Im A Celebritys Adam Woodyatt tears up after a letter from his children

Adam Woodyatt broke down in tears as he read a letter from his children on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here

The EastEnders star, along with camp heartthrob David Ginola, were the only two campmates who did not receive their letters from home as their co-stars entered the wrong password into the computer.

However, on Thursday night Adam was brimming with emotions as he finally had the chance to read the letter from his family, after it was left underneath the Christmas tree in the Castle Inn.

Former BBC Breakfast presenter, Louise Minchin read out the heartfelt letter from Adam’s children.


She began: “Adam, from daughter Jessie: Hi ‘Dad the lad’, you’re doing great Papa and it makes me, Sam and DJ so happy to see you happy and having fun in the Castle.

“I can’t imagine you’re enjoying a rice and beans diet all too much, and you probably wish you had a curry to put with the rice. We love you lots and lots and lots, Jessie, DJ and Sam…

“PS. Can you tell Frankie that I’ll find that picture of me with her when I was 6 years old when you took me to meet S Club Juniors.”

Adam shed a tear as he heard the supportive words from his loved ones and tearfully responded: “Yeah it was nice.”

Danny discovered the special surprise underneath the tree, as the campmates cheered at the “ridiculous” amount of food on offer to them at the feast at the Castle-Inn.

The celebrities were delighted by their pop-up pub, that was adorned with Christmas decorations.

Frankie Bridge shouted: “There’s peanuts and crisps, peanuts and crisps! There’s pizza! And there’s chips! How did I not see the chips?! Oh my god, this is ridiculous!”

However, Danny Miller admitted that the time away from civilisation led everyone to turn a little “feral” and it was “digusting to watch” everyone eat.


Olympic diver, Matty Lee added: “There was garlic and herb dip, which is just my favourite. I was literally at the end, I had a spoon, and I was just dipping a spoon in sauce and eating it.”

As Louise revealed: “There were people eating ketchup with their fingers by the end, which I don’t think they’d do in normal circumstances. But these are not normal circumstances.”

The night ended with rounds of karaoke, with Louise and Danny belting out ABBA’s Dancing Queen and David serenading everyone with For Me… Formidable.

Before the whole group joined in to sing Queen’s iconic song Don’t Stop Me Now together and David called it “a night to remember.”

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