The celebrity survival series, which usually takes place in the Australian outback, has relocated to Conwy in South Wales due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic seeing borders Down Under closed.
Dressed in matching khaki outfits, carrying water bottles and wearing compasses round their necks, the nation’s favourite TV presenters snapped themselves in the Welsh countryside.
Standing by a post directing people to Gwrych castle, the cheeky pair captioned the shot: “Quick trip to Wales in search of the #imaceleb castle. If only there was a sign…”
There have been ongoing fears that the 20th series of the reality show would not air after all, with parts of South Wales now under lockdown once more – with a crackdown on meeting indoors to halt the spread of the virus.
However, an insider has said that it’s business as usual for those working on the show, as the castle is classed as a place of work.
“Corrie was filmed under local lockdowns in Manchester and the Wales one isn't as strict – so they are ploughing on,” the source told The Mirror.
“The current advice in Conwy is applicable to households and not places of work.
"At the moment ITV are operating what is essentially a glorified building site... most people are stationed in Wales and there is very little travel for example from London.
“All the shops, restaurants and bars are all open in the area - as they are places of work – and the castle is no different.
"ITV is creating work and paying people.”
Standard Online has contacted ITV for comment.
So far, none of this year’s campmates have been confirmed, but former Strictly dancer AJ Pritchard, Boyzone Keith Duffy and presenter Vernon Kay have all been rumoured to be taking part.
I’m a Celebrity returns later this year on ITV