Emily Atack teases I’m A Celeb camp from behind-the-scenes as she arrives in Oz

Emily Atack gave fans a sneak peak of the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here camp.

The Inbetweeners star, 29, roamed freely behind the scenes of the £7million campsite where reality stars – including Caitlyn Jenner – will shun their lives of luxury.

It got emotional for the actress when she passed the spot where she was greeted by her mum on her exit from the snake-infested jungle.

Camera panning showed the dense forestry and the sprawling rope bridges.

However, Emily abruptly stopped filming when she come up to a spot earmarked by TV bosses as a private spot.

In the cameras, she said: "Oh my god this is where my mummy was when I came out. One of the bridges out.

"I'm not allowed to film past here so goodbye."

It comes after Emily's first class flight from the UK to Australia.

The I'm A Celeb star treated herself to a prosecco as she reclined in her airport seat on Thursday ahead of her I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp appearance.

After coming runner-up to Harry Redknapp on last year's jungle series, she has accepted the invitation to host the spin-off show this year.

Emily has always looked back on her jungle memories with a fondness.

The jungle princess admitted doing the reality show was the best decision after she had faced a crossroads in her life.

She previously said: "I'd reached a point in my life where everything came to a crossroads and I was having a bit of a quarter-life crisis. I was just very lost. I didn’t really know what I wanted from life and everything was at a standstill.

"I got really bored of sitting around waiting for work or for the next movie to come along that only 100 people would see. I got bored of being skint, of twiddling my thumbs, wondering how to take my life to the next stage. I was frustrated.

"I’ve made some stupid decisions both in work and in my personal life But I'm A Celeb was the best, hands down. It flipped everything on its head, I was doing something wild and showing people who I am as a person." 

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