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Jungle queen and Tory cheerleader Georgia ’Toff’ Toffolo to meet Theresa May at elite fundraising party

JUNGLE queen and Tory cheerleader Georgia “Toff” Toffolo is set to meet Theresa May at an elite fundraising party.

The aspiring politico will be welcomed with open arms at the Conservative Party’s glitzy Black and White Ball on Wednesday night — where tables cost rich party backers £15,000.

She will rub shoulders with the Prime Minister and her Cabinet at the annual fundraiser at London’s Natural History Museum.

A fellow partygoer told The Sun guests have the chance to mingle and pose for selfies with the PM and leading Tories like Boris Johnson, who tour the room pressing the flesh with rich donors.

The Tory source said: “if she wanted to she will definitely be able to have a chat with Theresa.”

Toff has been invited to the posh bash as a guest of Boris Johnson’s father Stanley, who she called “devilishly handsome” in her Sunday Times column.

And she’s promised her fellow Jungle contestant that she will be on “best behaviour” for the night, adding: “Definitely no Jägerbombs”.

True blue Toff was initally snubbed by party top brass after offering to help struggling Mrs May engage with younger voters.

Insiders said she was “too posh” to win over Labour voters, but have u-turned now and will welcome her to the gilded event.

Lavish prizes like holidays, shooting weekends and statues of Magaret Thatcher are flogged to line party coffers.

A Tory HQ source said last night: “It is always nice to see some of the many hundreds of high profile Tory supporters, publicly show their support.

“We welcome anyone so well connected who wants to help us out.”

Yesterday Jacob Rees-Mogg also praised Toff's “bravery” in publicly backing the Tories.

The future leadership contender said: “It’s very important the Conservative Party can show that it’s got followers from a variety of areas.”

“We broadly expect that retired field marshals will be Conservative but we need to show that young people, celebrities, people that can win I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, also have a connection with the Conservative Party, that they see why it’s attractive.

The Somerset MP went on: “And I think her role is important in showing that there are some young Conservatives as well and she’s brave in putting her head above the parapet because very few celebrities are willing to say they are Conservative.”” target=”_blank” title=”Click to share on Twitter

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