Georgia Toffolo is backing Brexit even though she voted remain.
The "Made in Chelsea" star voted against Brexit during the 2016 EU referendum insisting that she's "very pro-immigration" and admitting she didn't believe the rhetoric of the original leave campaign concerning migration.
However, the 34-year-old reality star feels the country is "bored and angry" that Britain is still in the EU three years after Leave claimed victory and confessed she is now a keen Brexiteer.
In an interview with the Telegraph, she said: "We need to leave, deal or no deal. The mood of the country is that we're bored, we're angry, we voted to leave
"And there are lots of calls for a second referendum, but if that does happen, I would be very, very upset."
The "I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here" winner also explained that she isn't a fan of Prime Minister Theresa May and feels that the position would be more suited to a "big Brexiteer".
She said: "I was [a fan of May] while growing up because she was my grandparent's MP and I've always looked at her as quite a strong woman
"But I just don't know if she should have been chosen to lead a country that voted to leave the EU.
"It would be interesting in hindsight if a big Brexiteer would have got us a better deal and if we'd have left by now perhaps."
As for who she wants to see take over from May - the socialite is backing Conservative politicians Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson.
She said: "I'm a slight betting woman and had money on Jeremy Hunt at the end of last year, because the odds were really good, 18-1 or something.
"I think it'll be Hunt and Boris in the end, and as a great friend of Stanley's I'd have to put my backing behind Boris."