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Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly, 51, took to social media last night as her husband of 17 years Vernon Kay entered a castle in Wales to take part in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2020. The television star posted a picture of the couple with their daughters Phoebe, 16, and Amber, 11, who rarely appear on social media, to cheer on the former Family Fortunes star.
“GOOD LUCK VERNON,” she wrote online, next to the gorgeous family photo.
“After not being able to see him for what feels like AGES me & the girls can’t wait to watch Vern on tonight’s first @imacelebrity and see how he fares in the Castle!” Tess continued, in view of her 542,000 followers.
“We love you SO much and we miss you TONS!”
The mum-of-two signed off” “Go #teamVernon #imaceleb All our love Tess Phoebe & Amber XXX.”
“GO VERNON. Cheering for him here,” wrote Tess’ Strictly co-host Claudia Winkleman.
Actress Anna Friel is already tipping Vernon for the win, she added: “Mine and Gracie’s love to you all and already seeing @vernonkay #winner.”
“He’ll be amazing!!” remarked Laura Whitmore.
Drawing attention to the beautiful family portrait, fellow TV star Amanda Holden added: “Gorgeous pic“.
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In the black and white photograph, the family of four flash beaming smiles for the camera.
Phoebe and Amber, who wear their long hair loose like their mother, share their parents’ good looks.
Last night, viewers of Ant and Dec’s hugely popular show, saw Vernon, 46, move into Gwrych Castle in Wales with nine other celebrities.
For potentially the next three weeks, he will live with Sir Mo Farah, Jessica Plummer, Bev Callard, AJ Pritchard, Hollie Arnold, Jordan North, Giovanna Fletcher, Victoria Derbyshire and Shane Richie.
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