‘My bad’ Helen Skelton issues apology to fans after This Week On The Farm error
Helen Skelton relaxes in her garden after work
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Helen Skelton, 38, has apologised after confusing the final episode air date of her Channel 5 show This Week On The Farm. The TV host looked radiant as she posed at Cannon Hall pumpkin patch today and thanked her loyal fans for continuing to support the programme.
Helen wowed while wearing an on-trend outfit for the autumn season which included a camouflage jacket paired with a cream roll neck jumper.
She kept her blonde highlighted hair down in loose beach styled waves paired with natural makeup.
Helen typed on Instagram: “Final episode of @onthefarmc5 tonight (Friday) @channel5_tv (sorry I told you it was Wednesday and it wasn’t!! My bad!)
“Anyway ….. some ideas of what to do with pumpkins once you no longer want them as decorations and plenty of autumnal indulgence!!
“Thanks as always for watching and your kind words… @thejuleshudson @cannonhallfarm @shonathevet #farming #autumn #pumpkins #harvest #yorkshire #rurallife.”
In response, fans praised her and the programme as they hoped she would be back on screens soon.
christine.moore29 said: “Love the programme, please come back again soon. Love the photo of you and Jules, the best presenting pair!”
davenoseyparker replied: “You always look amazing and looking forward to the 5 farm finally. I hope Chanel 5 are doing more of the same.”
This Week On The Farm is presented by Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson and documents life on Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley in South Yorkshire.
Two weeks ago the former Blue Peter host had asked fans to help name the baby donkey on This Week On The Farm, with farmers Dave and Bob picking their favourite one.
Fans quickly took to Twitter to share their suggestions on what they thought the new animal should be called.
On last Tuesday’s episode, she shared some of her favourite names while standing next to Dave and Bob with the donkey – which seems to have grown stood in the middle of them.
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The farmers expressed how some of the names weren’t unique enough when they were trying to choose the perfect name and said: “They are nice, not special.”
But Helen reassured fans that she loved them all before the name was announced.
After debating on a few names they finally settled on “Donkey-oaty”. The stars revealed that it was a popular name not just among them but among fans.
It’s not long until Helen will probably be needing some help choosing a name for her baby who she is having with her husband and rugby player Richie Myler.
The former Blue Peter presenter revealed that she is due to give birth on New Year’s Eve and husband Richie is hoping their child doesn’t arrive early, over the Christmas period.
The pair already share two children, eldest son Ernie who is six and Louis who is four and are about to have their third.
When asked by Lorraine on the show when her due date is she replied: “New Year’s Eve. The other two were early and my husband keeps saying can we not do Christmas because he missed the last one.
“I said that’s fine you do the dinner then I’ll sit there with my feet up!”
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