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Monty Don, 66, has shared a candid update with his followers on Instagram about how he’s been adapting to Covid restrictions. The beloved gardener has been left working in his home once again as he posted an image of the basic set-up for his new show.
The Gardeners’ World host is busy working on his latest series called Adriatic Gardens.
He posted a picture to his 956,000 followers earlier today detailing how he’s recording the new show.
This shows his soundproofed room covered in soft furnishings, including his monitor, microphone and laptop surrounded by quilts.
Alongside this, he penned: “Omicron means that Recording voice over for my new series‘ Adriatic Gardens’ is taking place over next few days at home, linked to a sound studio. (sic)
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“Needs must when covid drives.”
Work from home guidance came back into force today following the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid.
As part of the government’s new Plan B, it has been advised people should work from home if they can.
Monty’s followers were quick to react to his latest update on Instagram.
User Heathyrwolfe penned: “Brilliant, and safe.”
Clairabelle296 added: “This looks state of the art Monty.
“But as you say needs must and I know it will be a fabulous series that will be a wonderful escape into beautiful spaces for us viewers when it’s aired.”
Zahid3372 commented: “Staying safe is best policy.”
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A fourth fan named Elisakozlowsky_ replied: “Yes. Everything about Covid is quite disturbing. Stay safe.”
Monty’s new series Adriatic Gardens will be released in January 2022.
It sees him travelling to the Adriatic coast to the gardens of Venice, Croatia and Greece.
The official synopsis reads: “Monty travels to Europe and explores the influence of the Venetians, from their home city at the top of the Adriatic coast and on through Croatia and Greece.
“Visiting a range of public and private gardens, Monty learns about the impact that history, climate change and culture have had on the people who live there.”
The BBC has teased how each of the three episodes will focus on a different location.
Episode one is about Venice and will air on BBC Two on January 7, 2022.
The broadcaster will visit the Grand Canal, St Mark’s Square and even a disused rubbish dump transformed into a garden.
Monty shared on Twitter earlier this year how he’d filmed the series in June.
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