Victoria Derbyshire is a Broadcast Journalist from Ramsbottom in Lancashire.
Born on Wednesday 2 October 1968, Victoria will be the oldest female in this year's I'm A Celebrity camp.
Victoria Derbyshire's journalism has won her many awards throughout the years.
In 2009 she won the Nick Clarke Award for her sensitive handling of an interview with a man accused and then cleared of date rape.
At the 2011 Sony Awards she won the Gold Award for Best News & Current Affairs Programme.
At the 2012 Sony Awards she became the Sony Academy's Speech Broadcaster of the Year, she beat the likes of Jeremy Vine for this title.
Victoria Derbyshire is a Breast Cancer survivor.
She married Mark Sandell in 2018.
Victoria's younger brother, Nick Derbyshire, was a county cricketer for Essex and Lancashire between 1994 and 1996.
Her mum and dad are Pauline and Anthony Derbyshire.
She attended Bury Grammar School for Girls, an independent school, before studying English language and literature at the University Of Liverpool.
Keep up to date with Victoria's progress in Gwrych Castle with Ant & Dec from around 21:00 on ITV/STV during I'm A Celebrity.