Tony Hadley's wife speaks out about Lady Colin Campbell
Tony Hadley's wife banned their children from watching 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' because of Lady Colin Campbell's bad language.
Alison Evers - who married the Spandau Ballet singer in 2009 - has confessed she hasn't let their two daughters Zara, nine, and Genevieve, three, watch their father on the reality show because of the way the 66-year-old star has been speaking to him.
Asked whether she'd seen Lady C - who has accused Tony and former 'Dragon's Den' star Duncan Bannatyne of bullying her - since she quit the show yesterday (02.12.15), Ali said: "She is in the same hotel as me but I'm in the kids area of the pool because I've got our two daughters here, which in itself has been difficult because they haven't seen Tony in three and a half weeks and I've had to actually deprive them of watching him on TV because I obviously can't let them watch her bad language, so that's been a little bit hard."
The royal biographer had been seen hurling a number of insults at both Tony and Duncan during her time in the jungle, but has now claimed it's her who has been bullied.
However, Tony's wife has insisted she's "proud" of the way he handled the situation and thinks viewers will see the remaining celebrities enjoy themselves much more now that Lady C has gone.
She told ITV's 'Lorraine': "He's one of the most kindest and generous men I know and for him to have to put up with that language, I'm proud of him.
"I think as soon as she left the camp, you saw the mood shift."