Ola Jordan has revealed her hopes of starting a family with husband James

I’m A Celebrity star Ola Jordan has admitted she can’t wait to start a family now she is out of the jungle.

The dancing professional quit Strictly so she could have a baby but that was put on pause when she was offered a chance to join the camp on I’m A Celeb.

Ola Jordan (ITV/Rex/Shutterstock)
Now she’s out though she is keen to become a mum.

She told The Sun: “We talked about our kids, having kids, wanting kids. We did talk about it.

Ola and James Jordan (Matt Crossick/PA)
“I would like to be a mum one day. I don’t know if I can or I can’t, you just don’t know. I would like to one day.”

She also denied any of her fellow campmates tried to make a move on her saying: “No way, no. Everyone knew I was very happily married.”

Ola with Carol Vorderman (ITV/Rex/Shutterstock)
She admitted she had to scrub herself down for an hour after gathering layers of dirt from camp, telling the paper: “I had a bath, got in and had a proper scrub, then I had a shower to wash it all off. And we had a kiss and a cuddle.”

Her husband James, who is also a former Strictly professional, added: “It only took two minutes.”

Ola admitted: “Missing James was the hardest part. Definitely. Missing James, missing my family. It’s hard.

“People just see the days we are on TV, but I’ve been away from James for three weeks, it’s a long time.”

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