Im A Celebs Scarlette Douglas had secret cups of tea in jungle without campmates knowing

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star Scarlette Douglas has opened up on some secrets from being in the jungle, revealing she had cups of tea without her campmates knowing.

Scarlette, 35, was the second celebrity to be voted out of the jungle this year after Charlene White, 42, was the first to be evicted.

The A Place in the Sun presenter was quizzed by followers about her time on the show, with one asking: "Were you able to get a cup of tea?"

She admitted: "I was because I was a mole, so I got to go underground and what happens underground stays underground. The campmates still don't know."

Scarlette was a "mole" alongside her campmate Jill Scott after they were both recruited by Matt Hancock and Seann Walsh.

And shortly after Scarlette left the jungle, it was reported the star was heartbroken to learn her A Place In The Sun co-host Jonnie Irwin has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Scarlette revealed: "I had heard but I didn't realise it was terminal, which makes it sound imminent.

"On A Place In The Sun we're always in different locations and we never really get to see each other.

"Sometimes our paths might cross but I think I probably only met Jonnie in person maybe three times, a handful of times, but it was always just brilliant."

She added: "Of course I'm going to drop him a message now because that's devastating because I know he's got three young kids, he's got a beautiful wife and he's an amazing person."

Jonnie – who is father to Rex, three, and two-year-old twins Rafa and Cormac with wife Jessica – opened up on his health news last week, and revealed he had been battling the disease for two years.

The property star, 49, heartbreakingly said how he feels it's likely that someone else will continue raising his kids "after he's gone".

He shared: “Every time something really nice happens with them, I have this thing knocking at my door, saying, ‘Don’t get too happy because you’re not going to be around much longer'.

"Then, I think they’re not going to remember me, they’re really not."

He went on to add to The Sun: "They’re too young and if I die this year there’s no chance they will have memories.

"And someone else is probably going to bring them up. I’ve done the hard yards with them and someone else will get the easy bit."


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