Ruthie Henshall became the second celeb to leave the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! castle during Sunday night's episode.
During her stint in Gwrych Castle, the actress dropped several bombshells – including her raunchy rendezvous with a member of The Royal Family.
Now, Ruthie, 53, has expressed her frustration after discovering that a disagreement she had with campmate Vernon Kay, 46, had not aired while she was in the camp.
Ruthie, Vernon, Victoria Derbyshire and Sir Mo Farah were tasked with working in pairs to use a wooden board to roll a ball directly into a hole without dropping it.
However, Henshall and Sir Mo faced difficulties – securing just two of their five balls in the challenge.
In a heated debate, she told Vernon: "Use your c**k to knock the ball down the hole!"
Moments after, Sir Mo said: "We dropped so many balls, it was tough – at one point I was getting frustrated, we all were."
A frustrated Ruthie exclaimed: "I was really frustrated because of what it was for — the treats from home.
"I don't want to let anyone down. I think this is absolutely almost impossible, it's crazy hard."
Speaking to The Sun, a source revealed: "Ruthie was just so desperate to get everyone their treat from home that in the heat of the moment she snapped at Vernon.
"He was trying to be supportive but Ruthie clearly took it the wrong way and briefly barked back at him.
"Vernon sometimes goes into host mode, which is only natural given it's his day job, and she felt it was distracting her focus."
They went on to add that despite the clash, all campmates were still on the best of terms and remained friends, but due to being in such close proximity to one another round the clock, it was "natural" for there to be some friction amongst the group.
During her eviction chat, Ruthie revealed she regretted discussing her relationship with The Queen's youngest son, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
Speaking about revealing she had "sh***ed in the bedrooms" of Buckingham Palace, she said: "I've never talked about that, it was Shane.
"They [media], were saying before I went in that people were hoping I'd speak about it and I kept saying 'I'm not going to spill the beans…'"
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs daily at 9.15pm on ITV.
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