I'm A Celebrity star Fred Sirieix has a famous daughter
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Fred Sirieix has been at the centre of the biggest I'm A Celebrity story from the series so far.
On Monday night's episode, Nella Rose opened up to Fred about the passing of her late father back in 2020.
Fred later made a passing comment about how he was old enough to be Nella's dad.
The YouTube star found this 'offensive' and 'disrespectful' and vented about it in the Bush Telegraph.
She explained: "Last night after dinner Fred made a comment about him basically how he could be my dad.
"I took offence to that because one of the first conversations we had together was me opening up about the fact that my dad’s passed away."
Nella later ignored him over breakfast before asking him to 'leave her alone'.
Fred later apologised to Nella but she wasn't having any of it, saying: "You only get one chance to disrespect me.
"I accept your apology but let's not be friends. How about that?"
In the wake of all of this drama, fans have been curious about Fred's home life away from the jungle.
Fred's long-term partner - whom he refers to affectionately as 'Fruitcake' - took to social media to have her say on the drama.
"Tough watch for some of the show tonight but Fred did us so proud – we know his intention would never be to upset anyone.
"Keep your head up Fred – we love you."
But now, fans have discovered another member of Fred's family - who's also a big name.
Before meeting his fiancée, the TV personality was in a relationship with Alex Spendolini and the pair are parents to a 13-year-old son named Lucien and an 18 year old daughter, Andrea.
And it turns out, Andrea is a celebrity in her own right!
She's a professional diver, and was the youngest member of Team GB’s diving team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
In an interview with The Guardian, Fred revealed that he calls Andrea ‘mon caneton’ which translates to ‘my duckling.'
Andrea also opened up about sharing the limelight with her dad.
“I see him in person,” Andrea told The Guardian.
“I see him on TV. I’m proud of him. He’s proud of me. You get used to it.”