Grace Dent flies to France as she snubs I'm A Celeb finale | The Sun

GRACE Dent appeared to snub the I'm A Celebrity final last night in favour of a trip to France.

Ant and Dec welcomed back the class of 2023 as Sam Thompson was crowned the King of the Jungle.

However, there were two notable absences as there with only eight former campmates being present.

Eagle-eyed fans would have noticed that both MasterChef star Grace Dent and Zoey 101 actress and Britney Spears' sister Jamie-Lynn Spears were both missing.

Both Grace and Jamie-Lynn quit the series on 'medical grounds' within days of each other and before the public votes began.

Grace left the camp and jetted straight back to the UK after learning that she had been voted to partake in another Bushtucker Trial.



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The food critic said she was ‘overwhelmingly sad’ about her departure and said she is now trying to recover.

The star has since enjoyed a relaxing break in France before jetting off to Monte Carlo in Monaco, while her campmates reunited in Australia.

The TV star posed in a black winter coat and a red scarf, while captioning it with a French flag.

Grace then shared a clip of her luxury room at theHôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo.

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The MasterChef star looked in good spirits as she posed in the mirror while recording her Instagram Story.

Earlier this month, Grace was seen struggling in camp and decided to leave the camp.

Writing after she quit camp, she said: "I am overwhelmingly sad right now, but determined to keep alive in my heart the huge personal breakthroughs I made over the weeks."

She went on to list her achievements, mentioning the heavy rain – which many think could have played a part in both her and Jamie Lynn's exits.

"I spent 15 days without a phone or any contact with loved ones, living much of the time outdoors in a rain forest in very wet weather," she wrote.

"It gave me a short, sharp glimpse into the pain some folk worldwide endure. Normal life, forever, will always feel beautiful.

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