Dan Osborne has told his followers that he is off to Australia to support his wife Jacqueline Jossa, when her jungle efforts come to an end.
The 28-year-old former The Only Way Is Essex star has said that he is expecting to be one of the last to reunite with their partners, after tipping the former EastEnders actress to go all the way to the final.
Jacqueline has certainly had a journey of mixed emotions on I’m A Celebrity, with viewers at home choosing her to do a number of Bushtucker Trials, which have filled her with dread.
Despite being in tears ahead of the trials, Jacqueline has showed that she has an enormous depth of strength by completing the tasks and bringing home much needed meals to her campmates.
There have been rumours that Jacqueline has heard of indiscretions by her husband and this has meant that she was more subdued in the last show from the Australian jungle.
It has been reported that she was allowed to leave a voicemail with Dan, in a bid to address the situation and now he is heading to Oz so that he is there to greet her from the jungle.
Representatives for Dan Osborne declined to comment on the nature of the voicemail, when contacted by Mirror Online.
Speaking on Instagram stories last night, Dan said he is heading to Australia today: “I am going out there for when Jac comes out the jungle. We are looking forwraf to seing her, I dont think she will be out anytime soon, I think she will get to the final at least
“I think she should win it, that is my opinion but I am a little bit biased. She wil be at the final so it will be a little while (before we see her).
“My stories will continue when I get to Australia so they will be a bit more glamorous that my front room, bit of sunshine as well. I will keep you updated.”
It could well be an emotional reunion after weeks apart as the evictions from camp begin in the coming days but Jacqueline may have to wait until her time is over as bookies have her among the favourites to challenge to become Queen of the Jungle.
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