However, now that the 2018 series of I'm A Celeb is over and done with for another year, with Harry Redknapp being crowned the King of the Jungle, fans of This Morning are keen to see Holly return to the United Kingdom to present the show alongside Phillip Schofield.
"I bet you've been cringing watching me", Harry said.
He added: "Jamie always says to me, 'Dad, how did you pull her?"
She shared an adorable picture with her children, Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and four-year-old Chester as she said goodbye to the jungle today.
He also proved to be a worthy contestant when it came to Bushtucker trials, tackling an assault course, getting covered in rats and eating "delicacies" like a sheep's brain.
He told her: "Thank you, you have been unbelievable".
Atack said she was "honoured" to be in the final two with Redknapp.
"The day before I came in, if she said she didn't feel well or weren't up for it - I wouldn't have come, I'd have scrubbed it".
She then ran over to Donnelly and put her arms over his shoulders in an attempt to put some distance between herself and the insects.
As Schofield and Humes sent her back to the wrap party, Willoughby raised her glass again and bellowed in her best Australian accent: "I love you!" "I've just learned to accept who I am".
Before he entered the jungle he said he thought it would be easier than being the boss of a losing football team.
The actor also talked about forming a special friendship with Atack.
"I was anxious about her coming, I didn't know if it was going to be too much for her".
The I'm A Celeb favourite let slip a cheeky comment about childhood sweetheart wife Sandra when they reunited over the weekend.
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