Vernon Kay needed to patiently wait earlier than he could possibly be reunited together with his spouse Tess Daly (Image: Getty)
I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out Of Right here!’s Vernon Kay needed to patiently wait till midnight final night time to be reunited together with his spouse Tess Daly as she was busy internet hosting Strictly Come Dancing.
The presenter, who got here third within the ITV collection which noticed Giovanna Fletcher topped the first-ever queen of the castle, arrived again at his household house yesterday however needed to sit tight till after Tess was achieved together with her internet hosting duties earlier than they could possibly be collectively once more.
Sharing an image on Instagram of his associate on the telly, Vernon penned: ‘Hurry house @tessdaly !! @bbcstrictly what a present, @craigrevel you’re welcome too!!??
‘(So good to be mud and smoke free! No Rice and Beans!!!!).’
‘See you quickly @vernonkay ? put the kettle on ?❤️✨,’ Tess affectionately replied, having not seen her hubby in actual life in over a month.
Tess was seen holding back tears as she celebrated her husband reaching the I’m A Celeb closing earlier this week.
The host burst with delight as she shared a video on her Instagram tales, admitting she’d been unable to sleep whereas the daddy of their two kids had been away.
‘He’s within the closing, I can’t consider it. My coronary heart is simply racing, I’m actually so excited and nervous, and simply overwhelmed,’ she mentioned.
‘Thanks a lot to all people who voted for Vernon. See you on the closing!’
Vernon lately confessed that I’m A Celeb left him ’emotionally drained’.
‘I even cried within the interview I did at first of the collection,’ he shared. ‘And if you’re in there, you’re emotionally drained since you are lacking your loved ones.
‘I felt comfy with that group of those that I may cry. I didn’t take into consideration attempting to cease myself from getting emotional.
‘You’re bodily drained, too. We had been consuming nothing however rice and beans more often than not. I misplaced two-and-a-half stone – that’s weight I didn’t actually need to lose.’