Blackburn Rovers WAG, Olivia Attwood, has addressed pregnancy rumours after thousands of fans thought this was linked to her sudden I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here exit.

The former Love Island contestant, who is engaged to Rovers midfielder Bradley Dack, left the jungle just 24 hours after entering.

An ITV spokesperson said she was withdrawn due to medical reasons, which was then confirmed to be anaemia, but people have still been speculating about why she left.

In an Instagram Q&A with her two million followers she responded to questions about her I’m a Celeb exit.

One fan asked: “Why did you leave the jungle? You don’t have to say if you don’t want to.”

Olivia said: “I so want to leave this subject behind but there are thousands of these and I don’t want you to think I’m being rude.

“If you take a look the reason is out there. I gave one interview in my words and a chat on This Morning.

“I know it doesn’t make sense to a lot of you but it also still doesn’t make a lot of sense to me if that makes you feel better.”

Another asked if she was pregnant and Olivia said she had received thousands of questions asking the same thing.

The 31-year-old urged her fans not to ask women this question.

She said: “Nope. No pregnancies. Let’s stop asking women this all the time too.”

When asked if she would re-enter the jungle in 2023 she said “I would love to make it up to you guys at some point.

“Never say never.”

Appearing on ITV’s This Morning earlier this month described the reason she left as being 'not that exciting'.

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The results found that Olivia had low iron, potassium and sodium levels, and was anaemic.

She was taken to A&E and was eventually forced to abandon her jungle journey.

Olivia said: 'I was like ‘shall we go back?’ and I knew there would be Covid tests and things like that but there was a pause in proceedings there, and it was late at night and taking me back into camp doesn’t work logistically.

“I now know the conversations went on all through the night with production obviously desperate to have me back in, but the medical team… I think it’s an insurance thing.

“They had those readings, they had to seek other party opinions and it’s a collective decision. I think they thought the readings might drop that low again and they wouldn’t be covered because it’s already been flagged up.

“I was looking forward to showing a different side to myself. I am not a quitter, I'm not scared of much. I was loving it.”