Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo has posed for a picture alongside the other friends and family members who have jetted out to Australia.
Hancock remains in the jungle alongside Mike Tindall, Boy George, Jill Scott and Babatunde Aleshe.
Emmerdale actor Owen Warner, Corrie’s Sue Cleaver, comedian Seann Walsh, and presenters Scarlette Douglas and Chris Moyles are also still in the camp.
Love Island’s Olivia Attwood made an early exit at the start of this series, while Loose Women star Charlene White was the first celebrity to be evicted on Friday.
She was joined at the end of the bridge by her sister, who showered her in praise during the sweet and emotional reunion.
Ahead of the eviction, Charlene’s sister Carina posed alongside some of the other family and friends, although it appeared Babatunde and the camp’s first ever royal, Mike, did not have any of their close ones in the picture.
‘It’s official… The Campmates’ family and friends have arrived in the jungle!’ the official I’m a Celebrity account revealed.
Charlene’s sister was posing at the front, while Gina was surrounded by Seann’s girlfriend Grace Adderley, who is pregnant with the couple’s first child.
Scarlette’s brother Stuart, and Owen’s mum Polly had also touched down in Australia to be ready to greet their loved ones.
Owen’s brother Louie and dad Tim were also grinning in the picture, next to George’s sister Siobhan O’Dowd, and Sue’s husband Brian and son Elliot.
Chris’ girlfriend Tiffany Austin and Jill’s fiancé Shelley were also all smiles as they posed, having made the long journey to Brisbane.
Hancock’s former aide and now-girlfriend Coladangelo, who he was caught kissing during the height of the Covid pandemic, recently arrived in Australia to support him.
Asked whether she’s impressed, she said: ‘It would be difficult not to be impressed, he has done really well. He’s made of tough stuff.’
She added to the MailOnline that ‘obviously’ she’s missed Hancock, and said that the campmates ‘all seem to be getting on okay,’ with their Bushtucker trials.
Hancock, who is a sitting MP, sparked fury with his appearance on the show, and while some have argued that he’s shown himself to be likeable, others disagree, and many haven’t forgotten about his actions during the height of the pandemic.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues at 9.10pm tonight on ITV.