With a move to Australia in sight, Charlotte already has plenty of fans and friends here - including her former I'm A Celeb campmates.
The Geordie Shore star and entrepreneur starred on the hit reality show in 2020 alongside Miguel Maestre, Rhonda Burchmore and MAFS' Ryan Gallagher - the latter of whom she had a brief fling with - and it turns out the gang are all still in contact.
"We still have our group chat which isn’t as active anymore but people still talk in there," Charlotte says.
"We catch up and see how each other are; we talk when someone’s on telly or something. Obviously I’m not over there so time difference makes it hard."
Though they haven't met, Charlotte also has ties to fellow podcaster and I'm A Celeb alum Abbie Chatfield and says she'd "definitely" have a go at co-hosting a podcast together.
"We’ve spoken twice over Instagram because we’ve got the same agent but she seems lovely, she seems really great."
Her relationship with Ryan may not have worked out, but Charlotte is currently all loved-up with videographer boyfriend Liam Beaumont.
"He’s just a lot more mature than anyone else I’ve been with. He really looks out for me, he’s just a proper man," Charlotte says of him.
Whilst most couples had some tough times in lockdown, Charlotte says she and Liam haven't had any issues, the reason being that staying at home together is all they've ever known.
"Our whole relationship’s been in lockdown, we actually met in lockdown so we don’t really know any different," she explains.
"It’ll be strange for us to be able to go out and go to a restaurant. We haven’t done any of these things together so I dread how different it’s going to be coming out of lockdown with what’s in been like in because it’s been fine."
In true Charlotte Crosby fashion, her podcast Values and Vibrators is unfiltered, what-you-see-is-what-you-get gold but it took a lot of convincing for Charlotte to take the project on.
"I never really wanted to do a podcast, it’s not something that I’ve ever sat and listened to because I find it so boring listening to people talk," she spills.
"There’s not been one podcast that I’ve listened to start to finish so it’s something that I’ve never wanted to do - I can’t even bear being the guest on a podcast, I just really don’t like it!"
Even when she was asked to do the podcast during lockdown, Charlotte wasn't that enthusiastic.
"I’m going to be totally honest with you, it was kind of like ‘Right well I might as well, I’ve literally got nothing else to do.’ I’m not going to lie, it was a bit of a last resort but I said yes because it was with Australia and it was with Nova and I love Nova and I’ve worked with Nova a lot in the past.
"I just had all of these negative thoughts about it. And then I started doing it and I was kind of like ‘This is actually alright,’ and then I was like ‘This is actually really good.’ It’s just me and a microphone and no one telling us what I can, what I can’t do, what I should do, what I shouldn’t say, it was just me talking and it was fabulous."
In Charlotte's words, "there is no podcast that is funnier or crazier or wilder or has more moments where you go ‘I can’t believe she just said that!’"
However, there are also serious topics that will be addressed, including about the traumatic ectopic pregnancy she suffered in 2016 when she was dating Geordie Shore co-star Gary Beadle.
"There are details about that topic which I’ve never mentioned before because I didn’t want certain people to come off in an even worse light than they already were and stupidly I was trying to protect them," she says.
"Honestly it’s no holds barred – people are going to be shocked, in tears crying or laughing their head off."