Published: 12:13, 16 October 2020
| Updated: 13:02, 16 October 2020
A popular presenter is creating a reality show about his life in rural Kent.
Paul O'Grady is shooting a new ITV series called 'The Only Way is Kent' at his home in Aldington, near Ashford .
The TV veteran will take audiences through his daily life looking after the pigs, ducks, and goats he has on the property.
Animal lover O'Grady, 65, was due to be filming a documentary about elephants in Thailand over the summer.
But Covid-19 meant he had to abandon any travel plans he had.
Little is known about the content of the show so far, with only the title and general concept being revealed.
The property where it is to be set recently hit headlines due to a quirky planning application approved earlier this year.
Alongside the old building, a private dance studio is set to be constructed.
The structure - which will feature an 8ft fitted mirror, kitchenette and sound system - is intended for his ballet star husband Andre Portasio.
He was shooting on the historic Kent and East Sussex Railway as part of a series on attractions across Kent.
A couple of weeks earlier, he was seen filming at the train station in New Romney .