Stanley recently wrote a touching defence of the conservation work of British zoos after the tragic death of a keeper.
He said: "The Bali tiger is just one breed that is practically extinct and zoos allow us to keep them alive for future generations." Stanley says he won't shirk when it comes to the stomach-churning eating tasks that I'm a Celeb is famed for.
Stanley, 77, writes for the nation's favourite newspaper as The Sun's wildlife correspondent.
He takes part in debates over animal rights and is a keen lover of nature.
I don’t see why it would cause any particular embarrassment.
“Lambs’ testicles taste a bit like sweetbread, you have them in fancy restaurants. It would certainly be nice to be one of the three finalists. I haven’t told anyone and I stick by the rules, I can tell you. “Don’t tell me he’s going to hear about it, it’s very unlikely.
“Even if Britain stayed on board, I doubt if we would be able to change the points on the track ahead, or even slow the train down.” Stanley's paternal grandfather was one of the last interior ministers in the crumbling Ottoman empire.YOUTUBER Jack Maynard tried to make his mark in the jungle before quitting I'm A Celebrity 2017 after only three days.You've probably spotted his videos on social media, but did you know these quirky secrets about the star?"I really needed a wee, so I had a wee in public on some statue."They said it was a memorial statue, and I was like ' Oh s***, what have we done here?