Prince Harry's bombshell memoir Spare has divided readers as he exposes the inner workings and feuds of the Royal family.
The TV presenter admitted she worried her husband would be busy working as a DJ at the moment she went into labour.
The reality show angered some viewers, but it was judged there was no official cause for complaint.
The rugby player was the fourth famous face to leave the Australian jungle.
The rugby player snapped he was "too intelligent" to take part in the "circus of stupidity" of the Dingo Dollar Challenge.
Having friends in high places certainly doesn't buy you out of the worst of the jungle.
Chloe Madeley said it was the lack of food that was causing her husband to act out.
The Extra Camp presenter made the remark after she and James Haskell failed to win a challenge.
The 70-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was chosen by public vote along with TV presenter Kate Garraway.
Caitlyn Jenner, Nadine Coyle, Kate Garraway and Ian Wright MBE are among those heading into the jungle to face the Bushtucker trials.