ebekah Vardy didn't miss her raunchy romps with her husband Jamie Vardy while she was in the "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" camp - because food was the only thing on her mind.
The WAG - who married the footballer last year - has been away from the 30-year-old sportsman for almost a month but she has admitted getting frisky between the sheets was the last thing she thought about while she was taking part in the jungle show, filmed in Australia, because all she wanted was to put some grub in her mouth and cure her grumbling stomach.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: "I missed cuddles with Jamie but I didn't think about sex once. No one had thought about it in camp. It's weird but the hunger takes over."
The 35-year-old beauty - who has four children; Finley, who is 10 months old, and Sofia, two, with Jamie, and Megan, 12, and son Taylor, seven, from two previous relationships - has lost over a stone in weight since entering the jungle and is planning to spend the money she's earnt from the show on a new boob job because she wants her bosoms to have a little "lift."
She explained: "I lost a stone. This is the weight I was before I had any kids. Jamie loves me whatever I look like, but I'm too skinny now.
"New boobs are on my Christmas list. I got them done eight years ago and I want to get them done again because I've breast-fed two babies since then."
While she was on the show, Rebekah was put up for numerous tasks - including an eating challenge - and is furious that her husband has racked up a huge phone bill voting for her.
She said: "I knew they'd vote for me to do trials. Jamie said he'd make sure it happens. I'm furious as he's warned me about the phone bill from all his voting."
But she was ruled out of several challenges on "medical grounds" and, although she was accused of being a diva, it wad down to the fact she has a dangerous allergy to shellfish.
She explained: "I wasn't being a diva. I'm allergic to shellfish, I get really bad reactions, so to be on the safe side I had to opt out of fish trials."