Larry Lamb has been booted out of the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here' jungle.
The 69-year-old actor has become the sixth celebrity to leave the Australian jungle after losing out in the public vote.
Speaking to hosts Ant and Dec after his exit, he said: "I'm disappointed [to leave] but I've had such an extraordinary time. Whatever happened, it changed me as a person. It really has - just to be with those people in that situation, it's something you can't really create. It's got to be created for you.
"Those people coming together like that and everybody having to rub along and put up with each other's little foibles ... And the food regime; I would never do that but I know I've always wanted to do that - just to eat simple food all the time."
And Larry admits his experience has helped him "appreciate" his family more.
Asked if his time in the jungle was how he expected it to be, he added: "Absolutely. To spend three weeks cooking on a fire and having to make sure everything's ready and in order. And to live an ordered life in what are potentially chaotic circumstances, it's done me the world of good. More than anything, it's made me appreciate my family.
"To listen to the chat between everybody there about how they relate to their families. Wayne is a wonderful dad. And Jordan has been parented by amazing people. Those different familial situations I have become aware of with them has just made me understand how lucky I've been but just how much more I've got to do."
However, Larry wouldn't decide who he wanted to win and joked he would love it if they all became King or Queen of the Jungle.
He quipped: "Who do I want to win? I'm not going to answer that ... All of them."
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