last two days Harry".



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