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Isabelle Farage, 18, touched down at Brisbane Airport on Wednesday to support her father in the Jungle and will greet him when he leaves on the bridge.
When asked how she felt about millions of viewers seeing her father wash nude, she told MailOnline: ‘We did warn him! We did say people get filmed in the shower. But, hey, he’s a confident guy, he’s confident in himself so fair play, fair play.’
Farage's nude scenes have provided comedy gold for viewers, who were left in hysterics when Josie Gibson, 38, declared she'd 'seen worse' after spotting the 59-year-old's bare bottom within hours of entering camp.
Teenager Izzy, who enjoys using on TikTok, also admitted she's a fan of her father's fellow campmate, social media star Nella Rose, despite their recent clashes.
Nigel Farage's daughter Izzy, 18, told MailOnline that she warned her 'body confident' father not to strip naked on I'm A Celeb as she touched down at Brisbane Airport on Wednesday
When asked how she felt about millions of viewers seeing her father wash nude, she mused: 'he’s a confident guy, he’s confident in himself so fair play, fair play’
Teenager Izzy is also on TikTok and admitted she's a fan of Farage’s fellow campmate, social media star Nella Rose, despite their recent clashes
At the start, Nella formed an unlikely pairing with Farage coined ‘Nige-Ella’, after they have had to undergo numerous Trials together by repeatedly losing the public vote.
Revealing that she has long admired the YouTuber's work Izzy said: ‘Yeah, I like her videos! Very weird to see that relationship - I did not expect that.’
Isabelle, known as Izzy, admitted the debates came as no shock, saying: ‘We knew that was going to come up, we knew there was going to be tensions. He’s always been a bit of an outcast and an oddball.
‘There’s been a few disagreements but he very much believes in shaking hands and agreeing to disagree, and we’ve seen that first hand now so that’s definitely shining through as well.’
Growing up with a controversial father, Izzy said: ‘We’ve had a few years of quiet after the referendum and then now it’s all exploded again.
‘The first time he mentioned he was going on I’m A Celebrity I was a bit shocked. I know he’d been asked in previous years and he told us in his own way - only a few days in advance.
‘But we’ve always been prepared, we’re used to it [the attention] from the years prior so it’s not been so bad.’
Farage shares Izzy and her older sister Victoria, 23, with his second wife Kirsten Mehr, 59, who he officially split from in 2017.
The same year, Farage started a relationship with the French politician and longtime friend Laure Ferrari, 44, who will join Izzy in meeting him on the bridge.
From Farage's first marriage to an Irish nurse, Grainne Hayes, Issy has two older brothers Thomas, 31, and Samuel, 33, who have not flown out to Australia to support their father.
Recently graduating from the £41,000 a year all-girls school, Woldingham, outside of London, Izzy has enjoyed the nepotism her father’s position in politics grants her by recently doing a three-month internship at the US House of Representatives.
Farage's nude scenes have provided comedy gold for viewers, who were left in hysterics when Josie Gibson , 38, declared she'd 'seen worse' after spotting his bare bottom on day one
Isabelle, known as Izzy, admitted her dad's jungle debates came as no shock, saying: ‘We knew that was going to come up, we knew there was going to be tensions'
Farage's time in camp has certainly proved controversial, with several fans vowing to boycott the show while he's on it.
The MP has also found himself in the centre of an Ofcom scandal after a row with Nella sparked complaints.
The pair's immigration row received 856 Ofcom complaints related to 'alleged racial offence' from Nella's comments to Farage.
During her clash with Farage, which aired on November 22, Nella claimed that black people 'don't like' the ex-UKIP leader, 59.
She said that he is also 'anti-immigrant' and 'wants all them gone'.
She added: 'I'm one of them' - a nod to her birth in Belgium to Congolese parents before arriving in the UK in 2009.
Farage then asked her: 'Who told you that?', to which Nella replied: 'The internet'. He exclaimed: 'Oh, well there we are then it must be true'. Nella then said: 'It must be! OK, but then why don't black people like you?'
'If you came with me through South London, you'd be astonished', Farage hit back.
ITV programme Lorraine also sparked Ofcom complaints in relation to its coverage of I'm A Celeb.
Ofcom receive 354 complaints in relation to Lorraine Kelly's comments about Farage taking a naked shower on the show.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here has sparked almost 2,000 complaints to broadcasting regulator Ofcom , over Nella's clashes with her campmates, including Nigel
When finding out the ex-politician's age in a chat with former MP and TV star Edwina Currie and showbiz reporter Lucie Cave, Lorraine said : 'Is he only 59??! I thought he was a hell of a lot older than that.
'That is astonishing. You get the face you deserve thankfully. You really do.'
Viewers of the ITV morning show said they were disappointed with the presenter's comments as many believed that Lorraine would not make the same comments about a woman.
Who will win I'm A Celebrity this year?Nigel Farage 11688 votes Sam Thompson 4642 votes Fred Sirieix 3224 votes Marvin Humes 847 votes Frankie Dettori 925 votes Danielle Harold 1047 votes Grace Dent 464 votes Nick Pickard 318 votes Jamie Lynn Spears 849 votes Josie Gibson 4154 votes Tony Bellew 882 votes Nella Rose 603 votes
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Farage and Nella had another tense exchange on Tuesday night's installment of the show.
The conversation kicked off over a discussion over Jamaicans pronouncing 'water' as 'wata' - after Jamie Lynn began to ask questions.
Farage was quick to get involved, telling Fred: 'If you said that, they'd call it cultural appropriation, Fred.'
The conversation soon broadened out into a general discussion over cultural appropriation, which ended with Nella branding Nigel as 'ignorant' and 'deluded', before refusing to speak to him as her trial approached.
Farage made his views clear over accents, saying: 'It's when suits, they criticise when suits.
'If a white person does a black accent, that's considered to be a crime. That they should be cancelled.'
However, Nella was quick to explain: 'It depends on what context. If you're taking the p*** then you're taking the p***. But if you're not, then you're not.'
Farage then argued that if he 'dressed as Mexican' for a fancy dress party, the press would accuse him of 'cultural appropriation', saying he was baffled at why that is the case.
Nella said: 'You can't use somebody's culture as a fancy dress costume. The Mexican outfit is traditional to them. It's been in their culture for decades.'
A very resigned Farage responded: 'I do not know what the rules are Nella. I do not know.'
Viewers will see Farage take on another Bushtucker Trial during Wednesday night's episode
Later in the Bush Telegraph, he said: 'There just seems to be this enormous confusion about what you can and can't do, and what you can and can't wear.
'To be honest with you, I'm no further forwards as to what's acceptable and what's not.'
Nella later discussed the disagreement with Jamie Lynn. She continued: 'It doesn't bother me because I expect it from him. But it's the delusion that confuses me.
'It's the ignorance of like, not caring about other cultures.
She added in the Bush Telegraph: 'When Nigel was speaking I was just so disappointed in him because we were getting on so