Caitlyn Jenner breaks down as she's snubbed by her family after being eliminated from 'I'm A Celebrity'

The 70-year-old reality TV star was left in tears as no one from her family had come to meet her after she was voted out of 'I'm A Celebrity' after three weeks on Friday

                            Caitlyn Jenner breaks down as she's snubbed by her family after being eliminated from 'I'm A Celebrity'
Caitlyn Jenner (Source : Getty Images)

Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle became the seventh and eighth stars to be eliminated from the reality TV show 'I'm A Celebrity'. The pair missed their chance of being in the semi-final after they got eliminated on Friday, December 6.

After the news of their elimination was announced by hosts Ant and Dec, 70-year-old Jenner was seen breaking down in tears as she declared that she "missed her family terribly" over the last three weeks. 

Caitlyn Jenner spoke about how much she had missed her family over the last three weeks (Getty Images)

In a disheartening twist, not a single member of her brood came to greet her as she left. Caitlyn was overcome with emotion as she left the camp after three weeks.

While speaking to Ant and Dec, she said, "It was tough. I came here to test myself, obviously. I did this show 16 years ago, turned 70, and thought what a challenge. I knew it wasn't going to be easy."

"The first night, I didn't think I'd make it to next night," she added.

She also spoke about her campmates and shared that she had met some of the greatest people in the last couple of weeks. "There wasn't one person who was causing any trouble... I can't believe I made it all the way to three weeks and so it was great. I hate to leave them behind but I'm ready to get out," she shared. 

When asked about her famous family, Caitlyn said that she missed them. She has six children and 20 grandchildren and she touched upon her 'complicated' family dynamic. She revealed that, in her family, things get very complicated around Christmas time. 

She then joked about preferring to being in the jungle and said, "Being in the jungle is probably easier than spending it with my family! I'm pulled every direction... But it'll be great. I made sure after this I didn't schedule anything until January so I've got the rest of the month off and it was quite an experience to go through. Am I glad it's over? Yeah. I've had enough."

She also revealed that she would like to see Rowan Kemp crowned King of the Jungle.

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