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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Giovanna Fletcher’s husband Tom turns her crown into Christmas wreath

Giovanna Fletcher’s husband Tom Fletcher has turned his wife’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! crown into a Christmas wreath.

How festive.

Giovanna rose to victory on Friday night after being crowned the first Queen of the castle.

The podcast host was named champion of this year’s series in emotional scenes, beating Radio 1 DJ Jordan North and TV host Vernon Kay.

On Saturday the mum-of-three was welcomed home by her husband and children in the cutest way after her stint in the Welsh castle.

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Giovanna, Jordan and Vernon all made the final (Picture: Kieron McCarron/ITV/REX)

Leaving her suitcases and crown on the floor, Giovanna was clearly over the moon to see her children as she was seen cuddling them just as she stepped through the front door.

However, rather than throwing her floral crown in the cupboard, Tom and Giovanna decided to do something useful with it.

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How festive! (Picture: Tom Fletcher)

Taking to Instagram, Tom shared a snap of the crown attached to their front door as a Christmas wreath.

And to be honest, it looks beautiful.

‘Turns out that @mrsgifletcher’s crown makes a lovely Christmas wreath thanks @imacelebrity,’ he captioned the photo.

Giovanna’s brother and former Made in Chelsea star Mario Falcone was also delighted to see his sister home, especially after making £9,000 from placing a bet on her winning the series.

Giovanna claimed she has ‘proved mums can do anything’ with the win on this year’s programme.

Discussing her win, the mum-of-three said: ‘I don’t think it’s going to sink in for a little while. It’s the most bizarre thing ever.

‘We’ve been in a castle for three weeks and now there are people, I’ve got a crown on my head. It doesn’t feel real at all.’

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! is available on the ITV Hub.


Credit: Original article published here.

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