Olivia Attwood has admitted she is "not fine" and has had an emotional week since the final episode of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.
The former Love Island star was forced to leave the reality show after just 24 hours when an A&E trip and a blood test led her to discover she was anaemic.
In a post on her Instagram Stories — reported via the Daily Mail — Attwood told fans that she has struggled more than she expected to with the fact she was not able to take part.
She said: "I probably underestimated that I'm finding it hard that it was the jungle final this week and I was told to f*** off after 24 hours, and I wanted to stay to the end.
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"I think I pretended like it's fine but, deep down, I'm probably not fine really."
Attwood has previously spoken about her desire to return to the camp when subsequent tests showed her iron levels were okay, but show bosses took the decision to keep her away.
An ITV spokesperson told Mail Online: "As a precautionary measure Olivia needed to leave the jungle to undergo some medical checks.
"Unfortunately, the medical team has advised it is not safe for Olivia to return to camp as there needs to be further investigation. She has been absolutely brilliant and she'll be very much missed on the show."
Last weekend, England footballer Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle, ahead of Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner and former health secretary Matt Hancock.
In her winner's interview with Ant and Dec, Scott said: "I just can't believe it honestly. I think I'm going to owe my grandma a lot of money for the 12 million calls."
Discussion of the series has been dominated by the presence of COVID-era health secretary Hancock, who lost the Tory whip due to his decision to enter the jungle and now sits as an independent MP.
He received 21.72% of the vote in the final before being eliminated in third place, with winner Scott earning 47.29% and Warner gaining 30.99% of votes.
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