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Adam Thomas' adorable son records good luck message for I'm A Celebrity star

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Gemma Strong
Gemma StrongOnline Digital News Director
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Adam Thomas' adorable two-year-old son Teddy has recorded a super sweet good luck message for the I'm A Celebrity star. The short clip was aired on Lorraine on Tuesday, as Adam's twin brother Scott Thomas made a special appearance on the show to talk about the Emmerdale actor's efforts in the jungle.

Teddy, Adam's son with fiancée Caroline Daly, can be seen raising up his arms and cheering when asked if his daddy is going to bring home the I'm A Celebrity crown. Proud uncle Scott then revealed that both Teddy and Caroline have already flown out to Australia to support Adam, adding that he and his girlfriend would be heading over next week.


Adam Thomas' son Teddy records good luck message for I'm A Celebrity star© Photo: ITV

Adam Thomas' son Teddy appeared in a special video message shown on Lorraine

Scott, who was joined on the sofa by show regular Jake Quickenden, was also asked about his brother's hilarious reaction to the Food Factory bushtucker trial on Monday night. The 28-year-old seemed to make up his own language as he was faced with an array of creepy crawlies – much to the amusement of I'm A Celeb viewers – and Scott himself admitted he had no idea what Adam had been saying.

"I watched it last night and I was crying. That was just TV gold!" he told Lorraine. "I think it's his way of expressing himself. I can't even get my head around it. It's mad… I knew he was going to be good, but even I am learning more about him."

Adam Thomas' twin brother Scott Thomas appears on Lorraine© Photo: ITV

Adam's twin brother Scott said he hopes the public keeping voting for him to do the trials

Scott – who is in charge of Adam's social media accounts while he is away in the jungle – then revealed that he and his older brother, former Coronation Street star Ryan Thomas, are encouraging viewers to keep voting for Adam to do the challenges. "I'm pushing everyone to vote for him in every trial!" he admitted. "Me and Ryan have both said we want him to do every trial."       

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