I’M A Celebrity star Scarlette Douglas looked sensational as she cuddled her brother on a beach in Australia.
The property expert, 35, who was the second celebrity to leave the I’m a Celebrity jungle earlier this week, dazzled in a fuchsia maxi dress.
Scarlette – who presents Worst House On The Street with brother Stuart – gave him a tight hug as they enjoyed some family time together on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
Flashing a big smile, the TV favourite looked glamourous in the eye-catching frock, with a matching hair tie.
Former professional footballer Stuart praised his sister, writing: “So proud of my little sister @missscardoug! My feelings are bittersweet as I know she is missing her camp mates in the jungle, but I get to have her back!”
Worst House isn’t the only property series that Scarlette and Stuart have worked on.
The duo also fronted Flipping Fast, alongside George Clarke.
Stuart and Scarlette also appeared on our TV screens together in a special edition of Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer’s Love It Or List It.
This was part of Channel 4’s Black to Front project in September 2021.
Scarlette recently spilled the beans on her time in camp and revealed that her I’m A Celeb campmates had no idea about Matt Hancock joining the line-up.
The stars were left gobsmacked when the controversial campmate entered as a late arrival with Seann Walsh.
Speaking to Capital FM, Scarlette said: “There were a couple of people that I didn’t know, and there were a couple rumoured that I had heard were going to go in.
“Matt Hancock was a huge surprise for everybody.
“I think he was very last minute, and at that point, we didn’t have our phones.”
She added: “So when he came into the camp, we were like ‘Oh.’ “
Meanwhile Scarlette spoke out for the first time after the show become embroiled in a “race row.”
It came after the former A Place In UK Times presenter became the second campmate to leave the jungle – hours after Loose Women anchor Charlene White, 42, was the first celebrity to be evicted from the show.
On Sunday night, Scarlette found herself in the bottom two alongside comedian Babatúndé Aléshé, 36, which has caused the ITV series to face accusations of racism.
Scarlette described how she knew she was the “underdog” in the series while starring alongside big names such as Boy George.
Speaking to UK Times, she said: “I’ve always come in here as an underdog. I’ve got the least profile of anybody else, you know, not everybody knows who I am. Hopefully they do now!”
She added: “So I was never going to get the most votes. You know, even if you’re just looking at something like Instagram, I always have the least amount of followers.
“If I go by something like that. I’m not going to get all the votes.
“So for me, all I could have done in the jungle was do my best and hope that people liked me and hoped that people voted for me.
“But people aren’t voting for me to leave. They’re voting for who their favourites are and if I’m not their favourite there’s nothing I can do about that. I just have to be true to me.
“Be authentic and just enjoy the experience and when my time comes, my time comes wherever it is. “