Kelvin Fletcher and pregnant wife Liz spark frenzy as they ditch farmwear ahead of show
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The 37-year-old's new show Kelvin Fletcher's Big Farm Adventure will follow him and his family as they settle into life in the countryside. Kelvin's wife, Liz Marsland, posted a loving snap of the pair as they promoted their new show on The One Show, sparking a frenzy amongst fans.
She styled her brown tresses in a soft wave as she cuddled up to her hubby in the dressing room. Liz captioned the post in view of her 24,900 Instagram followers: "Loved being on The One Show tonight talking about #kelvinsbigfarmingadventure you’re in for a treat on Monday. READ MORE: Amanda Holden, 50, risks revealing too much in figure-hugging blouse
• Monty Don addresses wife giving up on show as she 'walks away' "@martinealexander thank you for the emergency shopping, helping fix those pregnancy problems when nothing fits." Many took to the comments to compliment the couple on their outfits as well as congratulate the start of their new show. Kelvin joked in the comments: "I look tall here. Absolutely LOVING this." Go_tropic_with_katie said: "You look amazing @eliza_marsland. Can't wait to watch."
Kelvin is known for his role as Andy Sugden on Emmerdale, however left the soap in 2016 to pursue other avenues. The former Strictly Come Dancing winner has lived his whole life in Oldham but recently decided to move his family to the countryside to run his own farm. Following his Strictly win he purchased a former working farm on the edge of The Peak District National Park.
Viewers of The One Show were able to see an exclusive clip of the new show ahead of Monday's airing. The video clip showed Kelvin struggle as he tried to give medicine to dozens of sheep. He called on the help of his neighbour and fellow sheep farmer Jilly to show him how to administer worming medicine to a flock. Kelvin still found it difficult, however, even after Jilly's demonstration.