Clearly not realising how popular she has been throughout the series, the blonde was lost for words as she was crowned the victor, telling Ant and Dec: 'I don't know what to say.
ITV bagged Toff, 23, for the jungle with a bargain price of just £13,000, a fraction of what her well-known co-stars like Amir Khan were paid, because few people knew who she was before the show.
'All three major networks are fighting for her, ' a source close to Toff said.
The Made In Chelsea star was crowned Queen of the Jungle last night, pipping Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas to the prize, and the coronation proved to be a bit too much for last year's victor, Scarlett Moffatt.
One thing's for sure - 2018 is going to be a big year for the reality star.
"Wow, I don't think I'll be having that payday, it would be highly welcome, I doubt it though".
However, she received high praise from her fellow campmates, including runner-up Jamie.
"Honestly, I really hope that this crown brings you as much luck and happiness as it's brought me, I honestly do", Moffatt told a speechless Toff.
The MIC star pipped actor Jamie and radio host Iain Lee to the title, after winning over viewers with her sense of humour and constantly positive attitude.
TV insiders say E4's sister Channel 4 will be keen to have her as a presenter or panelist on some of their shows, while ITV are desperate to do the same. It's really overwhelming. Thank you so much.
She added: "Oh my god, I feel like crying for you, because it's girls like you that make me so proud to be a young woman. I've never met anyone like you, you're awesome".
"Seriously, who the hell is voting for Jamie?!"
"She's got stuck in, she's been brilliant, funny, entertaining, so well done Toff".