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Caitlyn Jenner Faces Punishment After Breaking Huge ‘I’m A Celeb’ Rule

If you’ve logged into Twitter any time recently, you’ll probably be aware that Caitlyn Jenner is currently taking part in the British version of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

So far, the star has been sailing through the bush tucker trials and keeping morale in the camp high. But it looks like trouble may be on the horizon, as she’s broken a huge I’m A Celeb rule.

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Last night, some of the campmates won a feast after gaining nine stars.

They had the option to win a traditional British roast dinner for all twelve campmates, but unfortunately, Andy Whyment, Ian Wright, and Cliff Parisi went hungry with rice and beans after two of the campmates failed the final challenge.

So, upon returning to a camp with a rather full stomach, Caitlyn decided to be a good samaritan and sneak some chicken and corn on the cob into the camp through her pocket to give to a ravenous Ian Wright.

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But, despite trying to go unnoticed, her rebellious antic didn’t escape the eyes of I’m A Celeb hosts, Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly.

After showing the clip, Ant McPartlin hinted the rule break has been “noted.” He and co-host Dec Donnelly then hinted a punishment was due for Caitlyn and Ian over the “contraband.”

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Despite breaking a huge rule, viewers took to Twitter to gush over Caitlyn’s selfless act.

One elated viewer tweeted: “Best part of the series so far. Caitlyn has finished me sneaking a bl**dy corn on the cob into the camp for Ian.”

While another wrote: “Caitlyn jenner stealing a corn on the cobb for Ian made me cry how pure was that.”

So it seems the show’s bosses are onto the sneaky pair. We’ll have to wait until tonight’s episode to see what’s in store and how they’ll pay the price.

This is Caitlyn’s second time in the jungle after taking part in the U.S version back in 2004.

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