Kate Garraway gets stuck in!

ITV’s Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway has completed 24 jobs in 24 hours, in aid of Global’s Make Some Noise, Smooth Radio’s charity that funds and empowers projects across the UK, helping disadvantaged children, young people and their families.

So when we were asked whether we would like to take part in this campaign, we of course jumped at the chance!

Between cleaning a shark tank at Sea Life London and performing the audience warm-up for Loose Women, Kate stopped by towards the end of her 24 hour job hop, to take our alpacas out to the paddocks and muck out a pig stable.

Considering that Kate was coming to the end of her 24 hour project and must have been exhausted, not only was she an absolute delight to have at the farm, she also did a pretty good job with the tasks!

Hats off to you, Kate! If you ever fancy a change in career, we’ve got an internship ready and waiting for you!

Photo Credit: Matt Crossick

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