Nick Knowles reveals why he begged to see I'm A Celeb doctor – Harry Redknapp suffered severe reaction to a mosquito bite

The DIY SOS star, 56, has told how he was concerned for fellow campmate Harry Redknapp, 71, who suffered a bad reaction to a mosquito bite, which left his top lip swollen.

Speaking after he was evicted from he show on Friday Nick said: "It was a concern because Harry had a bite on his lip and it had swollen up the night before so I asked to see Medic Bob so it didn’t turn nasty. We get cream.

"The mosquito bites are particularly bad and the girls seem to have suffered the worst of it."

TV presenter Nick, who became a leader around camp also revealed that Fleur suffered a bad reaction to the biting green ants in the trials.

He said: "The worst was with Fleur and the green ants, every time they got ants on her she got a big reaction, rashes all up her arms and on her neck, and she was given cream and anti-histermines and then these rashes and then she would go and do another trial.

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"But Fleur she has a line of steel running through her – she is a very strong young woman. She’s amazing."

Viewers thought that a medical emergency was unfolding after hearing the 56-year-old urging his fellow stars to get Medic Bob into camp “as soon as possible”.

It came just days after Rita Simons was forced to leave the camp and head to the medical tent after her blood sugar levels dropped worryingly low.

Many missed Nick’s cry for help as it was barely audible but some fans overheard him and after watching back, the DIY SOS star can clearly be heard requesting aid.

Turning to his co-stars, Nick whispered: “I think this is fairly important, we need to see Bob as soon as possible, as soon as Anne’s crossed the bridge.”

One fan asked: “Anyone else hear nick call for medic bob?????”

While another said: “What is important that nick needs to check with medic bob?”

A TV insider has assured The Sun Online everyone in the camp was=s fine.

They explained: “There is no medical emergency.”

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