Piers Morgan's son Spencer goes on a date with Georgia Toffolo

Piers Morgan's son Spencer has bragged about taking I'm A Celebrity... winner Georgia Toffolo on a 'first date'.  

The 23-year-old Queen of the Jungle is known to be old friends with Spencer, 25, who uploaded a photo of him with the blonde captioning it: 'First date went well guys, thanks for asking @ToffTalks.' He also uploaded a clip of her dancing.

This encounter comes just hours after Toff met with MP Jacob Rees-Mogg on the set of her film about Winston Churchill, playfully flirting with him about previously calling him a 'Sex God'. 

Spencer's father Piers seems to have his eye on the reality personality as a prospective future daughter-in-law. He has said previously: 'Toff and my oldest son, who is a good mate of hers... Spencer is going to be back, he's going to be ready [for when she gets back from Australia].

'He's handsome, he's intelligent, he's got a good job, he's well bred, good genes. Toff's mother was up for this - we need to ask Toff. Now she's coming into a lot of money, I have a lot of interest in getting them together.'

Toff has denied any chemistry, saying: 'I think the romantic ship might have sailed for us. I don’t think Spencer would see me in that way, I can assure you.'

In response to this, Piers tweeted: 'Toff gave an interview yesterday saying the romantic ship had sailed when it came to a liaison with my son Spencer. She's just tweeted me and said "Piers, anything is possible when your son and I are united over a bottle of Apple Sourz".' 

The starlet seems to be wooing eligible men wherever she turns.

Her time spent on Wednesday with Rees-Mogg saw him urging Theresa May to enlist the help of the Made In Chelsea star to reach out to young voters after meeting her in Parliament.

And Toff faced a ribbing from her This Morning co-stars Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on Thursday, after her encounter this week at Parliament with the 48-year-old politician.

Speaking about the I’m A Celebrity... winner's Winston Churchill piece - which will be aired at the end of this week on This Morning - Holly and Phil teased her about the ‘sexual tension’ between her and Rees-Mogg.

A clip of Toff meeting the Conservative showed her saying: 'I must apologise for calling you a sex god. I’m so sorry!'

Toff indeed referred to Rees-Mogg as such, when she left the jungle last month.

Rees-Mogg replied: 'I was mildly embarrassed but enormously flattered.'

Back in the studio, Holly said: 'Flirting followed by Churchill. It’s the poshest thing I’ve ever seen on television!'

Phillip laughed: 'There was a sexual tension there. A little frisson.'

Rees-Mogg - who is married to Helena de Chair and has been since 2007 - said Downing Street would be 'very wise' to use Toff as their new poster girl as she understands 'how to reach a bigger audience'. 

The Made In Chelsea star, who has been a Conservative Party member since she was a teenager, spoke to a string of top Tories as she visited Westminster to film the Churchill piece on Wednesday.

Rees-Mogg told Mail Online: ‘I would certainly encourage the Conservative Party to benefit from her appeal as far as possible and take all the advice she is willing to give.

'I think she has two million followers on Instagram and that is rather more than the Conservative Party sadly – indeed it is probably about 100 times what the Conservative Party has.'

Toff also chatted to new Tory MP Ben Bradley, who was yesterday made the party's new youth Tsar, during her visit.

The law graduate has reportedly set her sights on entering politics and being an MP one day. 

Rees-Mogg said that while the world of politics and celebrity appeared to be very different, MPs can actually learn a lot from television stars.

And he said he would 'definitely' encourage No10 to pick up the phone and get some tips from Toff.

He said: ‘Downing Street would be very wise to seek her thoughts because she is clearly very professional.

'You don’t get two million Instagram followers by chance and she has done Made In Chelsea and the I'm a Celebrity programme with great panache. 

‘She has had an appeal to a wide range of people in both of those programmes and although politics and celebrity is very different, understanding how to reach a bigger audience is important.’  

Rees-Mogg said he thanked her for her 'staunch support' of the Conservative Party.

He said: ‘She has got the courage of her convictions and is extremely popular, and it is very important that the Conservatives have a broader appeal than we had in the last General Election.

‘And so I think her support is enormously welcome and valuable and something that Conservatives should be grateful for.’

*Sourced from Mail Online*

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