I’m A Celeb stars pictured outside Gwrych Castle despite policies requiring participants to stay at camp

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Five campmates from the current series of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here were photographed on Friday while walking through the grounds of Gwrych Castle.

The contestants were spotted heading for their next challenge, each wearing their signature navy blue waterproof jackets and red pants.

It comes after Friday’s ratings plummeted again to just 4.5 million viewers, according to overnight figures.

Out and about: Five campmates from the current series of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here were photographed on Friday while walking around the grounds of Gwrych Castle

The ratings of the ITV show plummeted again on Thursday night, dropping a staggering 553,000 viewers from the previous night.

Analysis of the evening’s ratings showed that an average of 4.6 million viewers tuned in to watch the show, which was a drastic drop for Wednesday night’s 5.16 million viewers.

Thursday’s peak, meanwhile, saw 5.46 million viewers, compared to 5.12 million on Wednesday – representing a drop of 340,000 viewers before peak numbers.

The dwindling numbers, which have continued to fall throughout the week, come in the wake of Storm Arwen, who forced the ITV show off the air on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, to the fury of viewers at home.

Here they are: The contestants were spotted heading for their next challenge, each wearing their signature navy blue waterproof jackets and red trousers

Here they are: The contestants were spotted heading for their next challenge, each wearing their signature navy blue waterproof jackets and red trousers

Confirmed: Each sporting their signature navy blue waterproof jackets and red pants, it was unclear which stars had broken the rules

Confirmed: Each sporting their signature navy blue waterproof jackets and red pants, it was unclear which stars had broken the rules

Tragically, it comes after Friday's ratings continued to drop to just 4.5 million viewers, despite an audience average of 12.14 million just three years ago

Tragically, it comes after Friday’s ratings continued to drop to just 4.5 million viewers, despite an audience average of 12.14 million just three years ago

Disappointing: analysis of last Thursday's ratings showed that an average of 4.6 million viewers listened to the show, which was a drastic drop for Wednesday night's 5.16 million viewers

Disappointing: analysis of last Thursday’s ratings showed that an average of 4.6 million viewers listened to the show, which was a drastic drop for Wednesday night’s 5.16 million viewers

Despite the declining numbers, the show remains the most watched show of the evening, with 30.6% viewers in its timeslot.

The comparison between Thursday’s and Wednesday’s figures came after another drop was noted between Wednesday and Tuesday.

The nightly ratings for Wednesday’s December 1 episode showed 5.16 million fans tuned in — down from the 5.44 million average watched the previous night.

The viewership so far in the 2021 series pales in comparison to the ratings series 18 in 2018 – won by Harry Redknapp – which averaged a whopping 12.14 million.

Oh no!  Thursday's peak, meanwhile, saw 5.46 million viewers, compared to 5.12 million on Wednesday - representing a drop of 340,000 viewers before peak numbers

Oh no! Thursday’s peak, meanwhile, saw 5.46 million viewers, compared to 5.12 million on Wednesday – representing a drop of 340,000 viewers before peak numbers

Angry: The dwindling numbers, which have been falling steadily all week, come in the wake of storm Arwen, which forced the ITV show off the air on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, to the fury of viewers at home

Angry: The dwindling numbers, which have been falling steadily all week, come in the wake of storm Arwen, which forced the ITV show off the air on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, to the fury of viewers at home

Win: Despite the drop in numbers, the show remains the most watched show of the evening, with a 30.6% share of viewers in its timeslot

Win: Despite the drop in numbers, the show remains the most watched show of the evening, with a 30.6% share of viewers in its timeslot

New Home: The last two series of I'm A Celeb were filmed at the 200-year-old Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales

New Home: The last two series of I’m A Celeb were filmed at the 200-year-old Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales

The last two series of I’m A Celeb were shot at the 200-year-old Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales.

Stars were forced to endure 8°C cold temperatures and no protection from the elements after bosses paid £1million to secure site use when production was forced to shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions. to move to Australia.

And while the Welsh setting charmed a captive audience in lockdown during the hit 2020 series, it doesn’t seem to spark the same interest this year.

Chilly: Stars forced to endure 8°C cold temperatures and no protection from the elements after bosses pay £1million to secure site use

Chilly: Stars forced to endure 8°C cold temperatures and no protection from the elements after bosses pay £1million to secure site use

Disappointing: and while the Welsh setting charmed a captive audience in lockdown during the hit 2020 series, it doesn't seem to spark the same interest this year

Disappointing: and while the Welsh setting charmed a captive audience in lockdown during the hit 2020 series, it doesn’t seem to spark the same interest this year

Oh my gosh: it comes after the program was taken off the air for three nights after the extreme weather in Wales caused technical damage to the set and meant the celebrities had to be removed from their camp and quarantined

Oh my gosh: it comes after the program was taken off the air for three nights after the extreme weather in Wales caused technical damage to the set and meant the celebrities had to be removed from their camp and quarantined

Yippie!  About the show's return at the start of the program, Dec joked,

Yippie! About the show’s return at the start of the program, Dec joked, “Hello! It’s been a crazy few days, but the castle is back in business and the storm clouds are about to lift on I’m A Celebrity!’

It comes after the program was taken off the air for three nights after the extreme weather in Wales caused technical damage to the set, forcing the celebrities to be removed from their camp and quarantined.

About the show’s return at the start of the program, Dec joked, “Hello! It’s been a crazy few days, but the castle is back in business and the storm clouds are about to lift on I’m A Celebrity!’

Ant added: “It feels so good to be back, we haven’t been with you since Friday as it caused a lot of damage from the storm.

‘The castle was fine though, turns out these places are built to last! We worked hard to get the show back on track and the team did a fantastic job.”

Dangerous: Ant (left) added: 'It feels so good to be back, we haven't been with you since Friday as it caused a lot of damage from the storm'

Dangerous: Ant (left) added: ‘It feels so good to be back, we haven’t been with you since Friday as it caused a lot of damage from the storm’

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