Giovanna Fletcher has reunited with her children a day after winning I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.
The podcast star, 35, took to her Instagram account on Saturday night to share pictures of herself hugging her sons Buddy, six, Buzz, four and two-year-old Max, who she shares with her husband Tom Fletcher, for the first time in weeks.
She had no contact with them while she was on the show, but was also kept apart from them for weeks beforehand as she had to self-isolate before the series began.
On Friday night, Giovanna was crowned the first ever queen of the castle, beating runner-up Jordan North and Vernon Kay, who came in third.
In the emotional post Gi could be seen giving her three boys a huge cuddle in her hallway, which had been decorated with a stunning Christmas tree.
Before they hugged she had dropped her I'm A Celeb crown and sceptre, which lay on the ground behind them.
Another photo saw Buddy and Buzz jumping around her excitedly as she knelt down on the floor to hug her youngest son Max.
Giovanna captioned the post: "Mumma Gi here and I'm thrilled to say I'm home with my boys and Tom and soaking up all the kisses and cuddles I've missed.
"They've been extremely excited to talk to me about all the trials, wear my crown (they think they're now Princes and that we're moving into the castle), and then make me watch their new favourite show... @imacelebrity."
She continued: "Three weeks ago I walked into a Welsh castle and straight into the arms of 11 wonderful humans for what felt like the most uplifting, hilarious and emotional camping trip of all time.
"Stepping out of your comfort zone can be a scary but amazing thing."
Giovanna then tagged her campmates to say how much she enjoyed sharing the experience with them, and Ant and Dec and the crew for helping her get through it.
She added: "It's been a whirlwind 24 hours and I can't thank everyone enough for all the support."
The mum-of-three finished the post: "And finally.... @tomfletcher, I love you so much.
"Thank you for your endless love and support.
"Big love, your Queen of the Castle."