Giovanna Fletcher admits she hasn’t washed her I’m A Celebrity vest since show to ‘keep the essence’

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Giovanna Fletcher has revealed her I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! vest doesn't "smell good" as she hasn't washed it since returning home.

The 36 year old, who recently described meeting Kate Middleton as a "bizarre and wonderful moment", made the hilarious revelation during Wednesday's segment of Lorraine on ITV.

As Giovanna, who was dressed in a denim shirt with her brunette hair styled straight down, spoke about her time on the show the 61 year old TV presenter couldn't help but notice her I'm A Celebrity vest hanging on the door behind her.

After questioning it, the Happy Mum, Happy Baby star laughed and said: "I might have pinched it, I haven’t washed it.

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"I have done the thing I did with my wedding dress, I wanted to keep its essence. I sniffed it earlier and it doesn't smell good!"

The mum-of-three went on to explain how all the stars from her season of the show, which took place in Gwrych Castle in Wales, keep in touch through a WhatsApp group.

She said: "It's just lovely and we're hoping we can get back together at some point," and added that she hopes their families can also meet in the future.

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Giovanna, who recently revealed how she reacted when her son Buddy split his head open and Buzz broke his arm, beat campmates Vernon Kay and Jordan North to be crowned Queen of the Castle last year.

Upon her return home, she confessed to her Instagram followers that her and the other stars on the show didn't go to sleep until 6am most nights.

The reality star made the revelation as she admitted she was struggling to get back into her sleep routine when she got back home.

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Posting an image of a screenshot she had taken on her phone to show her alarm, she told fans: "Accidentally took this picture this morning but it sums things up nicely…

“I feel oddly jetlagged (we weren’t going to bed until 4-6am in the castle) and now I’m back in the real world we need to set an alarm for the first time in 6 years.”

As Giovanna added a laughing face emoji and an emoji showing a monkey covering its eyes, she continued: “don’t worry, the kids are still early risers but they catch us out every now and then, causing a massive rush for toast, uniforms and the door! Xx”. [sic]

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However, the change in sleep pattern wouldn’t have been a shock to Giovanna, as AJ Pritchard previously explained the campmates had been told to alter their sleeping patterns before heading into the castle.

Speaking on his AJ vs Curtis podcast, he said: “I've shifted all my times. We've been told to go to bed about 3am and wake up about 11am, because the trials will be filmed quite late at night due to having enough time to edit and you'll find out who left maybe 11pm.”

AJ added: “The trial won't take place until, like, 1am so we've been told to do that. It has helped because for me, the sleep is probably the hardest thing to change more than food or caffeine. So I've been going to bed at 2.30am and waking up at 11am.”

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