Published: 17:17, 30 September 2020
| Updated: 17:50, 30 September 2020
A popular TV presenter has been spotted filming at a train station.
Paul O'Grady was shooting a documentary today at The Kent & East Sussex Railway in Tenterden .
The 65-year-old is believed to be working on a programme for ITV, in which he visits a number of Kent attractions.
After the railway posted about it on Facebook, one commenter noted he had been filming at New Romney 's station a couple of weeks prior.
The journey for Mr O'Grady to the station wasn't too long, as he lives in the borough.
He was recently granted planning permission by Ashford Borough Council to add a private dance studio to his Aldington home.
This addition may be related to his husband, 40-year-old ballet star Andre Portasio.
The Kent & East Sussex Railway runs from near the Tenterden town centre to Bodiam in East Sussex.
The Victorian line partially reopened in 1974 as a heritage steam railway, and has been extended to its current 11.5-mile length.