I’m A Superstar’s AJ Pritchard has spoken out after lastly discovering out in regards to the demise of his nan final week.
After his elimination from the Welsh castle last night, Strictly star AJ was informed that his grandmother, Angela Gratton, had died on Friday on the age of 93.
Because of this, host Lorraine Kelly was one of many first to share her condolences to AJ, as he known as into her chat present this morning, calling in from Carden Park in Cheshire now he’s out of the present.
In response, he informed her: ‘Thanks very a lot in your concern Lorraine. Yeah, as a household, we’re very sturdy.’
Curtis broke the information about Angela’s demise on Monday, and defined that AJ and the remainder of the household had made choices about what he can be informed whereas staying within the I’m A Superstar camp.
AJ’s nan was a fierce supporter of his profession (Image: Instagram)
AJ Pritchard appeared on Lorraine and spoke briefly about his nan (Image: ITV)
‘AJ […] mentioned with the household earlier than coming into the fortress that if one thing did occur to Nanna while he was away, that he wouldn’t wish to be informed till he left the fortress and that in her honour he would full his dedication to the present, with a view to doing her and the household proud,’ Curtis wrote.
‘As Grandad and Nanna would have wished for, AJ will keep within the fortress and proceed making her proud wherever she is watching from,’ he continued.
Lorraine despatched her condolences to AJ’s household (Image: ITV)
‘AJ has a lot extra to provide to the present and we all know that Nanna will probably be watching and guiding him all through the ultimate a part of his journey on the programme.
‘We all know now we have made the appropriate resolution for everybody concerned.’
AJ finally placed sixth on I’m A Celebrity, leaving final evening, two days earlier than the finale.
Talking about his expertise, AJ informed Ant and Dec: ‘It looks like a celebration popping out of there, I’m so completely happy for them and it’s good popping out with Mo, associates for all times undoubtedly.
‘There are such a lot of reminiscences in such a brief area of time, you undergo it each day however at some point looks like per week, it’s nuts.’
Lorraine airs weekdays from 9am on ITV.