Kelly Brook films 'This Morning' on Scilly

July 26, 2018

Kelly Brook is the latest celebrity to fall in love with the Isles of Scilly. 

 

 

The model and TV presenter posted several photos on her Instagram page while on the islands filming her gardening segment for ITV show This Morning.

 

Kelly, who was accompanied by her boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, flew to Scilly with Island Helicopters before heading to Tresco Abbey Garden to chat to curator Mike Nelhams. 

 

 

She wrote on one photo of Tresco: "England at it’s absolute Best! White Sandy Beaches better than the Caribbean , Crystal Clear Waters, Sustainable Living, Honesty Boxes, Zero Crime, heavenly Weather and friendly People. Exotic Gardens and Sub Tropical Climates all year. Sailing. Buckets and Spades! Fresh Fish, Crab Sandwiches. Lobster salads and Pasta. I have fallen soooo in Love with @trescoisland."

 

Kelly also filmed with Scilly Flowers at Churchtown Farm on St Martin's. Owner Zoe Julian wrote on Facebook: "She was blown away by the natural beauty of Scilly and seemed to really love learning about our flowers and how we grow them. Kelly is very proud of her own garden in Kent and with just reason, she showed me some spectacular pictures of all the beautiful things she has been growing.

 

"The weather couldn't have been better for filming and I am sure when the show goes out, in a few weeks time, St Martin's, our flowers and Kelly will all look gorgeous."

 

 

Kelly and Jeremy, a French model, later managed a bit of beach time before flying home from St Mary's Airport.

 

 

Darren Gough stayed on St Martin's in June, while other recent celebrity visitors include Kate Winslet, Jennifer Saunders and Isles of Scilly Steamship Group patron Ray Mears

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