The very cheeky activity David Ginola said he’d do first after leaving I’m a Celeb

Those who had been watching Ginola on the show might not have been surprised by his answer...

David Ginola has given up a lot over the past few weeks as he endured the trials and tribulations of I'm a Celebrity.... Get Me Out of Here!.

The former Newcastle United star was the favourite to win the show but was booted off before the final in a shock elimination.

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Ginola became a fan-favourite thanks to his charisma and French charm.

When the 54-year-old left the I'm a Celeb castle, he featured on the show's social media channels answering a number of questions about his experience.

One of those questions was about the first thing he would like to do.

With a smirk, he said: "First thing I would like to do is making love!

"Well, that's the truth."

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The former winger made no secret of being loved-up with 32-year-old girlfriend Maeva Denat.

The letter read: "My love, I miss you more with every second that passes.

"The time is so long, we can't wait for you to come back to us, there is a big void at home without you.

"Everything is fine here, Eva asks after you every day, she misses you so much.

David Ginola in action for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images)David Ginola in action for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images)
David Ginola in action for Newcastle United (Image: Getty Images) | Getty Images

"She loves her daddy, her David, very very much."

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Ginola and Denat first started dating in 2016 and welcomed a baby girl together in 2018.

David also has two daughters from a former marriage in 27-year-old Andrea and 23-year-old Carla.

The 21st series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! came to an end on Sunday night with finalists Simon Gregson, Frankie Bridge and Danny Miller.

It was Emmerdale star Miller who took home the crown, describing his triumph as "the best thing that's ever happened to me".

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