I’m A Celebrity 2020’s eliminated stars are still getting the five-star treatment when they return to the outside world – at a swanky estate in Cheshire.
Ant and Dec have previously joked that the 12 participants of this year’s series will have to stay at a Premier Inn instead of a five-star resort like Australia’s Palazzo Versace.
But thankfully that isn’t the case, with Hollie Arnold and Ruthie Henshall now recuperating from the freezing cold camp in Gwrych Castle with a stay at Carden Park in Cheshire.
Ross King revealed the luxury location on Good Morning Britain, telling viewers: ‘It certainly beats the castle, doesn’t it?!’
Carden Park is just an hour away from the castle, and features a leisure club, spa and golf course – so a perfect relaxation spot after two weeks of pure torture.
So far, only Hollie and Ruthie have been sent packing, with eliminations starting last Friday.
When Ruthie was given the boot last night, the first thing she wanted was a burger – which we’re pretty sure the Carden Park team could whip up for her at one of their many restaurants.
She’ll soon be joined by some of her other castmates, with at least one elimination a day before the finale this Friday.
The first (and possibly only) King or Queen of the Castle will then be crowned, rounding off the only series to date to take place in the UK.
Currently, it is expected the show will return to the Australian Gold Coast next year once lockdown rules have been lifted.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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