Christmas on the Farm: Channel 5 teases their festive special

Christmas on the Farm’s Helen Skelton was left distracted during the show on Tuesday evening after an alpaca took a special liking to her and the crew. The team were looking at all things festive including unique wrapping ideas, festive food and the animals which make it special.

Jules Hudson and Helen were also joined by Yorkshire Vet star David Melleney who visited the reindeer in the Cairngorms. Emmerdale star Lisa Riley also made a guest appearance and dressed up as Santa to get the viewers guessing who it could be.

Whilst explaining what was to come on the show, Helen was left distracted after an alpaca took a liking to her.

Helen told Jules: “It is really hard to enjoy when you are being hustled by an Alpaca! Calm down, Stanley!”

As Stanley walked away, he seemed to need the attention from the crew and left Jules to note: “The animals are tucked up in here and joining us tonight.

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“More obedient than Stanley the alpaca who is being very cheeky, trying to eat scripts and trying to eat the crew, looking for a Christmas present or maybe looking for a girlfriend.”

As Stanley made his way back around the farm, Helen and Juled were joined by Emmerdale star Lisa Riley who disguised herself as Santa.

Giving a clue as to who they could be, the Secret Santa teased: “Urm my favourite song is Dingle All the Way!”

Jules couldn’t contain his excitement and revealed: “Oh come on remove the beard, it is Lisa Riley from Emmerdale!”

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Helen added: “Thank you for being such a good sport and you love Christmas don’t you!” to which Lisa replied: “I do.

“Everything about it and learning everything today and being in this setting I love it! What’s not happening in Emmerdale! There is drama, tears, happiness and lots of food for everyone!”

The official On the Farm Instagram account was excited about the show’s return and took to their Instagram and said: “Don’t forget – we’re back tomorrow night at 9pm on C5 for 90 minutes of Christmas fun.

“Expect lots of reindeer, Tim’s take on an alternative Christmas pudding, an update from Young Farmer Joe and even the arrival of a new baby on the farm…

“Plus much much more! You don’t wanna miss it #ChristmasOnTheFarm.” (sic)

Christmas on the Farm is available to watch on My5.

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