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The sister of pop star Britney Spears, 32, had a very emotional time during her 10 days in camp before her departure, which will air on screen on Wednesday night.
She was seen struggling with the difficult conditions in the camp and broke down in tears over missing her family back home after jetting to the Australian jungle.
Jamie Lynn appeared to have finally settled into camp life, successfully doing trials and bonding with her campmates, after becoming emotional early on about how much she missed her daughters Maddie, 15, and Ivey, five.
She tearfully threatened to quit the show after three days in the jungle after confessing how much she was struggling due to missing her beloved children.
Jamie Lynn Spears has quit I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! on 'medical grounds' after having a difficult time in the camp
The sister of pop star Britney Spears , 32, had a very emotional time during her 10 days in camp before her departure, which will air on screen on Wednesday night
Jamie Lynn was left heartbroken after she was failed to be reunited with her luxury item which was a photo of her children.
She declared that she was ready to leave the camp as she became very emotional after a mini challenge that saw her campmates sheepishly return without the photo.
Sobbing, she confessed: 'I just want to see my kids,' as she struggled with being separated from her loved ones.
Earlier that same episode, she had confided in her co-stars Sam Thompson and Danielle Harold for emotional support.
Jamie Lynn fell to tears after admitting she feels she is 'so emotionally weak' in camp.
Speaking to Danielle and Sam, she disclosed: 'I don't know how I'm so emotionally weak.'
Keeping spirits in keep lifted, Danielle told her: 'You're so strong. This is tough babe, tough. So tough. It's not easy.'
Jamie Lynn added: 'Why am I crying so much? Josie [Gibson} has a baby at home…'
She was seen struggling with the difficult conditions in the camp and broke down in tears over missing her family back home after jetting to the Australian jungle
Jamie Lynn had become emotional early on in the show about how much she missed her daughters Maddie, 15, and Ivey, five (all pictured)
Sam comforted: 'It's important to remember you've come from a whole different continent, you don't know anyone here, it's hard. It's real hard.'
Danielle added: 'Look at the s*** you've been through in your life, right? This, a little bit of rain in the jungle, nothing.'
Jamie Lynn replied: 'But at least all that s*** I could go home to my babies every night, you know? That's it, that's all I need in life. It feels a little bit overwhelming. They're not even close.
'I've got to just do it. I don't know why I'm being such a baby.'
Sam added: 'I get it man, I've got two cats at home - Albus and Cedric - little fluffy men. Know what I mean? So I get it. Not kids, but I get it.'
Danielle joked: 'Let it out Sam…'
Later, Jamie Lynn went into the Bush Telegraph and positively added: 'You have your campmates pull you up and you're like, 'I can do this, I can do this'.'
Elsewhere, she also bravely opened up about falling pregnant at the age of 16 as she confided in her campmates last week in the jungle.
She told how wanted to lead as 'normal' a life as possible away from the spotlight after giving birth to daughter Maddie - whose father is her ex Casey Aldridge - when she was a teenager in 2008.
When asked by Fred Sirieix about becoming famous at a young age, Jamie Lynn said: 'We auditioned for a show called All That and I was on All That for three years before I did Zoey . It was very successful.
She tearfully threatened to quit the show after three days in the jungle after confessing how much she was struggling due to missing her beloved children
Jamie Lynn was left heartbroken after she was failed to be reunited with her luxury item which was a photo of her children
'After I finished Zoey, I had the love of my life, what I thought, I decided to keep the baby. I was 16. The whole world was like, 'You're a s**t, you're horrible your life is over…'
Fred asked: 'Oh really? You felt it?'
Jamie Lynn said: 'Oh yeah. Because I got pregnant young and I was on a kids' show.'
Fred asked: 'Your parents were good with you?'
Jamie Lynn said: 'Yeah, they had a lot going on. I just think they were sad I was in that situation but also it's your baby having a baby.'
She went on: 'I just wanted to be normal. I wanted my baby to be normal. Everybody told me I was going to be a horrible mum. So I was like I've got to raise this baby by myself and I did.'
Jamie Lynn got tearful as she said: 'When I went away… when I first got pregnant…'
Fred comforted: 'We don't have to talk about this…'
Jamie Lynn continued: 'They didn't want me to have the baby. A lot of people around me.'
Fred said: 'But you've been amazing. What you've done is amazing.'
Jamie Lynn said: 'When I got out of that, I told my parents I was going to emancipate them, that way I could make my own decisions. I was secretly telling her I was going to doctor's