Emily Atack gave fans a sneak peak of the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here camp.

The Inbetweeners star, 29, roamed freely behind the scenes of the £7million campsite where reality stars - including Caitlyn Jenner - will shun their lives of luxury.

It got emotional for the actress when she passed the spot where she was greeted by her mum on her exit from the snake-infested jungle.

Camera panning showed the dense forestry and the sprawling rope bridges.

However, Emily abruptly stopped filming when she come up to a spot earmarked by TV bosses as a private spot.

Emily Atack teased I'm A Celeb camp in behind-the-scenes clip as she arrived in Oz

In the cameras, she said: "Oh my god this is where my mummy was when I came out. One of the bridges out.

"I'm not allowed to film past here so goodbye."

It comes after Emily's first class flight from the UK to Australia.

Camera panning showed the dense forestry and the sprawling rope bridges

The I'm A Celeb star treated herself to a prosecco as she reclined in her airport seat on Thursday ahead of her I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp appearance.

After coming runner-up to Harry Redknapp on last year's jungle series, she has accepted the invitation to host the spin-off show this year.

However, Emily abruptly stopped filming when she come up to a spot earmarked by TV bosses as a private spot

Emily has always looked back on her jungle memories with a fondness.

The jungle princess admitted doing the reality show was the best decision after she had faced a crossroads in her life.

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She previously said: "I'd reached a point in my life where everything came to a crossroads and I was having a bit of a quarter-life crisis. I was just very lost. I didn’t really know what I wanted from life and everything was at a standstill.

"I got really bored of sitting around waiting for work or for the next movie to come along that only 100 people would see. I got bored of being skint, of twiddling my thumbs, wondering how to take my life to the next stage. I was frustrated.

"I’ve made some stupid decisions both in work and in my personal life But I'm A Celeb was the best, hands down. It flipped everything on its head, I was doing something wild and showing people who I am as a person."