Answering viewers questions via video link from the Bush Telegraph last night, she said the only thing she'd like delivered to camp right now would be some form of contact with Dima, who is currently in Australia.
She said: "I would like a message from my son or a phone call from my son and be able to speak to him."
That's a different side of Lady C to the one we often see on the show: the argumentative side that has divided the camp and the nation.
During her Q&A session on Get Me Out Of Here NOW!, the 66-year-old also said she felt she'd made lifelong friends in Chris Eubank and Kieron Dyer.
"I think I have a very good relationship with Chris and Kieron, I think it's very supportive and it's based upon sincere and genuine feelings and I hope to see them when we are out of the camp, a lot."
Last night, Yvette Fielding became the third celebrity to leave the jungle after losing the public vote.