Helen Skelton has been working hard all week, appearing on our TV screens live every day on Summer on the Farm alongside co-presenter Martin Hughes-Games, and Thursday was no different.
The mother-of-three has been delighting fans with her presenting skills and bubbly personality, but she's also been impressing with her gorgeous summer looks.
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On Thursday night, the star looked gorgeous as she donned a denim playsuit that perfectly showed off her incredibly toned legs. The playsuit, from Nobody's Child, is currently discounted to £30 from £59 and available in all sizes, from 6 to 18.
Helen Skelton has been stunning with incredible summer outfits all week long
To complete the look, Helen wore her hair half-up in loose waves and accessorised with gold hoop earrings and soft red lipstick.
Denim playsuit, was £59, now £30, Nobody's Child
"Penultimate @onthefarmc5 tonight 8pm xxx #farming #yorkshire #rurallife #freshair," Helen simply captioned the photo.
Friends and fans quickly reacted, with presenter Laura Hamilton writing: "Beautiful Helen xxx."
Another wrote: "So lovely Helen, what a stunning picture. Will be watching, really looking forward to it! It's always such a good show!"
A third added: "The queen of live TV," whilst a fourth said of the week-long show: "Should be a longer series."
On Wednesday's show, Helen was joined by a very special family member, her baby daughter Elsie.
Friday will be the star's last live show
The adorable young tot delighted viewers when she appeared on her mother's lap in a bright pink cardigan with matching pink leggings and socks. Helen looked every inch the doting mum as she cuddled her youngest.
She captioned the post: "Ernie saw Adam Peaty win a world title. Louis saw Tom Daley win a world title. Elsie saw Dave beat Rob at a caber tossing comp."
The segment saw Cannon Hall Farm's resident farmer brothers – Dave and Rob Nicholson – compete in a traditional Scottish athletic event in which competitors hurl a tapered pole called a 'caber'. Not for the fainthearted, the cabers are typically carved from a larch tree measuring 16-20 feet tall and weighing between 90-150 pounds.
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