Jamie Redknapp Shares Video Of Him Celebrating Harry's 'I'm A Celeb' Win

An entire nation of viewers celebrated the moment Harry Redknapp was crowned king of the jungle on the I'm a Celebrity... Get me Out of Here final - but the congratulations that likely meant most to the former football manager was the one from his son and grandchildren.

Jamie Redknapp shared a video of himself and his children at the moment Harry was announced the winner - the former Southampton Player was filmed jumping and cheering after hearing his dad had won, not forgetting a fist-pump for the victory.

In the post, the football pundit commented: "I never thought I'd say this but I'm so proud to have my dad as the king of the jungle. We love you! Now come home please, we all miss you!!"

Along with his caption, the 45-year-old can be heard saying: "Harry, look at him! He'll hate this bit! Go on Harry, go on dad, go on mate. Hahaha, well done."

Jamie posted two other videos along with the celebration, in another he says: "Look at him! Go on Dad, he doesn't know what he's holding up there!"

Harry became the King of the Jungle, last night, with Emily Atack in second and John Barrowman in third.

Speaking to Holly and Dec, Harry said: "It was tougher than I expected, really tough, nobody gives you anything. I've made so many good friends, it's been a really good experience.

"It's taught me how to laugh again."

He said on winning: "They're (the camp mates) the most lovely people I've ever met, there's not one person I've got a single bad word about. Without them I would never have survived. When I've been flagging they've been pushing me."

Winner of 'I'm a celeb' 2018 Harry Redknapp. Credit: ITV
Winner of 'I'm a celeb' 2018 Harry Redknapp. Credit: ITV

The ex-Tottenham Hotspur boss was a favourite to win from the get-go and took on some pretty gruelling tasks while in the jungle.

Most people were besotted by the former footie-managers adoration of his wife of 51 years, Sandra, who he said he found it 'very difficult' to be without.

After three weeks all the contestants are out of the jungle and who knows what the future has in store for them - Harry did say he would love to land a role as a gangster in a movie, or play a baddie in BBC soap opera, EastEnders, so maybe that's where we'll be seeing him next?

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Jamie Redknapp

Rachael Grealish

Rachael is journalist from West Cumbria, recently moved to Manchester for an exciting opportunity at LADbible. She used to work as an editor of a small newspaper, in Cumbria. Outside of work Rachael loves plenty of coffee, running and reading.

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