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Tom Williams says he's looking forward to 'making lunchboxes' after leaving I'm A Celebrity


‘I’ll be doing plaits and ponytails!’ Stay-at-home dad Tom Williams says he’s looking forward to ‘making lunchboxes and hanging with the mums at school drop-off’ after leaving I’m A Celebrity

He’s out of the jungle, and Tom Williams says he can’t wait to get home to his family.

Following his elimination from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! last Thursday, the 49-year-old stay-at-home dad said he was looking forward to getting back to normality.  

‘I am just heading back home to my wife and children, who are about to go to school,’ the former TV presenter told Now to Love.

Going home: Following his elimination from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! last Thursday, Tom Williams said he was looking forward to getting back to normality

Going home: Following his elimination from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! last Thursday, Tom Williams said he was looking forward to getting back to normality

‘So I’ll be doing plaits and ponytails and hearing about “Daddy, I don’t want my hair like that”.’

Tom has two daughters, Storm, five, and Sloane, three, with his wife of eight years, fashion designer Rachel Gilbert, 37.   

And after roughing it in the South African jungle for three weeks, he said he couldn’t wait to be reunited with his family.  

One big happy family: Tom has two daughters, Storm, five, and Sloane, three, with his wife of eight years, fashion designer Rachel Gilbert

One big happy family: Tom has two daughters, Storm, five, and Sloane, three, with his wife of eight years, fashion designer Rachel Gilbert

'That's the best thing I could ever go home to... making lunchboxes and hanging with the mums at school drop off,' he said

‘That’s the best thing I could ever go home to… making lunchboxes and hanging with the mums at school drop off,’ he said 

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‘That’s the best thing I could ever go home to… making lunchboxes and hanging with the mums at school drop off,’ he added.    

Following his elimination, Tom said his experience on the show had made him a ‘better’ person.

‘My heart is full. I’ll be a better dad, a better husband and a better mate. More appreciative of what goes on around your life,’ he told 10 daily on Friday.  

Fight for equality: Tom has been a vocal advocate for equal parental leave, admitting he feels 'so lucky' to have been given the opportunity to spend time at home with his daughters

Fight for equality: Tom has been a vocal advocate for equal parental leave, admitting he feels ‘so lucky’ to have been given the opportunity to spend time at home with his daughters

Tom has been a vocal advocate for equal parental leave, admitting he feels ‘so lucky’ to have been given the opportunity to spend time at home with his daughters.  

‘I feel so lucky to have the luxury of spending valuable years with my girls while they were young thanks to the @dailyeditionon7 time scheduling and opportunities of my work life,’ he wrote on Instagram in July. 

‘An awesome job with the freedom to attend to my children, something that has been instrumental in our family life. And I feel the need for Dads to be there in these early years as they are so important.’  

'I'll be doing plaits and ponytails and hearing about "Daddy, I don't want my hair like that",' he said following his elimination

‘I’ll be doing plaits and ponytails and hearing about “Daddy, I don’t want my hair like that”,’ he said following his elimination



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