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Helen Skelton, 37, attempted to shield herself from the cold winds and freezing temperatures as she shared a candid clip. It comes as the Countryfile presenter filmed herself stood on the snowy hills of Crompton Moor in north west England while filming the BBC programme.
Helen sported a beige beany hat and was wrapped in a blue waterproof coat as the snow trickled down around her.
In view of her 129,000 Twitter followers, she wrote: “Storm Christoph making himself known. Countryfile on Crompton coming soon @BBCCountryfile.”
The BBC star shared the clip in slow motion which gave a distorted sound of heavy winds in the background.
While she didn’t give away any details on the latest Countryfile episode, Helen revealed it will be airing soon.
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Fans flocked to comment on the post, as one person said: “Wow. To think it always looks such fun to make Countryfile. Hope you have warmed up.”
Another wrote: “That looks a bit on the chilly side.”
“Nothing finer than being in the wilderness when it’s snowing!” a third remarked.
Helen later took to her Instagram and shared a behind the scenes video of the production team filming for the BBC show.
People have been evacuated from a “large number” of homes in South Wales, as Storm Christoph brought widespread flooding across England and Wales.
Severe flood warnings remain in place, and further rain is expected next week.
Meanwhile, the Countryfile presenter recently credited her hybrid jeep for getting her home safely after facing snowy conditions in Leeds last week.
Helen had been filling in for Channel 4 host Steph McGovern on her show Packed Lunch, who had been self-isolating last week.
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The former Blue presenter took to Instagram to address the “carnage” she endured during her journey home after heavy snow disrupted the roads.
Helen posted a wintry snap of some trees she drove past covered, which were covered in snow.
In view of her 228,000 followers, Helen captioned the image: “Be careful out there…
“If you’re having to leave the house stay safe the roads in Leeds are carnage.”
Helen went on to share a snap of her red car parked in her driveway, which she revealed she has had on loan recently.
The presenter wrote: “Credit where it’s due – I have been trying out this hybrid for a month…
“Obvs haven’t been going on any road trips lately but had to go in to work today and would not have made it home today without it.”
Countryfile airs Sundays on BBC One at 8pm.
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