Stacey Solomon says she's exhausted as she looks with new baby
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I’m A Celebrity’s former Queen of the Jungle Stacey Solomon, 32, felt embarrassed after being misled into believing the ITV show is taking place in Scotland. The mum of four was watching the show last night, and shared a sweet video of her son Leighton holding his baby sister, Rose, on her Instagram Story.
Alongside the clip, Stacey penned: “Leighton Cuddles. Now it’s time for cluster feeds and the castle (I still want to call it the jungle even though it’s in Scotland)”.
Stacey was quick to correct herself, however, and shared another story on her page after realising her error.
She said to her followers: “Leighton convinced me that it was in Scotland.”
Leighton then chimed in: “It’s in Wales!”
Stacey responded: “Well now you’re saying that, but you weren’t saying that 10 minutes ago, were you?”
The pair then proceeded to giggle at their faux pas.
She captioned her final post: “The castle is definitely in Wales.
“Sorry Leighton somehow convinced me it was in Scotland and I went with it.”
She posted a laughing emoji to conclude her update.
Stacey first became popular on The X Factor and secured her place in the nation’s heart by winning I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2010.
The show usually takes place in the Australian jungle, but this year it’s being filmed in Wales once more due to coronavirus travel restrictions continuing.
The castle, which was also used for I’m A Celebrity in 2020, is located in Abergele in the county of Conwy.
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It has a rich history that includes everything from playing an important part in World War Two, and even hosting training camps for champion boxers.
The beautiful Grade I-listed fairytale castle, which is set on a hillside overlooking the Irish Sea and the Vale of Clwyd, rose to fame last year when it became the unlikely home for I’m A Celebrity 2020.
And earlier this year, ITV bosses confirmed it would be used once again due to the “continued uncertainty” around COVID-19 and a “highly successful run” in 2020.
The Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust was formed in 1997, and set up by chairman Dr Mark Baker when he was just 12 years old.
Restoration has been ongoing at the castle ever since but becoming the unlikely star of I’m A Celebrity has really helped speed the process up.
Since the 2020 show, restoration at Gwrych Castle is two years ahead of schedule.
Speaking to the BBC Dr Baker said: “We had everything in place – expert advice and specialist contractors – and were just starting to get funds together to get the work done.
“But ITV paid for major restoration work on things like wall tops and window lintels.
“We’re now about two years ahead of where we planned to be.”
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