Reigning I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! champion Jacqueline Jossa reportedly set to head to Gwrych Castle to meet this year's contestants.
The actress, who was crowned Queen of The Jungle in 2019, had been asked by bosses to make a full appearance on the show, which has swapped Australia for North Wales.
However, Jacqueline, 28, is believed to have rejected the generous offer of a night in the haunted castle.
Instead, the former EastEnders star will make a flying visit at the end of the season and hand over her crown to the new champion.
"Jacqueline is really grateful to ITV.
"But while she was offered the chance to make a cameo she didn't want to steal anyone else's thunder, she's had her jungle experience and they should have their own," a source told The Sun.
The insider went on to say: "She accepted the chance to hand over the crown but it'll be a flying visit."
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Jacqueline has previously addressed the campmates of 2020 and her thoughts on this year's contenders.
She told fans: "So, my top five I would say is obviously the Eastenders guys! Jessica and Shane. Obviously, I've met Shane, I haven't met Jessica but she seems absolutely lovely and I feel like she could potentially win.
"She's just got that something about her."
The news comes after it was revealed that former campmates Joe Swash, Charlie Brooks, Vicky Pattison and Joey Essex will all be heading to North Wales.
Despite signing on the dotted line, the group has no idea what bosses have lined up for them but have been told to expect the unexpected.
This year's instalment of I'm A Celeb has relocated to Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales due to travel restrictions surrounding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Daily Star Online has approached a representative for Jacqueline Jossa for comment.
I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! airs daily on ITV at 9pm.
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