Helen Skelton made a triumphant return to TV on Monday with Summer On The Farm and viewers were lining up to offer their support as she talked about "muddling through a storm you don't really want to be in".
Former Blue Peter presenter Skelton, 38, split from her husband of eight years Richie Myler in April when he left her just four months after their third child was born.
But the upbeat TV star returned to work on Monday evening to front her On The Farm series for Channel 5, with Summer On The Farm running every night until Friday.
Her fans were right behind her as she presented an uplifting segment from rainy Cumbria, making reference to her recent heartbreak.
As Skelton took shelter from the rain under a tree in the episode, she said: "There's something really grounding about embracing the elements and doing your day anyway.
"It's a good lesson for life, you know, life throws things at you that you don't want to have to deal with.
"Sometimes you find yourselves in a storm that you don't really want to be in and if you can find a way to muddle through, you'll come out the other side.
"The sun will always come out in the end."
Someone else commented: "Amazing little film Helen, Cumbria is a healer."
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Another fan wrote: "@HelenSkelton No elephants on the farm but you dealt with the one in the room beautifully."
Someone else tweeted: "You got this girl!!"
Skelton presents the series with former Springwatch star Martin Hughes-Games and JB Gill, featuring Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire.
The summer series sees them explore how local produce makes it to our tables and the work that goes into growing it on the farm, as well as looking at seasonal tasks like hay baling.
Summer On The Farm continues every night until Friday at 8pm on Channel 5.
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