MARK Wright joked that he was back on I’m A Celebrity as he tried a local delicacy of bugs on holiday in Mexico.
The TV star, 34, couldn’t resist trying the creepy crawly but ended up retching and shouting ‘no, no, no’ as he ran off – leaving wife Michelle Keegan in hysterics.
Michelle filmed his antics and mocked him, writing: "Thought he was being hard [laughing emoji]."
He shared the clip himself and added: "Thought I was back in the jungle more like."
Mark appeared on I’m A Celebrity in 2011 and recently admitted that he tried to leave five times because he was so hungry.
The former Towie favourite went on to find fame in America, while wife Michelle is one of the UK’s best loved actresses.
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The couple have recently returned from a loved-up break in Mexico where they saw in the New Year.
They gave fans an insight into the trip as they sunned themselves in paradise.
As the Our Girl and Brassic star relaxed, she took to Instagram to share photos of their matching cocktails.
She captioned a string of photos: "A little taste of Mexico 🇲🇽"
The snaps revealed the pair slotted in some afternoons for sightseeing, visiting a religious shrine, and ancient Mayan ruins.
Michelle looked as gorgeous as ever in a blue striped bikini top and shorts.
Mark also gave fans a peek into their luxury holiday, sharing a look at the delicious food and drinks he's been enjoying while away.
He also showed off their hotel's impressive pool set against the idyllic Mexican sea.
Mark and Michelle's trip came days after he revealed he is cancer-free after having a tumour removed from his armpit, and encouraged his fans to get checked.
He said: “I got the all-clear the other day, it’s cancer free. It's in the past, we move on. I feel so, so lucky. I’ve had the worry and anxiety of what this could have been.
“I’m not gonna lie, it really gave me and my family a scare."
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