Jamie Lynn Spears Looks Back on 'Once in a Lifetime Experience' After I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here Exit

After leaving the show on "medical grounds," the actress wrote an Instagram post on Thursday about her "incredibly special time" on the U.K. reality show and called her costars "family"

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Jamie Lynn Spears

Jamie Lynn Spears has left the jungle.

The 32-year-old actress bowed out of the U.K. reality series I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here on Wednesday, according to ITV.

"Jamie Lynn Spears has left on medical grounds," a spokesperson for the network said in a statement. "She's been a fantastic campmate who has triumphed at trials and bonded well with her fellow celebrities."

The spokesperson said Spears had left the camp in Australia, where the show is filming, and her fellow teammates have been informed that she will not be returning. Her last appearance on the series was Wednesday night's episode that aired in the U.K.

On Thursday, she posted thanks to her fans on Instagram, writing, "I can’t wait to share with y’all everything about this once in a lifetime experience, but I don’t even know where to start when trying to describe what an incredibly special time and place I had with some of the absolute best humans I have ever met and consider family now."

She continued, "THANK YALL for welcoming me into your living rooms night after night, and for supporting me through all the highs and lows. I’m am so grateful for this show, and all of the wonderful people apart of it! I will be taking some time to recover, and spend time with my family, but looking forward to sharing all about my journey on @imacelebrity with everyone! LOVE YALLLL 🤍🤍"

<p>Jamie Lynn Spears Instagram</p> Jamie Lynn Spears with her two daughters, Maddie and Ivey

Jamie Lynn Spears Instagram

Jamie Lynn Spears with her two daughters, Maddie and Ivey

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The Zoey 101 star had openly struggled with homesickness while participating in the show, which premiered on ITV on Nov. 19. During an episode last week, she got emotional about being away from her daughters, Maddie, 15, and Ivey, 5.

"I don’t know how I’m so emotionally weak," she told costars Danielle Harold and Sam Thompson, prompting the pair to step in and give her a pep talk.

"You're so strong. This is tough, babe, tough. So tough. It's not easy," Harold told Spears.

"It's important to remember you've come from a whole different continent, you don't know anyone here, it's hard. It's real hard," Thompson encouraged her.

Harold added, "Look at the s--- you've been through in your life, right? This, a little bit of rain in the jungle, is nothing."

Spears told the two she could endure anything thrown at her as long she could "go home to my babies at night."

"That's it, that's all I need in life. It feels a little bit overwhelming. They're not even close," she explained. "I've got to just do it. I don't know why I'm being such a baby."

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Jamie Lynn Spears

In November, it was revealed that Spears would be taking part in the long-running U.K. competition show, where celebrity contestants are pushed to the limit with grueling trials that involve creatures.

“I am absolutely frightened of everything,” Spears said per an ITV press release ahead of the season 23 premiere. She added at the time that she was "wildly excited and nervous" about going on the show and was ready to show the world her authentic self.

“There is literally every misconception you can have on a person about me so I don’t take any of it seriously,” she said.

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Spears’ I’m a Celebrity stint came after her elimination from Dancing with the Stars in the second week of the show in October.

Spears — who shares daughter Maddie with ex Casey Aldridge and Ivey with husband Jamie Watson — was partnered with professional dancer Alan Bersten and donated her weekly earnings to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA during their then-ongoing strikes.

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