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Roman Kemp has apologised for posting offensive tweets historically however did not specify what he had sent.

The Capital Radio host is reportedly set to head to Australia as part of the line-up for this year's I'm A Celeb and ahead of his departure he took to Instagram stories on Saturday, where he issued a grovelling apology for his previous 'appalling' tweets.

The son of Martin Kemp, 26, appeared downcast in his video and admitted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' over his historic social media posts.

Sorry: Roman Kemp has apologised for posting offensive tweets historically

Sorry: Roman Kemp has apologised for posting offensive tweets historically

In the somber video the usually upbeat star appeared serious as he explained that he had trawled through his previous posts to see if he had written anything that could cause 'harm or offence' to anyone. 

Explaining his actions, he said: 'I wanted to talk about something I’ve seen a lot of celebrities talking about, and people around the world talking about, and that is the use of language online.

'I went through something terrible with a troll online and it encouraged me to look back and take responsibility to see if I had ever posted anything that could cause harm or offence to someone.

'Being totally honest, I'm shocked and appalled and ashamed to say I did find things.'

'Ashamed': The Capital Radio host, 26, (pictured on his dhow)  appeared downcast in his video and admitted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' over his historic social media posts

'Ashamed': The Capital Radio host, 26, (pictured on his dhow)  appeared downcast in his video and admitted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' over his historic social media posts

Looking sincerely into the camera, the star insisted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' for his past actions and words online. 

He continued: 'I did find things I’m not at all proud of. I don’t associate myself with that.

'I know the person who wrote those things is not the man I am now, but they were there.

'I made the conscious decision to get those things, I have deleted those things.

Wrong:  The usually upbeat star appeared serious as he explained that he'd trawled through his previous posts to see if he had written anything that could cause 'harm or offence' to anyone

Wrong:  The usually upbeat star appeared serious as he explained that he'd trawled through his previous posts to see if he had written anything that could cause 'harm or offence' to anyone

Apology: Looking sincerely into the camera, the star insisted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' for his past actions and words online

Apology: Looking sincerely into the camera, the star insisted that he was 'truly, deeply and utterly sorry' for his past actions and words online

'I don’t want that negativity in the world. I don’t

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