Britt Eckland's Prince Charming has had enough

Nigel Havers has walked off I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! 2010.

The actor, 59, was shown on Sunday night’s programme complaining about the treatment of contestants during Bushtucker Trials. Now he’s gone – after just 10 days.

TV nutritionist Gillian McKeith, 51 – who feels ‘mentally exhausted’ – collapsed on live TV after being told she’d been nominated by the public for her 7th challenge.

Gillian refused to attempt the Dreaded Digger trial and to have creepy crawlies dropped on her head.

Nigel was game about having maggots in his hair, but objected to the Kangaroo Court task, set in a makeshift courtroom.

Every time the contestants saw a baby joey shoot out of a toy kangaroo,
they had to bang their gavel – with the slowest given electric shocks.

‘I’m not up for it, I don’t do electric shocks so I’m leaving. I cannot waste another second of my life,’ Nigel declared.

‘If you are gaining something, that’s a fantastic thing. But if you’re not gaining something…’

Nigel had bonded with Happy Mondays star Shaun Ryder and Britt Eckland but was also bored by some of the ‘inane’ conversation topics in the camp.

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