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David Beckham’s cheeky comment surprises I’m A Celeb’s Jill Scott

I’m A Celeb: Jill Scott says she ‘doesn’t have a plan’

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England football hero Jill Scott was left stunned when footballing legend David Beckham left a flirty exchange on her Instagram page. Posting a cute snap of her being reunited with her nan she wrote: “Making up for lost time (whole of November) with the family. Friends I’m coming for you next!

“Heart is full. Jungle [to] Manchester [to] Sunderland.”

The I’m a Celebrity star then received an unexpected reply from David Beckham, whom she previously requested to be her “naked chef” while the jungle campmates discussed their dream dinner guests.

David cheekily wrote: “Congrats on the jungle, sorry I can’t make it round to cook on Christmas day.” Followed by a crying with laughter face emoji.

The stunned former England captain replied: “Thank you so much, @David Beckham have the best Christmas.”

The witty exchange gained 97.7k likes and the star was so chuffed at his response that she even posted the exchange on her reel.

Circling his response she wrote: “I can’t believe that @davidbeckham has seen my ‘naked chef’ request.” followed by a crying with laughter face emoji.

She then teased: “Don’t worry I have a birthday soon,” which she closed with a cheeky winking and sticking out tongue emoji.

The star posted a series of heartwarming images of her reunited with her family after her winning stint in the jungle.

The exchange comes after Jill admitted to facing prejudice while trying to break into competitive football as a young girl.

After being reunited with fellow campmates Charlene White and Scarlette Douglas on Loose Women, Jill revealed what it was like being the only girl playing football in a male-dominated sport.

She said: “I was playing in the schoolyard with the boys.”

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“I literally didn’t realise until a couple of weeks in that I was literally the only girl doing it. But I had loads of energy as a kid.

“Even my grandma said on my Christening day, my legs were like this [mimed kicking] the whole time.”

Jill added: “It was the parents, some of the parents from opposing teams.

“If I beat their precious son, they’d shout stuff at us. Like, ‘kick her, hack her down…’ I’d come off the pitch literally in tears.”

Jill also spoke of the support the Lionesses had when they reached the UEFA Women’s Euro final.

She said: “The way the fans got behind us… I felt like everybody was supporting us in a positive way.

“Whereas sometimes for the guys, I do think when a tournament comes around they’re like, ‘Oh, how are they going to do?’ and put a bit of a negative spin on it.

“But I did feel like everybody was supporting us and we’re going to do something special.”

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