Matt Baker’s wife Nicola shared an adorable reaction to husband’s big ‘announcement’

Matt Baker left fans excited a few weeks ago when he announced he would soon be publishing his first book. However, it was his wife Nicola Baker’s reaction that really stood out as she posted a sweet message on Instagram.

Matt shared the news of his new book with his 275,000 followers on Instagram at the beginning of July.

He’ll be releasing the memoir called A Year On Our Farm at the end of September.

Following his announcement, the star was inundated with well-wishes from his famous pals and his fans.

Those reacting to the news included his wife Nicola, who only joined Instagram earlier this year.

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Posting a few weeks ago on his Instagram, Matt wrote: “Big News, my first ever book is finished!

“It’s all about how the countryside has made me who I am, with stories from my life and career so far and I’ve included loads of sketches throughout.

“It’s called A Year On Our Farm – How the countryside made me and it’s out on the 30th of September!”

In the accompanying video, he was leaning against a car on his farm as he explained more.

He said: “One of the things I love to do is draw, so through the book I’ve included loads of sketches of things that I’ve seen.”

Matt then showed some pictures of his farm, which he’d drawn for the publication.

Elsewhere, the former Blue Peter presenter will be returning to Countryfile this weekend.

The team will be heading to Herefordshire in the new episode tonight.

The synopsis reads: “As more and more of us yearn for a life in the country, Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith roll up their sleeves on a community farm in Herefordshire.”

Countryfile airs on BBC One tonight at 6.30pm.


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