Boy With Autism Sends Touching Letter To Anne Hegerty

'The Chase' star Anne Hegerty breaks down on UK version of 'I'm a Celeb'

I'm A Celeb's Anne Hegerty's positive reaction to Asperger's discussion

"I think you are very courageous for going in the jungle, I couldn't go there because there are too many bugs". She said in the Bush telegraph, "I really appreciate how nice and sympathetic they've been to me".

Joseph, from Preston, has autism and wrote an incredibly heartwarming letter to The Chase star, thanking her for being such an inspiration to him and helping the 11-year-old cope with his own condition, which he find hard at times.

'And now, I have been watching you in the jungle.

On Sunday night's episode she told EastEnders actress Rita Simons she was close to leaving the show, just hours after arriving.

'Apologies, ' she quickly stated.

She explained to campmates she has to fully imagine herself completing a task before she actually does it or else it can throw her off.

After opening up on the show, a number of I'm A Celebrity viewers took to Twitter to praise the 60-year-old for raising awareness, but it was a hand-written letter from an Autistic boy that really pulled at people's heartstrings.

In the letter to Anne, who has spoken of her difficulty coping since entering the jungle this weekend, Joseph wrote: "I think you are very courageous for going in the jungle, I couldn't go there because there are too many bugs".

Gobsmacked: The Silver Fox presenter replied: 'Wow, that came out of nowhere. Before being cast on The Chase, Anne was a freelance proofreader but she struggled to keep up with her accounts and struggled to pay the bills.

There were four digit codes on the walls of the stones and they would correspond to the padlocks that sealed the Perspex boxes.

When Anne's team lost and were sent to Snake Rock to sleep on the floor and eat basic rations, she was reduced to tears, prompting some viewers to compare her to TOWIE diva, Gemma Collins, who quit after three days in 2014. "I just get overwhelmed with all the things there are to do". Get Me Out of Here!, and now a young fan with the same condition has written a letter to The Chase star, which has already gone viral.

The first six would go to the red team in Croc Creek, the seventh would be for her and would also mean that Anne moved to the better campsite.

I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here! continues on ITV at 9pm. That was ok. I got two stars. I can't do it.

Slime-filled: Monstrous Monoliths saw the star locked in a series of giant stones.

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