Ant and Dec defend Beverley Callard after viewers question her vegan diet on ...

I'm A Celebrity fans have been left a little confused with Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard's eating habits after she stated she has been a vegan since March, but continued to eat foods that are generally considered not part of the strict diet. But it turns out those suspicious foods were vegan after all, after presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly confirmed the food choices as they defended her against "fake vegan" claims.

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She got a vegan one tbf

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The 63-year-old has undertaken several Bushtucker Trials since she entered the castle, one memorable one being Frights of the Round Table, which was the first eating one of the series - and arguable the most anticipated.

She, Vernon kay and Jordan North were subjected to some gruesome goodies, but it was revealed that Beverly would be fed only vegan dishes while her two peers had to munch away on everything from testicles to brains.

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But when her first treat arrived - Cheese Fruit Vomlette - some ITV viewers were left confused as to how it is classified as a vegan dish when it contained cheese.

And on Tuesday's show, Beverley was seen tucking into a Scotch egg alongside her campmates, after Ruthie Henshall and Jordan successfully completed the Castle Coin challenge and returned to camp with a platter of snacks.

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Ant and Dec defend I'm A Celebrity's Beverley Callard as fans claim vegan diet is 'fake'Ant and Dec defend I'm A Celebrity's Beverley Callard as fans claim vegan diet is 'fake' (Image: ITV)

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A typical Scotch egg usually consists of a hard boiled egg wrapped in pork sausage meat and then dipped in crumbs.

And it wasn't long

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