ITV have confirmed that the 20th series of I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! will be filmed in the UK.

The show will take place later this year and will be broadcast live every night from a ruined castle in the countryside.

So far ITV have declined to give any indication as to where in the UK it will be filmed.

So we have taken a look at the different castles we have in Sussex that could be used for filming.

We have everything from the Roman foundations of Pevensey to the fairy tale-like Herstmonceux, most of which was built in the 20th century.

Arundel Castle, West Sussex

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Arundel Castle was built at the end of the 11th century and has been the seat of the Duke of Norfolk for more than 850 years.

The castle has been restored and remodelled, and is still the family home of the Duke of Norfolk. 

Bodiam Castle, East Sussex

The Argus: Bodiam Castle in East Sussex

One of Britain's most picturesque castles is in Bodiam.

The 14th century castle allows visitors to walk the ground once walked upon by knights and explore the spiral staircases, battlements and portcullis in a historic landscape.

The castle runs seasonal events throughout the year which allow visitors to find out more about the history and tales of the heritage site.

Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex

The Argus: The castle moat at Herstmonceux Castle, near Bexhill

The 15th century moated castle is set in a 300acre estate which include woodland and formal gardens.

The castle has been lived in by knights and became the largest private home in England in the 15th century.

Herstmonceux has undergone a number of renovations in the year but it has always be known for its architecture due to the French fashion of building in brick.

Lewes Castle, East Sussex

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The castle stands as a prominent feature in the East Sussex town close to the high street.

Built in 1069, the Norman castle allows visitors to obtain stunning views across Sussex.

Rye Castle, East Sussex

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The tower is believed to have been built in the 14th century as one of the town's defences against the French.

The site runs various exhibits which allow visitors to find out more about the tower and the history of Rye.

Castles were also built at Amberley, Bramber, Chichester, Crowhurst, Ewhurst, Hartfield, Petworth, Rudgwick and Verdley.