OLIVIA Attwood has again been forced to deny she’s pregnant after falling sick on set.
In fact, she was forced to leave I’m A Celeb after breaking the show’s strict Covid rules.
Now it appears she has been struck down by a sickness bug.
While on-set in a lime green fluffy jumper and glasses, Olivia took to her Instagram Stories to joke: “Not me turning up to filming dressed as the f**king Grinch,” referring to the festive film character.
She then added: “Also so so tired and not pregnant and i’m not drinking alcohol, what is it.”
The Love Island alumni later explained to fans how she hoped to have found the remedy, in the form of “sparkling water. loads of lemon, ice, fox me.”
While her current illness is unclear, Olivia admitted she thought she was pregnant after slamming the rumours about her I’m A Celeb departure.
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The star questioned whether she was expecting when she learned some blood tests results had come back as abnormal.
Olivia got the news about the results while she was in the jungle and was rushed to A&E for further tests.
In her first interview with Mail On Sunday, she explained that she considered that she might be having a baby.
Her test showed she was dangerously anaemic, as well as having low sodium and potassium levels.
She recalled: “I was so scared, I was like ‘what the hell is wrong with me?’.
“They couldn’t give me an answer, they just told me that they had to get me to the hospital immediately.
“The results were really, really low when they put them into their reader and they consulted with another doctor off site. I had those bloods done in England before I left, and they were fine. I was confused and of course very, very worried.
“It felt like the longest journey ever – I didn’t know what to think. I was wondering if I had picked up a virus, was I pregnant? All of these things were going through my head.”
Olivia then called the speculation about her being pregnant online “misogynistic”.
She explained: “I mean, I saw on Twitter that I was pregnant. I’m not. There is an underlying misogynistic feel to the rhetoric.”