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16 November 2020 18:30

Victoria Derbyshire said she’d never have signed up for I’m A Celebrity before having breast cancer.

FREE now and never miss the top Royal stories again. SUBSCRIBE Invalid email Sign up fornow and never miss the top Royal stories again. Today the first episode of I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here's Daily Drop was released on the ITV Hub and presenter Vick Hope discussed the the ten celebrities first night in the welsh castle. She was joined by Emma Willis, Fleur East and Sam Thompson and together they spoke about Beverley Callard's performance during the first Bushtucker Trial. And it seems they think the Coronation Street star is going to create friction amongst the camp should she struggle to win the all-important stars.

I think they could get annoyed at others for not pulling their weight." Well-known TV presenter Emma said: "I don't think Bev will create friction but frictions will come from Beverly struggling a little." "The struggle was real," Fluer joked. READ MORE: I'm A Celebrity 'saved Gwrych castle' with £300,000 location fee Beverley Callard to blame for I'm A Celeb camp rows over Bushtucker Trial failures READ MORE Jordan North leaves I'm A Celebrity viewers feeling sick "We've seen her struggle a bit in the first show and if she doesn't like bugs, I think she will definitely struggle," Emma continued. "I think especially if she gets nominated for the trials, because when you get really hungry in there, you just want someone to come back and tell you you're having a good meal," The X Factor star remarked. "And if someone like Beverley goes and she struggles each time, the tensions are going to rise." "They do seem all quite nice though!" Emma said. Oh how we've missed the sweet sweet sound of screaming Celebrities @antanddec #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/89dLjUnMi0 — I'm A Celebrity...

"She's your mate isn't she Emma?" Vick said and The Voice presenter replied: "SHe's one of my closest friends and you are absolutely right to be taken by her, she's a wonderful human being. I'm A Celebrity 2020 contestants Last night, Beverley and the other nine celebrities took part in their first trial. Thousands of critters were thrown on top of them and Beverley struggle with the creepy crawlies, well after the trial had concluded. Get the best celeb exclusives and video house tours to your inbox every evening with our daily newsletter Sign up Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! This year a whole host of new celebrities are being put through their paces, undergoing adrenaline-inducing trials and retching on animal testicles.

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. Featuring on this year's show is multi-award-winning journalist and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire. But if the star is not going in as a single lady, so love will not be blossoming in Gwrych Castle in North Wales. Who is Victoria Derbyshire married to? Victoria is married to 58-year-old television and radio producer Mark Sandell. He runs the production company, 6foot6 as well as producing radio shows. He is very tall, which may be where the name of his production company comes from. When did Victoria Derbyshire and Mark Sandell marry? Victoria and Mark married in a private ceremony back in 2018, however the couple had already been dating for 15 years The star went public with the fact she had breast cancer in 2015, and went on to have a mastectomy. A year after the wedding she told The Sunday Times: "I remember thinking Mark and I should marry quickly in case I die. Victoria continued: "I had to pause after saying 'in sickness' to hold back some tears. Do Victoria Derbyshire and Mark Sandell have kids? The couple have two teenaged sons; Oliver, 16, and 13-year-old Joe. (Image: Instagram/Victoria Derbyshire) Earlier this year the presenter opened up on how she had prepared her husband for raising the kids alone when she was unsure as to whether her cancer had spread. On the programme Dear NHS Superstars she said: "I got home, and I said to Mark, 'You might have to bring up the boys on your own." Luckily she was wrong, it hadn't spread and the star is now cancer-free. Victoria Derbyshire said she'd never have signed up for I'm A Celebrity before having breast cancer. Is she now cancer-free? There's more MBE, OBE and CBE's in the I'm A Celebrity Castle than ever before – or so it seems as everyone keeps mentioning it! Speaking of awards, one journalist who's won BAFTAs and RTA's is Victoria! While Victoria's career has been hugely successful, she's had a lot to deal with health-wise. Screenshot: Victoria Derbyshire I'm A Celebrity 2020 – ITV Victoria Derbyshire: Breast cancer Journalist and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire, 52, spoke of her battle with breast cancer during I'm A Celebrity series 20 episode 1: "I would never have said yes to this before having breast cancer, there is no way. But, life is short, I want to immerse myself…"The mum-of-two was diagnosed in 2015 with breast cancer after noticing that her nipple was inverted. She took to Twitter on August 19th to share the news of her diagnosis after visiting the GP. Victoria also documented her journey, from having a mastectomy to eight months of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Victoria worried that she'd never see her two sons grow up, however, she has thankfully made a full recovery. I'm A Celebrity: Is Mo Farah vegan? Hi, have been diagnosed with breast cancer & am having a mastectomy in a few wks. Family, friends, work & NHS staff are being brilliant 1/2 — Victoria Derbyshire (@vicderbyshire) August 19, 2015 Victoria's breast cancer diaries From her diagnosis in 2015 to today, Victoria has spoken publicly about her battle with breast cancer. As reported by The Mirror, following chemotherapy and radiotherapy, Victoria was put on hormonal therapy drug, tamoxifen tablets, for the next 10 years in a bid to stop the disease returning. Victoria's extremely open and honest diaries of enduring cancer were recorded in order to help others suffering from the disease, she wanted to "demystify" the illness. You can watch Victoria's diaries 1-6 online. She also released a book, Dear Cancer, in 2018, diarising her breast cancer story. Victoria has been cancer-free since 2016. Victoria Derbyshire: Family Victoria is a mum to two boys – Oliver, 16 and Joe, 13. Joe is running Victoria's Instagram account (@vicderbyshire) while she's in the I'm A Celeb Castle. She's also married to Mark Sandell, 58. After 16 years together, the couple got married in 2018. Mark is a TV and radio producer and runs a production company – 6foot6. Follow Mark on Twitter @MRSandell where he has around 3,500 followers. At multiple points during her cancer journey, Victoria thought that her husband may have to raise their sons alone. Her youngest son, Joe, wrote on Instagram on November 10th that 2015 was "…the worst period for her and our family". Thankfully, the family of four can now enjoy their lives together as she's made a full recovery. I'm A Celeb: Has Beverley Callard had surgery? WATCH I'M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! FROM SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH ON ITV