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She won I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, beating off stiff competition from Jamie Lomas and Iain Lee.

But Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo has been forced to hand over nearly a THIRD of her post-show earnings.

The Made In Chelsea star was paid a low fee in comparison to her fellow campmates, it was previously revealed.

But Toff won the hearts of the nation, beating Hollyoaks hunk Jamie and ex-BBC WM radio host Iain in the final.

She became the third consecutive Queen of the Jungle, scooping the ITV reality show prize two years after Geordie Shore star Vicki Pattinson, and one year after Gogglebox lass Scarlett Moffatt.

However, The Mail on Sunday claims that a clause her in her contract states that 30% of paid 'appearances, contracts and endorsements' will go to ITV for '45 days following the end of the show'.

Georgia Toffolo on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (Image: REX/Shutterstock)

Georgia Toffolo tests out the shower that masquerades as a waterfall (Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Georgia Toffolo uses a leaf as a hat on I'm A Celebrity (Image: REX/Shutterstock)

The publication reports that it will cost Toff hundreds of thousands of pounds, according to the Mirror.

It's been claimed that the agreement also allows 'ITV's auditors to pore over her books'.

It was previously reported that Toff, who has a law degree from the University of Westminster, now stands to rake in an eye-watering sum, with her popularity on the show potentially leading to a series of lucrative underwear, cosmetic and fashion deals.

And like last year's winner Scarlett Moffatt - who went on to score a gig as the presenter of Extra Camp, as well as releasing a second autobiography and fitness DVD - PR expert Mark Brokowski reckons Georgia will be flooded with offers.

Jamie Lomas, Georgia Toffolo, Rebekah Vardy, Vanessa White and Stanley Johnson (Image: REX/Shutterstock) Read More

“She’s obviously got a lingerie deal – she’s had a lot of bikinis in there. She’s a smart girl, she’s definitely got a future," he told The Sun.

“Toff’s an open person, knows how to deal with reality TV – she’s got a bright future in front of her.

“Products, branding endorsements, lingerie, fashion deals. Made in Chelsea boys and girls do very well out of endorsing products. I would have thought that she might have even set up a lot of deals before she went into the jungle.”

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Meanwhile, Vicky Pattison has said Toff had an "unfair advantage" coming from reality TV background.

The former Geordie Shore star, who was crowned jungle queen in 2015, said celebs who have had cameras following their every move will find their time in the jungle a lot easier because they've been paid to be themselves.

"It's no coincidence me, Scarlett Moffatt and Toff, who all make our living being ourselves on TV, have won," she said.

 as well as releasing a second autobiography and fitness DVD - PR expert Mark Brokowski reckons Georgia will be flooded with offers. Jamie Lomas

 as well as releasing a second autobiography and fitness DVD - PR expert Mark Brokowski reckons Georgia will be flooded with offers. Jamie Lomas

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She added to the Daily Star: "Hand on heart, I do think it's an unfair advantage. We are used to reality TV and having cameras on us all the time.

"These sports stars, or former pop stars, are great but they lack the level of self-promotion we have.

"I'm not taking anything away from anyone because I think Scarlett and Toff deserved to win, and hopefully I did too.

"But what I will say is our reality TV backgrounds have stood us in good stead."

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