Escape to the Chateau’s Dick Strawbridge responds to fan concerns following latest episode

Are you a fan of Escape to the Chateau? 

Escape to the Chateau star Dick Strawbridge has responded to a fan’s concern following a recent episode of the hit show. In the episode, the family released koi fish into their pond, despite tadpoles living in there.

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Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “@dickstrawbridge you put fish in your pond? Won’t they eat all the tadpoles?” However, Dick was quick to reassure the viewer, writing: “The koi don’t have access to all the pond.” The fan replied: “Ha! Do you know, I guessed that’s what you’d do! It’s a shame my pond is full of wildlife but not big enough for fish too. All the best.” Another person added: “Need to watch the frogs with the fish too.”

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Viewers adore watching Dick and Angel restore their gorgeous chateau on the hit Channel 4 show, and the pair revealed that they have no plans on leaving their beloved home. In an exclusive interview with HELLO! last year, Dick said: "I've got no intention of going anywhere. I’m going to be planted here. I get a headache even thinking about moving.”

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The pair, who wed at their Chateau in France in 2015 shortly after moving in, also opened up about the moment that the renovations got the best of them - which, for Angel, happened to be on their wedding day! After spending several months working day and night renovating and restoring the neglected Château de la Motte-Husson in Martigné-sur-Mayenne, which had been empty for 40 years, Angel said: ”We were engulfed with exhaustion. It was the first time I'd had a bath and I had a little sob.

Dick reassured the fan that all was well!

"We'd been working 18, 20 or 22 hours a day and were flying high on adrenaline and couldn't lose our focus. Most of the house wasn't done. But there was a moment, before people started arriving, when it just didn't matter."

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