I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! host Declan Donnelly has been spotted out for dinner with his wife, Ali Astall and their son, Jack, just hours before the show's return.
The hit reality programme returns to ITV tonight, but before that, Dec made time for his family and enjoyed a fish and chips dinner.
Dec, 48, cut a relaxed figure wearing a white polo shirt and a pair of dark shorts as he pushed his son in his pram.
He strolled next to wife Ali, who was seen wearing a white sundress with red floral detailing, with a pair of sandals.
She wore her blonde hair back in a ponytail and carried her phone in her hands, as she chatted to her husband.
The new series of I’m A Celeb will see actress Jamie Lynn Spears, Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson, This Morning host Josie Gibson, TV presenter Fred Sirieix, YouTuber Nella Rose, ex-politician Nigel Farage, food critic Grace Dent, pop star Marvin Humes, EastEnders star Danielle Harold and Hollyoaks icon Nick Pickard head into the jungle.
Dec and his co-host Ant McPartlin have already been putting the celebrities through their paces, as tonight, Sunday, 19 November, fans will watch the stars take on their first challenges to win stars for camp.
First up, Josie, Nella and Nigel meet for the first time 2000 miles away from camp, and are faced with the task of winning time for their fellow campmates.
They need to make their way through gallons of sticky gunk and scary hell holes in a bid to score tokens for time.
Over on the Gold Coast, Sam, Danielle, Fred, and Grace arrive to take on the iconic plank challenge, which will see them face their fear of heights.
The four of them will have to make their way sideways along the towering building before carefully sliding down to a huge horizontal flag pole.
They then have to crawl along the pole and unclip carabiners along the pole to release their star-print flag.
Finally, the final three celebs, Jamie Lynn, Nick and Marvin, take on the famous skydive, but as they arrive in camp, they find out they are taking on the first Bushtucker trial of the series.
The trio head out to take on Temple of Doom, where they need to work together to win stars for camp.
Ahead of the trials, survival expert Rich Hungerford, told OK! what the celebrities will need to do to get through them.
He explained: “A participant should aim to view the situations they face as a game, as a challenge, as a test of inner mettle rather than as a calamity.
"This in no way alters the seriousness of the situation, however, it significantly alters the emotional and psychological response to the circumstances."
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