Star of Emmerdale Kelvin Fletcher is expected to make a lot of money during the holidays.
When he opens the doors to his farm during Christmas, Kelvin Fletcher says he can’t wait to see visitors.
Weeks after announcing his newest career decision, the Emmerdale actor and his wife seem to be in for a lucrative holiday season. With their four children, Kelvin and Liz live on a 120-acre farm, but now that they’ve made the decision to put their house to good use, there will be more people around.
They decided to engage Santa this time after doing something similar at Easter. They’ll provide children an experience with animals they won’t soon forget, and he wrote: “Fletchers on the Farm Presents……….SANTA’S VILLAGE!! We have made the decision to open up our farm THIS CHRISTMAS as a result of the phenomenal success of our Easter Wonderland event. We are so excited to have you and your family join us for the season’s MOST MAGICAL event.
It happens after news broke that ITV will be producing a brand-new series on the family’s life on the farm. The 20-year Emmerdale actor Kelvin, who portrayed Andy Sugden, has revealed the name of the new programme: Fletcher’s Family Farm. It will chronicle the exploits of Kelvin, his actress wife, and their children Marnie, 6, Milo, 4, and twin boys, Maximus and Mateusz, 1 year olds.
When Kelvin appeared in a six-part series on the BBC last year, viewers got a look inside his life on the farm. The actor was followed in Kelvin’s Big Farming Adventure as he learnt how to manage a farm, exactly like his previous persona. Kelvin and his family jumped right into all that farm life has to offer with the assistance of a neighbour, Gilly, who has expertise in the field. But other people criticised the programme, calling it a “rip off of Clarkson’s Farm.”
“We are thrilled to have Kelvin, Liz, and the entire family showing us the ropes of what it takes to run a working farm,” said Leanne Clarke of ITV. For them and our viewers, I have no doubt that it will turn out to be a tremendously fascinating journey.
When Kelvin and Liz started this new chapter of their life, they had no idea it would be such an exciting trip. It has been an even greater rollercoaster since our two newborn twins arrived last year. While managing farm life with four young children is undoubtedly difficult, it is also full of joy and priceless memories.
“We hope to share the beauty and unpredictable joy of life on our farm. We are so excited to invite viewers into our lives like never before.” As first-generation farmers, Kelvin and Liz have their job cut out for them. They will be sharing their experience as they fight to make their farm a success while juggling the complexity of family life with the highs and lows of farming, according to series editor Ben Harris from Daisybeck Studios.
It will be an eye-opening and heartwarming look at farming in the present. One of the things that stands out to me the most about this family is how joyfully they are embracing their new existence. The audience will be in for a wonderful treat with this.
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