I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! viewers were left dumbfounded by the show displaying a "Welsh clock" as presenting duo Ant and Dec imitated the Australian time difference.

The show returned to screens this year with a new location, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with bosses swapping Australia's Gold Coast for Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales.

Despite the show being in the same time zone as viewers for the first time, bosses appeared to keep one aspect of the programme, the 24-hour clock.

The lower hand side of the screen usually shows the time during Ant and Dec's live broadcast from Australia.

Viewers were left perplexed when they discovered bosses hadn't got rid of the famous clock

However viewers believed that the clock was "unnecessary" due to it being in Wales.

Taking to social media, fans were quick to make fun of the situation as they wondered why this feature stayed in place.

"Why show the clock at the bottom when it’s the same time in Wales as it is in the rest of the UK!?! #ImACeleb," tweeted one viewer.

The clock usually displays local time in Australia during live segments

A second added: "#ImACeleb why is there a clock?"

"Enjoying the clock still being in the corner as if there’s some mad time difference in Wales #ImACeleb," joked a third.

"What's with the clock? Is there a time difference in Wales? #imaceleb," quizzed a fourth.

Making light of the new surroundings, Ant and Dec pointed out that the show had to adhere to new guidelines surrounding the coronavirus.

The show's hosts rejoiced as they celebrated their new surroundings

This year, ITV forked out thousands to renovate the 19th-century castle overlooking the stunning Welsh mountains.

Celebs will be living, eating, showering and taking part in the infamous Bushtucker Trials from specifically built sets located around Gwrych Castle.

In order to cope with the turbulent North Wales weather, ITV have provided campmates with heavy-duty waterproof clothing, as well as ensuring there are contingency plans in order should the castle sets be damaged.

So far, the castle has been battered by winds up to 50mph and storm-like rain with worse weather yet to come.

Sources have claimed that due to the terrible weather, bosses could be forced to put the emergency plans into place sooner than they think.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! continues on ITV at 9pm on Monday.