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I’m A Celebrity: Tom Fletcher shares adorable clip with son Buzz, six, as they watch Giovanna win

I’m A Celebrity: ‘Mummy won!’ McFly’s Tom Fletcher shares adorable clip of son Buzz, six, shouting for joy after watching Giovanna become Queen of the Castle

His wife was crowned the first ever Queen of the Castle during the I’m A Celebrity final on Friday night. 

And Tom Fletcher, 35, shared an adorable clip of him and their eldest son Buzz as they watched the final together. 

The pair waited in anticipation to see if Giovanna or Jordan North would be crowned winner, before Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly announced the author, 35, had won. 

‘Mummy won!’ Tom Fletcher, 35, shared an adorable clip of him and their eldest son Buzz as they watched the final together, anticipating finding out who won the show

The McFly singer gasped in delight as the hosts said for the first time in the show’s 20-year history there would be a ‘Queen of the Castle’, with Buzz shouting in delight: ‘Mummy won! Mummy won!’ 

In a separate clip, Tom said: ‘She did it. Cannot believe it.’ 

Buzz said: ‘Thanks everyone for voting.’ 

The singer, who also shares Buddy, four, and Max, two, with Giovanna, captioned the post: ‘Thanks everyone who voted for @mrsgifletcher. We are so proud of our Queen! #QueenGi #imaceleb’.

Queen! Giovanna was named Queen of the Castle during I'm A Celebrity's live final on Friday, which took place at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, north Wales

Queen! Giovanna was named Queen of the Castle during I’m A Celebrity’s live final on Friday, which took place at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, north Wales

Shock: Tom gasped as Ant and Dec announced Giovanna had won and Buzz shouted: 'Mummy won! Mummy won!'

Shock: Tom gasped as Ant and Dec announced Giovanna had won and Buzz shouted: ‘Mummy won! Mummy won!’ 

Giovanna was named Queen of the Castle during I’m A Celebrity’s live final on Friday, which took place at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, north Wales, for the first time in the show’s 20-year history. 

The podcast host went up against Vernon Kay and Jordan to win the title, and was left in complete shock as it was revealed she’d come out on top after 12 million votes had been cast. 

Gushing about her win, she sat on a plush throne and said: ‘I cant believe it, people have picked up their phones and voted? I’m just blown away. I cant believe it. It’s been the most amazing experience, ask me in a week!’

Ever gracious in defeat, Jordan said it was: ‘Absolutely fantastic, I couldn’t be runner up to anyone better, the most genuine kindest person I’ve ever met.

Vernon crowned Giovanna, saying it was his honour to name her the first ever Queen of the Castle as 2019 winner Jacqueline Jossa was unable to attend the ceremony as is usually tradition due to COVID-19 restrictions.

After it was revealed he had come in third, Vernon hugged his competitors and said: ‘Well done you two, I’ve had the best time, you’ve been awesome.’ 

'She did it': Tom and their son Buzz, six, thanked fans for voting for the author and podcast host

‘She did it’: Tom and their son Buzz, six, thanked fans for voting for the author and podcast host

Before being announced the winner, Giovanna and Jordan chatted to co-presenters Ant and Dec, and she said: ‘Honestly I’ve laughed so so much, its been more than I ever thought it would be.’  

The presenters commented on how she was the mother of the camp, and she said ‘having three kids I am very maternal’, before adding: ‘I always thought being the mumsy one is a negative but its not.’ 

Giovanna also discussed how she helped to cook in the camp throughout her time on the show, admitting that being hungry all the time would sometimes fray their nerves.

She explained: ‘Everyone is looking and watching and they’re hungry, strange things come to camp that we have to cook, one night when it was particularly all eyes on it but once everyone knew to back off, we’re doing what we can, then they were fine.’

Runners-up: Giovanna was up against Radio 1 DJ Jordan North (left) and TV presenter Vernon Kay (right) for the top prize

Runners-up: Giovanna was up against Radio 1 DJ Jordan North (left) and TV presenter Vernon Kay (right) for the top prize 

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