LOCALLY-linked celebs Carol Vorderman and Paul Burrell have been spotted at Heathrow Airport after filming in South Africa for I'm a Celebrity All Stars.

The pair, along with Helen Flanagan and Fatima Whitbread, were spotted arriving back at Heathrow airport today (Wednesday).

It is believed they had been in South Africa to record the series that will be aired in 2023.

Previously, Phil Tufnell, Andy Whyment, Shaun Ryder, Joe Swash and Georgia Toffolo had also been spotted at the airport.

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The Daily Mail reported that Carol "wore a khaki tracksuit and shielded her tired eyes with shades as she left the terminal after her long flight."

It reported that Paul "dressed down in a dark red T-shirt and grey joggers".

This week, Carol has shared on Instagram that she was on a "short health/gym break in a bit of sunshine".

It comes as the show’s presenters Ant & Dec released a video on social media to announce the news of the 2023 series from South Africa.

This year marks 20 years since the show began and there have been lots of celebrities that have given jungle, or castle, life a go in that time.

It will be a stand-alone show in the style of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, and the regular series will take place as normal.

TV presenter and author Carol, 61, who grew up in Rhyl and Prestatyn, was one of the breakout stars of the 2016 series.

She came eighth, lasting 18 days in the Australian jungle in the series eventually won by Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt.

Previously, the Sun reported that a source told the tabloid: "Carol was always top of producers wish list: in some ways she was the perfect campmate.

"She was funny, outspoken and intelligent and let’s just say she gave the younger girls a run for their money in the jungle shower."

Meanwhile, Paul Burrell, former butler to Princess Diana who once lived in and ran a florist in Farndon on the Cheshire/North Wales border, was runner-up on the fourth series of the show back in 2004.

His attempts at the show's Bushtucker trials were a hit with viewers.