I'M a Celeb champ Danny Miller had a tearful reunion with fiancée Steph Jones as he returned home after three weeks away.
Danny, 30, was snapped in an emotional embrace with Steph, as they shared a kiss before she wrapped her legs around his waist.
New mum Steph, also 30, looked equally as overjoyed to have Danny home, and they didn't seem to care who was watching as they got reacquainted.
Former Emmerdale actor Danny became King of the Castle during Sunday night's finale of the ITV show – with Corrie's Simon Gregson coming runner-up and Loose Women star Frankie Bridge finishing third.
He and Steph – along with their baby boy Albert – had a brief reunion yesterday during Danny's interview on Lorraine.
Unsurprisingly there were tears from Danny as he saw his fiancée and son for the first time in three weeks, as Steph told him via video link: "We've missed you so much Danny, we just want you to come home now."
A choked up Danny replied: "Oh darling, I love you so much."
During Danny's time in the I'm a Celeb castle, Steph made viewers emotional with her touching letter from home – in which she referenced little Albert and Danny's friendship with fellow campmate David Ginola.
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David, 54, read Steph's letter to Danny, which said: "Dear Daddy, it’s Steph and Albert here. He recognises your voice on the telly and looks up at it when he hears you.
“I really think he looks more and more like you every day.
"We all love watching your relationship with David blossom. Thank you David for looking after our boy.”
Danny previously opened up about the tough decision to take part in the show just weeks after Albert's birth, insisting he wanted to set his family up for life.
He also revealed that, despite wanting to quit on several occasions, being able to provide a financially stable future for Albert made him stay.
Danny added: "I never shy away from it that I couldn’t afford to walk away from it. I was doing it for Albert’s future."
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