Having spoken candidly about her Autism before and during her time in the jungle, Anne revealed she hadn’t thought through what life would really be like in the wild.
The Chase star said: “I was sort of technically expecting everything that happened but I hadn’t really properly imagined it.”
However, asked if she was disappointed to have left the jungle, Anne admitted she was more than happy to be voted off.
“I wanted to be voted off to put it brutally,” Anne told Phillip and Rochelle but did admit she had a great time over the past two and a half weeks.
“I was having the most brilliant time but what was brilliant about it was my campmates. I just adore them all.”
Speaking of her campmates and how they helped her during her time after admitting she wanted to walk, Anne said: “I couldn’t have possibly coped without them.”
“I would have walked out the first morning if it were not for my campmates in Camp Rock. They were utterly fantastic.”
After joining the main camp a few days after arriving, Anne admitted she finally believed she could keep going.
“I woke up in main camp and I thought I can now imagine staying here until I get voted off.”
Although Anne did not clash with any of her fellow campmates, she revealed one major problem she suffered during her stint.
“The trouble is weirdly there’s not any salt and about a week ago, my digestive system said I’m not having any more rice – I’ll have beans, beans and rice, but not just rice because it is going just straight through.”
Anne also revealed she was greeted by fourth evictee Rita Simons, 41, who told her she stank and needed a shower.
“I was met with Rita Simons and the first thing she said was you smell. So it was really nice to have a shower.”
Asked what she’d learnt about herself while in the jungle, Anne admitted: “I’ve learned I’m far more of a whimp than I thought.”
The Chase star continued: “I’ve learned that I can get on better with people than I thought but [they were nice],” referring to her fellow campmates.
“It has been an extraordinary experience and a learning curve but most importantly I’ve made ten fantastic friends.”
Asked whether The Governess character will now mellow, Anne revealed: “Not as the Governess. The Governess will continue to be utterly brutal.”
Anne admitted she would like Nick Knowles, 56, to be crowned king of the jungle but believed Harry Redknapp would beat him to the post.
“I’d like to think Nick because Nick is just the best but in practice it will probably be Harry. He is just hilarious.”