Harry’s tears for Jun­gle mate San­dra

Daily Express - - Front Page - By Mark Jef­feries

HARRY Red­knapp broke down in tears as he was reunited with his wife San­dra in the I’m A Celebrity jun­gle camp last night.

The ex-foot­ball man­ager wan­dered to Snake Rock to find San­dra sit­ting on a log wait­ing for him.

She said: “I’ve been mar­ried to Harry for 50 years and not be­ing able to speak to him has been a bit of a night­mare be­cause we speak ev­ery day. I’m re­ally ex­cited to see him.”

Spot­ting her, Harry, 71, ex­claimed: “Nooo!” and hugged his wife tightly.

Harry asked if San­dra had been watch­ing the show and San­dra said: “Of course I have” – adding for view­ers: “I’ve re­ally missed him, he’s my life.”

Harry said of the at­ten­tion she had been get­ting: “I said she’d hate it re­ally, she’s so shy.” He told her: “It’s like be­ing in prison and you’ve given me a prison visit. I’m not go­ing to let you go, you’re not go­ing any­where. You can come in my ham­mock!”

Emo­tional

San­dra told him it was “not long now” un­til the show fin­ished, but by then Harry was in tears.

He said: “I can’t help this, it is not like me. I don’t nor­mally cry, I’m pretty old school. Are you pleased to see me?”

San­dra an­swered: “Of course. I got a bit sad the other day, I got a bit tear­ful be­cause I missed you.”

Harry said: “It’s funny, 54 years and we just don’t want to be apart, that’s done me up to­day. I’ve missed her so much. I love you so much.”

The other camp­mates also en­joyed emo­tional re­unions.

Fleur East met her sis­ter Keisha, Emily Atack got time with her mother Kate and John Bar­row­man’s hus­band Scott also went into the jun­gle, as well as James McVey’s girl­friend Kirstie.

The camp­mates and guests were later in­tro­duced to each other in Croc Creek.

Pic­tures: ITV / REX

The king or queen of the I’m A Celebrity jun­gle will be re­vealed to­mor­row night on ITV at 9pm. A tear­ful Harry hugs his wife San­dra last night and right, he en­dures jun­gle trial

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