Im A Celebs Danny opens up over sacrifice as he couldnt afford to quit show

Danny Miller was crowned king of the I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! castle on Sunday night.

The 30-year-old revealed he would have quit the ITV show sooner if he was not providing for her newborn son.

The Emmerdale actor left finance Steph Jones and baby son Albert behind as he entered the Gwrych Castle for 20 days.

During Danny's time in the castle, he entered the show's prison called The Clink which pushed him to nearly quit the show several times, writes The Mirror.

He said: “There were a lot of things thrown at us and there were a lot of people saying they wanted to quit. They hadn’t signed up for this experience.

"The Clink was hard. I don’t think I realised how hard it was when I signed up.

Danny revealed he couldn't afford to quit the hit ITV show.

He added: “But there’s no point in me lying. The truth is that I wouldn’t have been able to afford to walk away from it.

"I think it was a mental challenge for me. Everyone in there had their own mental battles, and people in there including me have got their own mental health issues and stuff."

The soap star played fan favourite Aaron Dingle in the ITV soap Emmerdale from 2003.

He added he left his job at Emmerdale to show the world "what Danny Miller is about" instead of the actor who plays Aaron in the soap.

Danny said he wanted to leave the gruelling reality show on more than one occasion but he didn't because "A, I couldn’t afford to do it, and B, I didn’t want to do it."

“I wanted to finish the journey. I signed up to a show and I wanted to finish the contract. I wanted to finish the show. I wanted to do everything I could to represent myself and my family as best I could," he said.

Admitting winning "feels crazy" Danny added how he continued in the show for his son's future.

He would never have done the ITV show if it wasn't for his partner Steph encouraging him.

He explained: “She was the one who said, ‘You need to do it for us and to set us up’. Without this show, I wouldn’t have been able to leave Emmerdale and it’s all good saying that I wanted to go out there and show people who I am and stuff, but financially I’m not going to lie, without her, I wouldn’t have been able to do the show.

"She said, ‘This is a once in a lifetime opportunity’.”

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