I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! winner Danny Miller will be in charge of Christmas this year and donning an apron to make dinner for his family.
The 30 year old spoke exclusively to OK! about taking on the daunting role as chef over the holidays, appearing relaxed as he explained he actually enjoys cooking and hopes to pass his skills onto baby son Albert – who will be having his first Christmas this year. Sign up below – for free! – to see Danny discuss his Christmas plans in our video interview.
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Danny told us: “That’s the one thing that I shine in and one thing that I will be doing for him is teaching him how to cook. I’ll do the Christmas dinner this year."
Danny, Steph and Albert were hoping to send the festive period in "a lovely cottage in Wales" with extended family, however the plans are no in doubt after midwife Steph tested positive for Covid-19.
Either way, Danny promised their first Christmas as a family of three will be "filled with lots of festivities […] and loads of food".
The Emmerdale actor added: "[We're] just having a nice chilled Christmas –”
“-With our little elf!” Danny’s fiancé added.
The pair welcomed their baby boy in late October this year – less than a month before Danny began his journey on the latest series of I’m A Celeb which he went on to win last Sunday.
Now reunited with his first child, the reality star has been excited to get back to family life with his partner Steph, who can’t wait to carry on their chapter as new parents together.
“This year we’ve learnt just how important family is now that we’ve created our own family together. The Millers together,” she said.
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“As you get older you realise actually family time is so important and dong things as a family.
“You start to change from going out and the things that you used to enjoy and now you start to enjoy just staying in with our baby.
Steph's coronavirus diagnosis unfortunately forced Danny to cancel his I'm A Celebrity welcome home party with friends.
“After 23 days of not being able to see or speak to Steph and Albert which was the hardest time of my life we now have the perfect opportunity to catch up with one another as we begin isolation because Steph has, unfortunately bless her, caught Covid,” he said in a video shared on social media.
"But yeah, don't worry about us we are all good.”
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