Kym Marsh’s fans praise her co-parenting methods with ex Jamie Lomas

Kym Marsh, Jamie Lomas, Polly

by Emma Dodds |
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Kym Marsh has shared an adorable video of her six-year-old daughter Polly cheering on her dad Jamie Lomas in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Coronation Street actress Kym has shown her fans the best way to co-parent when you're separated from your child's father.

The mum-of-three, who was married to Jamie from 2012 until their divorce in 2014, has shared a video of their daughter Polly cheering her dad on.

Kym can be heard encouraging her daughter to watch him during his stint in the I'm A Celeb! jungle - something her fans have commended her for.

WATCH: Kym Marsh posts adorable video of daughter Polly watching dad Jamie on I'm A Celeb

Kym can be heard chatting about Jamie to little Polly, who was born almost exactly two years after Kym and Jamie's son Archie who died moments after birth.

She says: "Polly, are you watching Daddy? Are you excited? Are you going to watch him do the trial?"

All the while, Polly is answering "Yeah!" to each of Kym's questions.

She then asks: "Do you think he's going to win?" to which Polly says an emphatic: "Yeah!" and Kym can be heard in the background saying: "Wahoo!"

Kym Marsh, Jamie Lomas
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Polly then does an adorable impression of her dad, saying: "What is it?" about a bushtucker trial, before praising him for "not crying" when a "rat ran in his ear", adding: "He didn't scream!"

Kym then jokes: "He might scream in the next one," and says to her daughter: "Yay! Go Daddy!" with Polly then very seriously adding: "Vote for Daddy!"

The adorable duo's video went down very well with Kym's Twitter fans, who then praised her for talking so highly of her ex-husband.

Kym also drew praise from her fans for the same reason after she wrote in a column for OK! Magazine that she and Polly would be rooting for her dad, despite them no longer being together.

She wrote: "Polly and I will definitely vote for him to do the trials – Polly will want to see him being challenged as he's her hero.

"Polly couldn't wait to start watching him on the show and said to me, 'I want to see daddy eating some bugs – although he better brush his teeth before he gives me a kiss!'"

She then wrote about her ex-husband's good qualities - something not many ex-wives would be able to do: "I think he'll do well and he'll try all the challenges. He wouldn't back down as that's not in his nature and he wouldn't want to lose face in front of his camp mates."

Well done to Kym!

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Amir Khan

There's been a lot of speculation surrounding his marriage but Amir has pushed it all to one side and arrived in Australia.The boxer is apparently heading into the jungle and it's come at a great time actually - he's only recently reunited with his wife who's four months pregnant.Amir has been honest about taking part in the new series and has said: "It's very different to boxing and obviously I am not going to be punched in the face whilst I do this! I am most looking forward to getting away from the world and from everything, not having a phone, spending time with myself and getting to know some new people. It will also be nice to be able to say to my children 'I did that.'"He added: "I am one guy who hates spiders. Whenever I see a spider at home, I get my sister to move it. I just don't deal with it."Fears: Spiders, snakes and heights.Missing any special occasion: My birthday and training.Role in the camp: The leader. I will spur people on.

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Dennis Wise

Former Chelsea footballer Dennis has landed in Oz and is heading to the jungle.As he's been in the sports world we reckon the 50-year-old is going to be very competitive so hopefully with him around, all the campmates will eat dinner every night.Opening up about his upcoming challenge, he has admitted: "I was taken aback when they approached me. "It's a once in a lifetime opportunity and I feel privileged to have been asked. My kids told me to do it. They were really excited."Fears: I am a bit claustrophobic and so I am dreading any trial involving a coffin.Missing any special occasion: Kids' sporting fixtures and friends' big birthdaysRole in the camp: I am not afraid of hard work. I will be throwing my weight behind everything.

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Georgia Toff Toffolo

We've seen the MIC star go to balls and dinner parties but how will Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo do in the jungle?Something tells us she may surprise us when she does the Bushtucker trials... Well, we hope.There's always one person who hates the trials, but will it be Toff?The reality star has admitted that although she's missing the Made in Chelsea season finale she's looking forward to the going in the jungle. She admitted: "The fact I am going to be doing the Jungle is starting to really sink in now. I am a mixture of emotions – both excited and nervous."Toff is also a big fan on the show so we reckon she'll be an expert on all the tasks. "I have watched it since I was so young and when they asked to talk to me, I was like 'OMG is this real?"I thought they were winding me up at first, but when it was confirmed I was like 'Wow'. I think people think I am ditzy, which I am in certain ways."But I really enjoy interesting conversation. I hope there are loads in there."Fears: Rats and mice. I am a real jumper.Missing any special occasion: The Made In Chelsea finale episode.Role in the camp: I am quite athletic, so I don't mind fetching the wood. I am not sure if I want to clean the toilet though.

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Jack Maynard

One of the first stars to arrive in Oz was Conor Maynard's brother Jack Maynard.People will know mainly because he's a Youtube star AND his famous brother Conor.Speaking about the TV show, Jack has said: "One of the main reasons I am definitely doing it is to be the first YouTuber to go on a show that is so massive in this country. That is quite amazing."You can't get anything more high profile than this and it's going to lead to so many other great opportunities. I can't wait to find out what!"Fears: I think I am scared of everything. When I go in, I will find out what I am properly scared of.Missing any special occasion: It's my 23rd birthday whilst I am in camp.Role in the camp: To lighten up the mood.

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Jamie Lomas

We are SO excited to see Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas on I'm A Celeb.We reckon he'd tackle all the Buchtucker Trials with no problem. The 42-year-old actor recently left Hollyoaks after his onscreen character, Warren Fox, went on the run after stealing one of his twins.Eek!Not only are we excited to see him do some trials but we can't wait to see him in that shower...Jamie admitted even though he was asked years he has finally signed up for the ITV show. He said: "It's been a good year with work and I really did feel now was the right time to branch out."I had to make a decision - whether to sign or take the gamble. The gamble was I wanted to do this. "And I felt it came at the right time. And it has paid off because I am doing it."Fears: Bugs, spiders and cockroaches crawling all over my head.Missing any special occasion: My brother's 50th birthday.Role in the camp: The joker who will cheer everyone up when they are feeling down.

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Jennie McAlpine

Jennie McAlpine - aka Fiz Brown - is swapping the Cobbles for some Bushtucker Trials!During her stint in the jungle she'll be missing her son Albert and has admitted: "I had to really think about this because the biggest thing is leaving my little boy."Even the thought of it beforehand made me shudder. It's going to be his birthday whilst I am in the Jungle and I spend all my time with him when I am not working on Corrie."Leaving Albert when I first go into the camp will be my trial... It really will."We're pretty sure all the Corrie fans will be voting for Jennie so there's a good chance she'll make it to the final.Fears: Leaving my son, Albert. But I don't have any other big fears.Missing any special occasion: My son's third birthday.Role in the camp: Cook

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Rebekah Vardy

I'm A Celeb fans will see Rebekah Vardy on their TV screens later this year as she's signed up to the ITV reality show.The mum-of-four was reportedly set to head into the jungle last year but then she fell pregnant and welcomed her son Finley. However she's joining the show this year and seems pretty excited about it. She has said: "I am so excited but I've also been waking up in the middle of the night sweating and having nightmares about bugs crawling around my feet."This is such an amazing thing to do and I am really looking forward to it."She continued: "People will see a different side to me and it will be nice to show people what I am really like. "I don't really have any fears but I am dreading anything that is in a confined space and box. I am just expecting to get voted for the majority of the trials at the beginning anyway."Fears: I am not a great fan of spiders but I don't think I've got any sort of fears. That said, I don't like confined spaces.Missing any special occasion: The diary is clear.Role in the camp: I love people. I will be a mixture of everything. I won't be starting an argument but if I've got an opinion on something I will express it.

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Shappi Khorsandi

Shappi Khorsandi is set to cause a lot of banter on the show as the comedian has been spotted in Australia. The mum-of-two is single following her divorce to Christian Reilly back in 2011.The comedian has said: "I just felt that it was a good time for me to do something like this."It's something a bit challenging and really out of my comfort zone. I didn't talk to Joel [Dommett] about it beforehand as it's been a big secret but I am feeling both excited and terrified about the prospect."She added: "I don't know how I am going to cope without tea."Fear: Heights and I am dreading not being able to drink a cup of tea.Missing any special occasion: I was due to start writing a novel but this is the perfect excuse notRole in the camp: Shoulder to cry on, the Mum and someone to inject fun.

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Stanley Johnson

Boris Johnson's dad Stanley has been spotted in Australia!The former politician is hoping there will be some debates in the jungle! We doubt that will go down well...If you think he's prepared for the jungle we doubt is because he's never actually watched I'm A Celeb before.Eek!He explained: "It's all totally new to me, I know absolutely nothing about it but I've been told about it and obviously I am ready to give it a go. "I don't think I am dreading anything. I am looking forward to being with the fellow competitors, contestants. I say that because it is a competition isn't it?"Fear: I will be ok on that front but obviously I don't want to be bitten by a black widow spider.Missing any special occasion: My family. Fortunately, I've got a big family and I will be back in time for ChristmasRole in the camp: I'm assuming I am going to be one of the younger competitors and so I will try to help people my age or more... And I hope I won't be too exhausted to make the odd joke!

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Vanessa White

The Saturdays singer Vanessa White landed in Australia last week and admitted she could find Mr Right in the Jungle. She actually said: "I am keeping my options open."The 27-year-old singer went on to say: "When I got asked by ITV, I suddenly realised it was such a fantastic once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that I had to take it up. I know everyone says this but I want to go for it. I am looking forward to the whole experience but I am not going to lie either - I am scared of most things."Eek!We haven't seen any members of the girl band on I'm A Celeb but we did see Frankie Bridge's husband Wayne on the show last year...**Fears: **Bugs!Missing any special occasion: No my diary is clear.Role in the camp: I'd like to bring a bit of laughter to the jungle.

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