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Kerry Katona delighted fans as she shared a snap with a blast from her I'm A Celebrity past on her Instagram page.
The former Atomic Kitten, 41, was ecstatic having bumped in to footballing legend and former camp mate Neil 'Razor' Ruddock.
Singer Kerry couldn't hide her excitement grinning from ear to ear in the photo of the pair cuddled up on what looked like a London pavement.
She wrote: "Awww looking who I bumped into… my old jungle buddy @[email protected]" Kerry also added two love heart emojis to her post as she gushed over seeing her old friend.
And it seems the feeling was mutual as Neil commented on the photo with a trio of love hearts in response
Kerry and Neil were both contestants on the third series of I'm A Celeb back in 2004. Kerry went on to eventually be crowned the winner of the series and the first ever female winner of the show.
It's a welcome escape from her current reality for Kerry who has recently admitted she and her children have been suffering horrific abuse from trolls.
Writing frankly in her New magazine column Kerry has confessed that cruel social media users have been asking her "are you not dead yet?" as they try to berate her and her five kids.
Kerry said: "Trolling is one of the most horrific things anyone can go through and I really feel for our kids.
"I've been called an 'unfit mother' and been asked: 'Are you not dead yet?'
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"You do start to believe the horrible comments after a while. But for me, I got to a certain point in my life, when I was 36, where I told myself: 'Other people's opinions of me do not matter, they do not define me as a person.'"
Kerry also admitted that she has struggled to come to terms with a way of not letting the mean things said take a hold on her.
She continued: "It took me a long time to get to that point – but is where I am now."
- Kerry Katona
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