Caitlyn Jenner has already been winning over fans with her honesty and openness during stint in the jungle on I'm A Celebrity.
And now former athlete and transgender activist Caitlyn, 70, has admitted that she will 'always be father to her children'.
Caitlyn opened up about her family relationships to fellow contestants Kate Garraway, Adele Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Jaqueline Jossa.
And Caitlyn, who used to be Olympic-winning athlete Bruce Jenner before she transitioned in 2015, said: "Bruce raised them and Caitlyn is enjoying their life with them."
Caitlyn, star of reality shows I Am Cait and The Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has six children and a whopping 19 grandchildren.
She's father to Burt and Cassandra from Bruce's first marriage to Chrystie, and two sons from Bruce's second marriage to Linda Thompson.
In 1991, Caitlyn - then still Bruce - married Kris Kardashian and had two daughters - Kendall, 24, and Kylie, 22 - and became step-parent to Kris's four children from her previous marriage, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé and Robert.
"My kids all call me Dad," he said.
Kendall asked me first and I said 'Dad', I'm your Dad and I'll always be your Dad till the day I die.
"Kendall asked me first and I said 'Dad', I'm your Dad and I'll always be your Dad till the day I die.
"But what they're really good at, which shocks me all the time, is when they're talking about me - 'my Dad, she' - and it's tough to change the pronoun in the middle of it."
Earlier in the series, Caitlyn revealed that she had been hiding a dark tragedy from her fellow campmates.
The reality star - who won Olympic gold at the 1500 metres as Bruce Jenner in 1976 - lost her brother in a tragic accident the same year she won gold in Montreal.
Caitlyn, then Bruce, was 26 when her younger brother, Burt, died while driving a silver Porsche that Caitlyn had allowed him to borrow.