Dec mentions baby Isla – but his ‘package’ distracts I’m A Celebrity viewers

I’m A Celebrity viewers loved tonight’s opening as Dec Donnelly finally mentioned his baby daughter.

The presenter, who became a dad to little Isla Elizabeth Anne when wife Ali Astall gave birth in September, joked about having a sleepless night.

After speaking about Harry Redknapp’s terrible night’s sleep, Dec admitted: "I know that feeling folks. No one got a wink of sleep in our hotel room last night.

"Firstly the bedtime milk wasn’t warm enough, then the blanket fell off, then the crying started.

"Worst of all my wife couldn’t hear me. She was busy with the baby."

Holly Willoughby and the crew started giggling at the gag, but viewers at home noticed something suspicious in his trousers.

Shocked I’m A Celebrity fans took to Twitter after spotting his bold package.

One viewer asked: "Erm, anyone else noticed that Dec’s trousers are a little, um, tight in certain areas tonight……."

Another added: "‘Little Dec’ is prominent tonight, no?"

A third agreed: "Has Dec got socks stuffed to pad out his crotch?"

Other viewers were pleased that Dec had finally spoke about his baby girl.

One viewer said: "Aww Dec talking about Isla, so cute"

"Aww first mention of Isla," added another happy fan.

This came after Harry woke up having suffered a terrible night’s sleep which he blamed on the hot chocolate he’d drunk the night before.

Speaking to his fellow campmates, he said: "It was the worst night’s sleep ever, I was buzzing and bouncing off the pillow. I must have turned over a hundred times.

"Whether it was the excitement of seeing the family or the hot chocolate I don’t know. Hot chocolate is something I’ve not drunk before."

I’m A Celebrity airs tonight on ITV at 9pm

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