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I am A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Holly Willoughby, 37, and Declan Donnelly, 43, may have already been “warned” by ITV forward of touching down in Australia. 

The duo have reportedly been informed to watch out of swimming within the sea as a result of an enormous enhance of killer shark assaults, off the coast of Queensland, the place the present is filmed, in latest months. 

A present insider informed The Mirror: “ITV take the well being and security of their forged and crew very severely so they are going to cross on the warnings being issued in Australia to everybody together with Dec and Holly.”

There have been no less than 5 shark assaults together with a fatality within the space since September and native fishermen say the sharp toothed predators have gotten “larger and fatter”. 

The swimming warning comes as Dec was noticed touchdown in Australia with spouse Ali Astall and child daughter Isla. 

He captioned the image: “G’day”, together with the Australian flag.  

Dec and spouse Ali have been pictured at Heathrow airport as they ready for the long-haul flight with their child woman, Isla. 

Their two-month daughter, child Isla, was wrapped up heat in a comfy gray blanket and pink child develop as she slept on her dad’s chest. 

The veteran host dressed down for the day as he and his household ready for the 24-hour-flight.

New mum Ali, 40, was glowing as she confirmed no indicators of sleepless nights together with her look, going comparatively make-up free and letting her blonde locks sit naturally on her shoulders.

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