16 November 2020 16:31

Parasports star Hollie Arnold at the BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality of the Year awards 2019.

She went on to compete in London in 2012, and Rio in 2016 - and that's where she won gold, setting a new world record at the same time. We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Sign up fornow and never miss the top Royal stories again. Hollie Arnold has joined the cast of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

2020 and she is known for being an established Paralympian. The sporting star helped the rest of her campmates locate their rucksacks containing their provisions ahead of their move into Gwrych Castle. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know about when the Paralympian received her MBE. When did the Paralympian Hollie Arnold receive her MBE? The first episode of I'm A Celebrity 2020 aired on November 15 and fans met the 10 celebrities taking part in this year's challenges.

Hollie Arnold worked alongside some of her campmates to guide the remaining contestants down a cliffside, so they could grab their possessions for the three weeks ahead. The 26-year-old is known for being a javelin star, and she took part in the Summer Paralympics of 2008, 2012 and 2016. She was the youngest ever athlete to take part in the Paralympics, being only 13 or 14 during the 2008 games. She has thrown personal bests on numerous occasions and won a gold medal at the Rio Paralympics with a world record result. The star holds four world titles from Lyon in 2013, Doha in 2015, London in 2017 and Dubai in 2019, and she was awarded an MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) in 2017.

READ MORE: I'm A Celebrity salaries: How much are the stars paid? Parasports star Hollie Arnold at the BBC Cymru Wales Sports Personality of the Year awards 2019. (Huw Fairclough/Getty Images) I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here made its long awaited return to screens on Sunday (15 November) and presenters Ant and Dec wasted no time in poking fun at the contestants. The Geordie pair couldn't help but gently mock parasport star Hollie Arnold after she introduced herself as an MBE. Arnold was awarded the honour in 2017 for services to field athletics. Read more: Shane Richie grateful for I'm A Celeb as pandemic has left him 'skint' Watch: Find out which celebs are taking part in this year's I'm A Celeb The understandably proud athlete dropped the title in when introducing herself to fellow contestants while communicating via walkie-talkie. It wasn't missed by Ant and Dec, and when the show cut back to the pair they duly made fun of the formal introduction. With the show this year taking place in Wales, they made reference to being in the same time zone as viewers with a "quick time-check". Hollie Arnold MBE in a promotional still for I'm A Celebrity... When Ant provided the time, Dec said: "Thanks for that, Ant." Ant responded: "It's actually Ant McPartlin OBE." Viewers also found the formal introduction amusing, with many taking to social media to point it out. One person tweeted ""i'm hollie arnold MBE" hahaha ok cool i'm joe 5 GCSES nice to meet you." Ant and Dec have relocated from Down Under to Gwrych Castle. (ITV) Another said: "Even @antanddec throwing shade on Hollie Arnold MBE. This is delicious." The show this year was forced to relocate to Gwrych Castle near Abergale, north Wales, due to coronavirus restrictions. Show bosses still managed to secure an impressive line-up though, and Arnold isn't the only campmate distinguished with a royal honour. Read more: I'm A Celeb 2020 line-up: All the confirmed stars taking part Fellow athlete Sir Mo Farrah, who is the most decorated British track athlete in the modern Olympics, was awarded a CBE in 2013 for his services to athletics. He was then given a knighthood in 2017. I'm A Celebrity continues on ITV tonight at 9pm. Watch: Jordan North's reaction to first I'm A Celeb challenge