Watch: Lorraine interviews Danny Miller about I'm A Celebrity
The 30-year-old Emmerdale star — who left his seven-week-old baby son Albert and fiancee Steph Jones to take part in the ITV reality show at Gwrych Castle in north Wales — has admitted he only took part for the money.
Miller said on Lorraine: "Are you going to come Lorraine, are you going to come to the wedding? I need the OK! Magazine deal to go up. So if you come I'll be buzzing."
Speaking about why he signed up to the show when he had just welcomed his first child he said: "I want to go out there and provide for my family, I wasn't in a position to do it, this show gave me that."
Miller told Good Morning Britain: "The whole reason I did it was for my fiancée, soon to be wife, and my baby Albert were the whole reason, to set them up for a big future."
The new I'm A Celebrity King of the Castle was reunited with Jones and baby Albert via videolink live on Lorraine for the first time in three weeks.
The actor covered his face with his hands as he welled up and told his fiancee: "Oh darling I love you so much. Look at him. He's a good looking lad."
Miller apologised to host Kelly, saying: "This is the worst interview ever. I'm seeing my family for the first time on live television.
"I'm going to see you this afternoon, I love you so much!"
The actor credited his fellow campmate David Ginola with getting him through his homesickness, admitting the retired footballer was a childhood hero of his.
Miller said: "David Ginola came into my life and he was the reason I stuck through it. He helped me through it... I really missed my family. I was homesick from day one."
And the soap star confessed he had tried to snuggle up with the French soccer star in bed.
He said: “I was trying to get a leg over with him all week, he was having none of it. I wanted a cuddle and a spoon but he bottled it. So it’s on him, not me.”
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