I'm A Celeb's Frankie Bridge jets off on exotic holiday with her family after Covid ruins her Christmas plans

FRANKIE Bridge shared an adorable family snap as they holiday abroad for Christmas.

I'm A Celebrity star revealed that the anticipation for Christmas with her family got her through tough days in the castle.

The Saturdays singer took to Instagram to share a family photo while they enjoyed their Christmas vacation.

The family are all smiles as they pose in a beach resort in front of a glowing Christmas tree.

Suited for the weather, Frankie is sporting a stylish wide leg striped jumpsuit whereas the boys are wearing a shorts and t-shirt combo with sliders.

The 32-year-old captioned the snap: "When I was in the castle… the thing that got me through… was picturing Christmas with the family 🎄 … especially the Twinnies ❤️ and dreaming about being on an island with no one other than Wayne and the boys 😍 …

"So the minute we knew we weren’t going to be able to see the ones we love… like so many other people this year 🙄…

"We decided to get out of there and have some much needed family time ☀️ in the warm!"

Frankie came third in the latest instalment of the ITV series, which ended on Sunday with Emmerdale star Danny Miller being crowned the winner, and Coronation Street's Simon Gregson taking second place.

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Frankie pointed to Richard Madeley leaving within days after being rushed to A&E, saying: "Our series came with a lot of twists and turns, and I knew they were going to make it harder because last year they were quite restricted with Covid, but the trials were so layered, which made them harder.

"My snake trial, it was what it was. But when Naughty Boy and I did the karaoke challenge, it wasn't just drinking the drinks, we also had to be covered in loads of horrible stuff and get really cold.

"The living conditions were really hard so yes, I would say we had it really tough even with Richard having to leave when he was unwell, that was a really big thing for us. Anytime anyone left camp it felt like three people let, not one.

"And then the storm. When we had to leave and come back in and start again… we definitely had everything thrown at us."

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