I'm a Celebrity 2021: Stars face turmoil as Storm Arwen is set to batter the ...

I'm a Celebrity 2021: Stars face turmoil as Storm Arwen is set to batter the ...
I'm a Celebrity 2021: Stars face turmoil as Storm Arwen is set to batter the ...

I’m a Celebrity stars face further depression and another dip in their morale on Friday night when an unwelcome guest called Arwen joins them.

The castle had been taking a weather battering with gale force winds and driving rain bringing down tree branches and safety signs.

But the Met Office warned there is worse to come for the area around Gwrych Castle from midnight from a storm they have given the Welsh name of Arwen.

Incoming: I¿m a Celebrity stars face further depression and another dip in their morale on Friday night when an unwelcome guest called Arwen joins them (pictured hosts Ant and Dec)

Incoming: I’m a Celebrity stars face further depression and another dip in their morale on Friday night when an unwelcome guest called Arwen joins them (pictured hosts Ant and Dec)

The first heavy blasts meant security guards who had been brought into Gwrych Castle to protect the eleven remaining celebrities had to leave their posts to retrieve and reposition fencing blown down by the extreme weather.

Road signs which had been held down with sand bags were felled and blown into the road as cars had to swerve to avoid them.

The extreme weather warnings forced the show’s producers to take emergency measures to protect its stars who are staying in the 19th century castle.

The celebrities have been warned by ITV that tonight further massive disruption is likely by the furious weather blast with gusts of 70mph, which the Met Office named 'Storm Arwen'.

Weather woes: The castle had been taking a weather battering with gale force winds and driving rain bringing down tree branches and safety signs.

Weather woes: The castle had been taking a weather battering with gale force winds and driving rain bringing down tree branches and safety signs.

The Met Office said: 'Storm Arwen will bring very strong northerly winds into coastal parts of Wales and parts of western England Friday night and into Saturday. ‘

The 19th century castle is positioned high up on a hill in an open space, less than a mile from Liverpool Bay which borders the Irish sea.

The Met office added: 'Flying debris is likely and could lead to Injuries or danger to life; Probably damage to trees, temporary structures and buildings, such as tiles blown from roofs.

'Some roads and bridges are likely to close; There is a good chance that power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage.

A storm is coming: But the Met Office warned there is worse to come for the area around Gwrych Castle from midnight from a storm they have given the Welsh name of Arwen

A storm is coming: But the Met Office warned there is worse to come for the area around Gwrych Castle from midnight from a storm they have given the Welsh name of Arwen

Storm drama: The first heavy blasts meant security guards who had been brought into Gwrych Castle to protect the eleven remaining celebrities had to leave their posts to retrieve and reposition fencing blown down by the extreme weather

Storm drama: The first heavy blasts meant security guards who had been brought into Gwrych Castle to protect the eleven remaining celebrities had to leave their posts to retrieve and reposition fencing blown down by the extreme weather

Uh oh: The celebrities have been warned by ITV that tonight further massive disruption is likely by the furious weather blast with gusts of 70mph, which the Met Office named 'Storm Arwen'

Uh oh: The celebrities have been warned by ITV that tonight further massive disruption is likely by the furious weather blast with gusts of 70mph, which the Met Office named 'Storm Arwen'

'Injuries and danger to life is likely from large waves and beach material being thrown onto coastal roads, sea fronts and properties.'  

Elsewhere, Red alerts - warning of a 'danger to life' - have been

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