Giovanna Fletcher breaks down in tears as she watches husband Tom's McFly tribute show All About Us

I'M A Celeb champion Giovanna Fletcher is full of emotion as she watches her husband's band documentary.

Giovanna, 35, curled up on the couch to watch All About Us, the ITV series that gave fans a rare look into McFly, the band which stars her husband Tom Fletcher.

The mum-of-three was only 12 minutes into the series when the tears started welling in her eyes.

She was in the I'm A Celeb castled when it aired and decided to document her reaction to All About Us on her Instagram stories.

"It’s making me so teary and emotional having been there from the start and I feel so much pride," she said to the camera as she wiped away tears.

"I’ve cried so much already and I know it’s going to get more emotional."

She also opened up about how early in their career, the girlfriends of the band members were not allowed to be seen in public with the McFly boys.

"It's so funny seeing bits, like them winning the Brit awards and I was working in a bar at that point in a gym," Giovanna revealed.

"I can remember being at work and watching them win the Brit, because those were the days when I wasn’t allowed to go along and had to watch from afar."

She finished saying, "life was just ridiculous".

Later in her Instagram stories, Giovanna turned her camera onto the TV to film the episode of the series where McFly reunites to perform a socially distanced concert to their partners and kids.

Giovanna can be seen in the second row dancing with her and Tom's sons Buzz, six, Buddy, four, and Max, two.

McFly: All About Us is a one-hour show which featured the band’s most open interviews to date and ends in a very special gig, filmed at the Union Chapel in London in front of their families who have been their constant support through the years.

Along with Tom his band mates, Danny, Dougie and Harry, talk candidly about the origins of McFly, the formation of McBusted and the truth behind the band taking a break.

McFly described the show as, "the true and open story of our band and our friendship, the challenges we've faced as well as highs we could never have dreamt of and why we’re stronger now than ever."

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