Helen Skelton says there's 'lots of things you can't say' on BBC

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Helen Skelton, 37, fulfilled her good deed of the day after she rushed to the aid of a member of the public who had lost their bank card. While in the queue at a coffee shop in the park, the stranger was very grateful to the presenter after she kindly bought them a coffee.

We all need kindliness and caffeine in these crazy times

Helen Skelton

Taking to Twitter to thank the On The Farm host once again for her kindness, the fan wrote: “Thanks @HelenSkelton for buying me a coffee at the park earlier today!

“Couldn’t find my card.”

Following the praise, Helen was quick to respond, replying: “No worries!

“We all need kindliness and caffeine in these crazy times.

“Stay safe (and caffeinated),” she added.

On Tuesday, the television presenter appeared on ITV’s Lorraine, which was hosted by Ranvir Singh.

Discussing her latest show This Week on the Farm, Helen revealed that she gets a lot more freedom on Channel 5 to discuss what happens in nature compared to other broadcasters.

Helen also presents Countryfile alongside Matt Baker from time to time.

Following a clip from the upcoming series of a cheeky conversation between South Yorkshire farmers Rob and Dave Nicholson, Ranvir asked her to explain what was going on.

Helen giggled as she responded: “You and I have worked on television for a long time, there’s a lot of things you can’t say on BBC.

“This show is on Channel 5, the restrictions are gone. All the fun and frolics that happen on a farm are shared.

“Obviously a farm is all about new life and babies and we were trying to find out if the alpaca’s were pregnant and apparently, if an alpaca’s pregnant it doesn’t want to get mounted by a male alpaca.

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“So Xander [the alpaca] was trying to go after the ladies and if they spat at him, it was an indication they were pregnant,” she added.

Following the announcement of season two, fans of The Week on the Farm took to Twitter to comment.

One said: “brilliant…really looking forward to it!!!!…its exactly what we need to lift our spirit…it was brilliant all last year!!!…so pleased its back….”

“Absolutely fantastic programme can’t wait for the next series. Yey the Barnsley boys are back, with the fabulous @HelenSkelton,” someone else mentioned.

Another commented: “Really excited, can not wait .”

This Week on the Farm returns to Channel 5 on Thursday at 8pm.

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