News that I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! will be based in a castle in North Wales this year has left me so excited I could scream. Gwrych Castle in Abergele isn’t too far from me. And I’m tempted to book in to a B&B nearby to see if I can get a peek at the contestants. Each year I vow not to get addicted to the show, and each year I fail because I love the series so much. Harry Redknapp was my favourite contestant ever. He was such an old romantic he made his wife Sandra a star too. And when he talked of first meeting Sand, as she danced around her handbag, it reminded me of meeting my late husband Colin. And when royal correspondent Jennie Bond was buried with rats and sang a cheery tune to get through it, I could have eaten her on a butty. There’s no way I could put myself through the trials. I’d never eat sheep’s testicles or put a cockroach in my mouth – I’d heave. And if I had to use the dunny I’d have a funny turn (especially if we enter a second wave of coronavirus and… Read full this story
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