Lady Colin Campbell blasts Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley
Lady Colin Campbell has blasted Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley as sexists and also slammed Yvette Fielding as "ghastly".
Lady Colin Campbell has blasted Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley as sexists.
The outspoken aristocrat clashed with entrepreneur Duncan and Spandau Ballet's Tony when they all took part in 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' last year and Lady Colin believes they did not like her because she is a strong woman.
She told the Daily Mail's Weekend magazine: "Duncan and Tony come from a world where women aren't their equals. They're obviously used to the 'little woman' at home who cooks, cleans and pops out babies. They weren't used to a woman who was their equal, or even their superior. I think they had issues with anyone being in authority if it wasn't them.
"I actually thought Duncan was very interesting to start with. Until I couldn't stand him. I found it fascinating that he'd come from nothing. And he was clearly a practical thinker."
'Most Haunted' presenter Yvette Fielding was also slammed as a "ghastly woman" with Lady Colin insisting that she would never let Yvette film her TV show at her beloved Castle Goring.
She said: "She wanted to come here and bring her ghastly TV cameras for that ghost-hunting programme. [I don't have a ghost] but she'd have found one. Dreadful woman. I quite liked her at first but I ended up despising her."
Lady C is the proud owner of the Grade I listed Castle Goring, located in Sussex, but the building needs extensive renovations and she says this is the only reason she went on the ITV reality TV show.
She explained: "I'd never have gone into the jungle if I didn't have this place. I call it 'w**ring for Goring'. But if it helps the overdraft, why not?"