Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has whisked reality TV star Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo to the Ministry of Defence HQ to hold a secret chat in the bid to boost his popularity.
The ambitious minister is alleged to have been charmed by the I’m A Celeb winner at the Tory ‘Black and White’ ball in February.
He posted a photo from the ball to his Instagram with the Made in Chelsea star and Stanley Johnson, father of the Foreign Secretary who starred alongside Toff in the latest series of ITV’s I’m A Celeb.
Gavin Williamson said he was ‘very excited’ to meet the pair of reality TV stars, illustrating his viewing habits
Toff has previously starred on the Instagram page of Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg
Georgia Toffolo at the launch of I’m A Celeb, series 17
An MoD source said Ms Toffolo was ‘interested to know more about the work of the Armed Forces’ according to the Sun.
‘They had a good chat about the crucial role troops play across the world keeping Brits safe as well as tackling wildlife crime and delivering humanitarian aid to the world’s most vulnerable at times of crisis’ they said.
Ms Toffolo, 23, is a Conservative activist and has been outspoken about her views of ‘sexy’ Tory MPs.
Since gaining fame from starring on a horde of reality TV shows, including Celebs Go Dating, Ms Toffolo has called controversial MP Jacob Rees-Mogg a ‘sex god’ and said she ‘fancied the pants off’ failed London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith.
In January, she visited the House of Common to talk to several MP’s about the influence of Winston Churchill, before of the release of the biopic Darkest Hour, which is about the famous Prime Minister.
The segment was filmed for This Morning, but viewers were left baffled and accused her of flirting with MPs.
At the Black and White Ball in February, the ‘Queen of the Jungle’ spoke of how she gained friendship with Stanley Johnson – despite the pair’s 54-year age gap.
She said the Foreign Secretary’s father had encouraged her to run as an MP and even joked he would run her campaign.
Gavin Williamson, the MP for South Staffordshire, came from relative obscurity after being promoted out of the blue to Chief Whip following Sir Michael Fallon into the role in November.
He shocked MPs after admitting to an office affair in his past and is seen as a opportunist within political circles.