Remember that old show from years ago in which Alan Titchmarsh would do up someone’s garden even though they hadn’t asked him to?
Garden Force, it was called.
And, back in the day, lots of blokes tuned in just to ogle Charlie Dimmock, the flame-haired fountain enthusiast.
Well now, she has some competition in the gorgeous hourglass shape of Kelly Brook.
Kelly is highly regarded for her glamorous and classic style; a real woman with natural curves.
But now the former Big Breakfast presenter is going more natural than ever by presenting a garden at the very posh Chelsea Flower Show.
The long-legged, green fingered pin-up model has revealed she’s been raking her way around her countryside garden for years!
In the last decade, she’s perfected her perfect oasis of colour, scent and calm, growing her gardening expertise as well as her shrubs.
Now she’s filmed a short insert for the BBC’s coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show which is set to air next Wednesday.
The BBC can expect an unusual number of men to be tuning in to get a peek at Kelly’s dahlias.
The former Strictly star is also going to do a live broadcast for BBC2 from her own garden in Kent.
A source told The Sun: “Gardening is Kelly’s real love right now. She is constantly uploading pictures of her home and garden on Instagram and spends hours a day outside.
“She was chuffed to be asked to be a part of the Chelsea Flower Show.
“It’s the top event in gardening and the Queen often attends. It’s an honour for her.”
The former bubbly TV host, model and occasional actress shunned her showbiz life to live with her new man Mr Jeremy Parisi.
Her love of gardening isn’t all for (Chelsea Flower) show, she has worked her wellies off in secret, making her garden into a perfect plot.
She’s built a gin hut and duck pond. Plus, every year she hosts a mini festival for a special few which she has nicknamed Kell-chella.
At one point the buzz was that she’d decided to keep bees but legend has it they kept flying into her hair so she had to hive them off.
Never mind, you’re still every bit as gorgeous as your garden. Now, how do we buy tickets to Kell-chella?