Chloe Madeley praises ‘calm, kind and funny’ dad Richard as he QUITS I’m A Celeb

Chloe Madeley has thanked fans for their messages of support after her father Richard’s early departure from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 

The Good Morning Britain host, 65, left the Welsh camp after falling ill in the early hours of Thursday morning, prompting an emergency dash to a local hospital. 

In a statement Richard, who was believed to be treated at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl, reassured fans that he’s ‘fine’ after his health scare, but confirmed he had to quit the series after breaking the show’s ‘Covid bubble.’

Chloe, 34, has since reiterated that he is good spirits, but devastated to be leaving the castle at such an early stage in the competition.  

 

Reaching out: Chloe Madeley has thanked fans for their messages of support after her father Richard's early departure from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Reaching out: Chloe Madeley has thanked fans for their messages of support after her father Richard's early departure from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Reaching out: Chloe Madeley has thanked fans for their messages of support after her father Richard’s early departure from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

She told Instagram followers: ‘Thanks so much for all the lovely messages. Dad’s absolutely fine, we’ve been speaking to him all day and ultimately. he’s just livid he can’t go back into camp because of Covid restrictions. 

‘He did himself proud though. He worked hard and was his calm, collected, kind and funny self. We are so proud.’   

In a second Instagram post she added: ‘He’s absolutely fine and back to his usual irrepressibly chirpy self! Gutted for him – he was doing so well and just loving it. 

‘We’re proud and watching him each night this week was one of the funniest things I can remember. ‘And good luck to all the other celebs and their fams watching nervously at home. Well jel – seriously.’  

Thank you: Chloe shared a second post with Instagram followers later that day

Thank you: Chloe shared a second post with Instagram followers later that day

Thank you: Chloe shared a second post with Instagram followers later that day 

‘Unforgettable’: Richard Madeley revealed he’s been forced to leave the show after being rushed to hospital and breaking the show’s ‘Covid bubble’

In a major blow to the show as one of their top signings, the broadcaster, who was paid an estimated £200,000 to star in this year’s competition, was taken ill hours after participating in a gruelling trial and complaining about the castle’s freezing temperatures.  

In a statement to fans, he said: ‘Hello all! Richard here – firstly just to say that I’m absolutely FINE. I started to feel briefly unwell in the small hours of the morning and was taken to hospital as a precaution. 

‘By leaving the camp, I had consequently broken the Covid ‘bubble’ and as such I’ve had to leave the castle and all the wonderful celebs that remain in the camp.

‘Obviously I’m gutted to be leaving so soon but the safety of all the campmates is the number one priority. I’m incredibly excited to watch their journey continue…even more so at the prospect of being somewhere a little warmer than Gwrych Castle…

‘Thank you to everyone who supported me on my brief but completely unforgettable adventure – I’ve made some great friends and honestly had the time of my life.’

Gross! The broadcaster, who was paid an estimated £200,000 to star in this year's competition, was taken ill hours after participating in a gruelling trial

Gross! The broadcaster, who was paid an estimated £200,000 to star in this year's competition, was taken ill hours after participating in a gruelling trial

Gross! The broadcaster, who was paid an estimated £200,000 to star in this year’s competition, was taken ill hours after participating in a gruelling trial

An I’m A Celebrity spokesperson added: ‘Our strict Covid protocols means Richard has sadly had to leave the show as he is no longer in the bubble the celebrities form when entering the castle. 

‘He has been a truly brilliant camp mate and we thank him for being part of this series.’

A source also told MailOnline: ‘Richard is devastated. He was doing his best in the trials and embracing every part of life in camp, this isn’t the way he saw his I’m A Celeb journey ending.

‘Richard going back to camp would pose as too much of a risk to the other contestants, who have isolated and formed a bubble to protect themselves from a possible Covid-19 outbreak on set.

'Gutted': In a statement Richard, who was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl, reassured fans that he's 'fine' after his health scare

'Gutted': In a statement Richard, who was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl, reassured fans that he's 'fine' after his health scare

‘Gutted’: In a statement Richard, who was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Rhyl, reassured fans that he’s ‘fine’ after his health scare

‘Everyone on the show will miss him – he’s been a huge part of camp and it’s so disappointing he won’t be able to return.’

It had been thought that musician DJ Locksmith had been enlisted as a standby contestant, but no one is set to replace Richard in the castle. 

It’s also thought that Richard will still be paid his full fee for his time on the show, despite spending just four days in the castle. 

An ITV spokesperson previously revealed that Richard had been hospitalised in the early hours of Thursday morning after falling ill overnight.

They told MailOnline: ‘Richard was unwell in the early hours and was immediately seen by our on-site medical team.’

They added: ‘He’s since been taken to hospital as a precaution, the health and safety of our campmates is our priority.’ 

Worry: Richard was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital after falling ill overnight

Worry: Richard was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital after falling ill overnight

Worry: Richard was believed to be at Glan Clwyd Hospital after falling ill overnight

A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said: ‘We were called at 05.43am this morning, Thursday 25 November 2021, to reports of a medical emergency at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, Conwy. 

‘We sent a paramedic in a rapid response car and an emergency ambulance to the scene, and one patient was taken to hospital.’ 

After news of Richard’s hospitalisation broke, his Good Morning Britain co-host Susanna Reid also took to Twitter to offer her well wishes.

She wrote: ‘Sending love – hope he’s feeling ok now. Doing brilliant job on#IACGMOOH and being supportive to everyone. Get well soon Richard.’

Close call: The star was also treated at an on-site medical facility outside Gwrych Castle, before an ambulance was called to take him to hospital

Close call: The star was also treated at an on-site medical facility outside Gwrych Castle, before an ambulance was called to take him to hospital

Close call: The star was also treated at an on-site medical facility outside Gwrych Castle, before an ambulance was called to take him to hospital

Safety first: Nurses were seen arriving at the facility where Richard was taken ill, before he was hospitalised

Safety first: Nurses were seen arriving at the facility where Richard was taken ill, before he was hospitalised

Safety first: Nurses were seen arriving at the facility where Richard was taken ill, before he was hospitalised

Progress: An ITV spokesperson told MailOnline: 'Richard was unwell in the early hours and was immediately seen by our on-site medical team'

Progress: An ITV spokesperson told MailOnline: 'Richard was unwell in the early hours and was immediately seen by our on-site medical team'

Progress: An ITV spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘Richard was unwell in the early hours and was immediately seen by our on-site medical team’

Just hours earlier Richard had earned just four stars in his first solo trial, Kitchen Nightmares, and confessed the ordeal had left him ‘freezing.’

He was forced to use his mouth to try and untie some of the knots to retrieve stars that were hanging from a rope.

As fish guts and offal fell on him, the presenter struggled to unknot the string that had the stars on and exasperated said: ‘Holy Moly’, before the klaxon sounded again, marking the end of the task.

Speaking about the knot he said: ‘Who tied these knots? It’s wet and it’s tight. This one isn’t at tight’, prompting laughs from Ant and Dec. 

‘Such a disappointment,’ Richard said: ‘We’ll have something to eat tonight. I was really hoping to do better than that.’

Still there: In first look images from Thursday's show, which was partially filmed on Wednesday night, Richard could be seen alongside his campmates before being hospitalised

Still there: In first look images from Thursday's show, which was partially filmed on Wednesday night, Richard could be seen alongside his campmates before being hospitalised

Still there: In first look images from Thursday’s show, which was partially filmed on Wednesday night, Richard could be seen alongside his campmates before being hospitalised

A disheartened Richard returned to camp and told them how difficult he found the trial, and the campmates graciously accepted that he had only managed to get four stars, leading to measly dinner of squirrel. 

At the end of the show, which was broadcast live, Richard was seen alongside the rest of the camp being told by Ant and Dec that all 10 of them would be heading to the trial area for the latest challenge.

It was then revealed that soap stars Simon Gregson, 47, and Adam Woodyatt are the two new campmates will be taking part in the Castle Scare Fair Trial on Thursday night.

Ahead of his arrival in the castle, where celebrities typically live on basic meals of rice and beans, Richard admitted he’d done no preparation.

Challenging: The disheartened star only managed to earn four meals in his first solo trial, and later confessed it left him 'chilled to the bone'

Challenging: The disheartened star only managed to earn four meals in his first solo trial, and later confessed it left him 'chilled to the bone'

Challenging: The disheartened star only managed to earn four meals in his first solo trial, and later confessed it left him ‘chilled to the bone’

He told MailOnline: ‘Some people say cut down on food, but others say because you’re going to lose weight, so put it on [before you go in]. I’ve done neither.

‘I’m not a big eater I’m a grazer, I don’t clear my plate. I’m most worried about how I’m gonna cope with boredom. That’s why I want people to vote for me to do the trials.’

Discussing which trials he’s most fearful of, Richard confessed: ‘I don’t have any particular phobias, but the only thing I’m dreading – I’m not that comfortable with heights.’  

Prior to entering the castle, Richard spoke of his willingness to do the infamous Trials.

He added: ‘I really hope I do get voted for the trials. The thing about this programme is you mustn’t go in to it if you take yourself remotely seriously. I don’t and I am thoroughly looking forward to being covered in god knows what!’

Richard and wife Judy share two children, daughter Chloe, 34, and son Jack, 35, and are grandparents to Jack’s son Kit.  

Before Richard’s appearance on the show was confirmed, it was reported he’d been paid £200,00 by ITV bosses, after being targeted by producers multiple times.

A source told The Sun: ‘Richard’s been asked year after year but the timing has never been right. But now, finally, he’s said ”Yes”. 

‘He’s a favourite with ITV execs. He’s brilliant off and on screen so it seemed as good a time as any to throw caution to the wind and eat animal bits.

‘He’s a fantastic coup and a nailed-on fan favourite. Once you wind him up, off he goes — he will make for castle gold.’ 

Candid: Richard is best known for his lengthy stint hosting This Morning alongside his wife Judy Finnigan, and in recent months has done regular stints on Good Morning Britain

Candid: Richard is best known for his lengthy stint hosting This Morning alongside his wife Judy Finnigan, and in recent months has done regular stints on Good Morning Britain

Candid: Richard is best known for his lengthy stint hosting This Morning alongside his wife Judy Finnigan, and in recent months has done regular stints on Good Morning Britain

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