Charlene White’s family break silence as she’s left in tears following Boy George ‘feud’ on I’m A Celebrity | The Sun

CHARLENE White’s family have broken her silence after she was left in tears following the Boy George ‘feud’ on I’m A Celebrity.

The ITV News presenter, 42, was seen getting very emotional during her first night in the jungle.


Charlene struggled to sleep while in camp because she was thinking about her children back at home.

The Loose Women star's family took to Instagram to address the scenes with an adorable snap of her kids.

They wrote: "So who saw Charlene crying last night? We just wanted to jump through the tv and hug her.

"Before she left she made this countdown calendar for Alfie and Florence so they can mark off each day until Char comes home.

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"Keep going Char, we are so proud of you! 💪🏾."

Fans rushed to the comments section to send their love and support.

One said: "im so proud of Miss charlene and she is an amazing woman. 👏👏👏."

Another wrote: "😢She so missing her babies ❤️."

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"It was soo emotional seeing Charlene cry on the 1st night. Bet she is missing her kids soo much, but that countdown calendar is soo useful for the children to look at and tick off 😊," a third added.

Earlier this week Boy George became embroiled in a brewing "feud" with Charlene.

The singer, 61, stormed off to be alone after becoming irritated by the Loose Women presenter, 42, taking charge in the kitchen.

He went on to slam her as a "bossy boots" to pal Chris Moyles, 48.

Ranting in the Bush Telegraph, Boy George said: "I'm a good cook, but when someone has already decided they're in charge of the kitchen, it's difficult to have your say."

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Despite getting rave reviews from her fellow campers, George wasn't impressed with his dinner.

"The food was horrible," he complained.

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