Charlene White has dished all about the I'm A Celebrity boozy afterparty - organised by Zara Tindall.
The celebrities marked the end of the latest series with a special after party of their own after snubbing ITV's official one and Charlene has now revealed it was Mike Tindall and his wife Zara who organised and booked the whole boozy affair. Making her return to Loose Women for the first time in person since going into the jungle, Charlene detailed their 'raucous' night out.
Pictures emerged of the celebrities and their friends and family enjoying a big party together to mark the end of the series, and Charlene has now revealed it was Zara, the daughter of Princess Anne behind it all.
She said: "We had a very raucous night out on our last night with both Mike and Zara, who arranged it for us. Not the official party but they arranged one separately. They booked the table and 26 of us all went out for dinner.
"And I have to say, Zara is definitely one of us. She is definitely one of us! Her feet were really sore when we went out, and she was debating if she should go back to the hotel and get her trainers - but she decided to go barefoot. She's one of us!"
During the party, Mike gave a speech where he described it as an "absolute privilege" to meet all his campmates.
"I would like to say it's been an absolute privilege and honour to meet you all, to be together, to spend that valuable time together ... to get on for the amount of time we've got on is very, very rare and very, very special and we should all appreciate that," he said.
He then joked that the newfound pals mustn't lose touch with each other when they land in the UK after all the nice things they've said to each other, before continuing: "Let's not do it because I think we've created a very special thing here.
"It's worth keeping it going and it's worth taking the time on the plane engaging in what it is we've actually done."
Charlene shared a clip with her Instagram followers and echoed Mike's sentiments in the caption, sharing: "Every word echoes exactly how we all feel about this experience. It's been incredible. We would never have survived the early days of the camp without him. Aside from all the other stuff he did in camp, he was the only one who knew how to light the fire - which was crucial obviously."