Poor old Gillian McKeith didn’t have the best of days yesterday.
Dressed in her most eye-catching and cosy Christmas tree costume while enjoying a festive day out with her daughters, it all started quite well for the former I’m A Celeb star…
Until she ended up flat on her back on a very cold ice rink being tended to by medics. Brr.
Unlucky Gillian, 58, fainted in the middle of the rink, while enjoying a festive skate with daughters Skylar and Afton at Tulleys Farm, Sussex.
She ended up being treated by medics on the ice, who came to the aid with oxygen, before helping Gillian to her feet.
Gillian was pictured lying on the ice with an oxygen mask clamped to her face, while Skylar and Afton looked on in concern.
Thankfully, she seemed alright, and was later seen tentatively standing up and making her way off the ice.
Perhaps a future stint on Dancing On Ice isn’t on the cards?
Ice rink drama aside, it appeared as if Gillian had a good time at the Christmas event.
She was snapped browsing the gift store and enjoying the dodgems – making us all wonder how on earth she wasn’t FREEZING cold.
No coat and bare legs? In this weather. Basically, you’re asking for a cold…
Of course, seeing these pictures has reminded us all of something…
Yes, that time Gillian dramatically fainted live on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
If you remember, back in 2010, Gillian was chosen to face the live Bushtucker Trial – and promptly fainted at Ant & Dec’s feet.
She also collapsed after a trial, leading Medic Bob to rush in with oxygen.
At the time, the You Are What You Eat presenter was accused of faking her fainting, but she hit back in a post-jungle interview with Heat magazine, saying she had a history of fainting.
“The first time I fainted – and it sounds quite hilarious – was when I got very excited because I thought I saw Santa Claus,” she said.
“All I can say to people is that I’ve got scoliosis, and there’s no way in a million years I can risk banging my back. I’ve probably fainted 12 to 15 times in my life. It has to be something pretty intense.
“The whole thing was an embarrassment. The worst thing was fainting on TV – I can hardly bear it.”