'I'm A Celeb': Jacqueline Jossa says being crowned Queen of the Jungle has left her feeling 'overwhelmed'

Amy West
Jacqueline Jossa has said she "hasn't really processed anything" since winning 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' last week (Instagram)

I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! winner Jacqueline Jossa has revealed that being crowned Queen of the Jungle has left her feeling “overwhelmed.”

After landing back in the UK on Wednesday 12 December with her two daughters and husband Dan Osborne, the former EastEnders actor took to her Instagram story to say that “things have been a bit crazy” since leaving camp life behind.

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“I haven’t really processed anything,” the 27-year-old - who beat out the likes of Coronation Street star Andy Whyment and radio DJ Roman Kemp in Sunday night’s final - continued. “I also feel like it was the other day but it wasn’t because it’s Thursday. I’m just confused.

“It’s been a very long 72 hours or however long, it’s felt like one day, one big long day.”

In the series of short videos, she went on to note that the whole family is struggling to overcome the jet lag, having travelled from Australia. She laughed that they were all up at 2am, and three hours later they started eating cake leftover cake from a party Osborne threw in celebration of her victory.

Soap star Jacqueline Jossa beat 'Coronation Street' actor Andy Whyment and radio DJ Roman Kemp (not pictured) in the most recent 'I'm A Celeb' final (ITV)

“We’re just enjoying it while it lasts,” Jossa admitted, before thanking her “anyone who voted” during the latest series’s run.

“Whoever you voted for... whether it was me, Andy, Roman or anybody else in the whole of the camp. All 12 of us. If you’d voted for any of them I’d have been happy, because I obviously love all of them. I’m overwhelmed, but would have been happy with anyone winning.”

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Earlier this week, it was revealed that Jossa bested runner-up Whyment by a very slim margin, pulling in 50.61% of the 11 million votes cast. Whyment saw 49.39% of the votes.

Other famous faces that took part this year included Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, former X Factor singer Myles Stephenson, ex-footballer Ian Wright and reality star Caitlyn Jenner.