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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Paul Harragon's wife Pam says he will not quit I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! no matter how tough it gets

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'I've seen him go through blood, sweat and tears': Paul Harragon's wife Pam says he will not quit I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! no matter how tough it gets

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He captained his Rugby League football team the Knights to victory in 1997, despite suffering serious headaches and seizures, and played for Australia with a broken cheekbone.
So it's not surprising that Paul Harrogon's wife Pam believes the 47-year-old will stick out the South African jungle on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! no matter how dire it gets.
'I've seen him go through blood sweat and tears for the (Newcastle) Knights and he played with a broken cheek bone for Australia, there's absolutely nothing that will make him quit,' the radiographer told news.com.au.



'I've seen him go through blood sweat and tears': Paul Harragon's wife Pam, believes he will stick out the South African jungle on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! no matter how dire the circumstances become
As well as his competitive drive, Pam also said Paul's dedication to his chosen charity, would be a driving factor behind his determination to endure the challenging situation.


'He is a very driven person and would be focusing on why he's there, which is (raising money for) the Mark Hughes Foundation, and of course making his family proud,' she explained.
Meanwhile, Ironwoman Courtney Hancock and comedian Akmal Saleh have already been voted out of the competition.
Cricketer Shane Warne appears to be slowly cracking under pressure and reality star Laurina Fleure has asked producers to check her contract.



'I've seen him go through blood sweat and tears for the (Newcastle) Knights and he played with a broken cheek bone for Australia, there's absolutely nothing that will make him quit': the radiographer said
Three weeks into the six week series, Paul, aptly nicknamed the chief, is a firm favourite among his camp mates, recently being voted in as camp leader.
The NRL legend is responsible for the delegation of chores, as well as sorting out any issues that arise in the camp, and Pam thinks he is the perfect for the role.
'He's very much the alpha male. Paul is a very measured person so he really thinks about things and thinks about both sides of the equation. He is a very balanced person,' she revealed.
Back at home, Paul and Pam have three children together - Daniel, 14, Luke, 18, and Emily, 19.



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