I'm A Celebrity's stars will have to survive 50mph gales and driving rain when show returns on Sunday

I'M A Celebrity's stars are facing a miserable welcome to the first UK series – with 50mph gale winds forecast to lash the camp.

This Morning's Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford today brought in Welsh weather forecaster Ruth Dodsworth to deliver the bad news.

She explained: "A wet, warm, Welsh welcome awaits our celebs. It is going to be miserable.

"Heavy rain, thundery downpours. Can you believe it – the Met Office are even looking at issuing a weather warning for strong wings.

"We could see gales – winds of over 50mph this weekend. What can I say except sorry. We're not doing it on purpose in Wales."

The 45-year-old added that the second week could be dry – but considerably colder, with frost forecast for the stars.




Ruth explained: "In to the second we could see things settling down. A little bit of sunshine by day but by night the temperatures will drop.

"We could well see some frosty conditions. Who'd like to be stuck in a castle with a frost?"

The conditions are likely to make things even less hospitable for the stars, who The Sun revealed yesterday will be living in very basic accommodation.

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