I'm A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle has huge tents put alongside set as ITV rush to get set ready ahead of show launch

I'M A Celebrity's Gwrych Castle was today seen having huge tents put up alongside the set, as ITV rush to get the site ready ahead of the show's big launch.

This year’s stars are due to enter camp in less than two weeks, on November 15.

The pressure is now on to make sure the camp is safe and ready for the stars to move into.

Not only will producers be installing the Bushtucker Trials, they will also have to make sure the set is line with government guidelines when it comes to social distancing with crew members.

Today, though, massive white marquees where producers and crew will work, were seen being installed.

In our pictures you can see preparations are well underway.

Crew are working around the clock to make sure everything is ready for launch night.

Gwyrch Castle can be found in Abergele, Wales.

The show is usually filmed in Queensland, Australia, but this year's show will be held in the UK due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The castle being used is a near derelict Grade I listed country house that stands in 250 acres of gardens and grounds on the North Wales coast

Meanwhile, The Sun revealed earlier yesterday how this year’s I'm A Celebrity stars can self-isolate with partners and family in secret luxury cottages and hotels.

They have been allowed to have loved ones join them so they do not get lonely during the two weeks of enforced quarantine before the show.

Contestants, including Mo Farah and Shane Richie, have been put up with their nearest and dearest near the North Wales location.

Normally, celebs have no outside contact from the moment they land in Australia.

The Sun understands the rule of giving up phones a few days before the show starts will still apply.

A source said: “ITV decided to allow celebs as much time with families as possible. They’re already essentially having three weeks’ quarantine in a freezing castle, so two weeks on top of that felt a bit mean.”

It also means when campmates leave, their families will be on hand.

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