This Morning gardener Daisy Payne cheekily admits which celeb shed like to slide into her DMs

If you've tuned in to This Morning then you may have seen green fingered Daisy Payne working her magic.

The gardening guru, 24, is very talented and often pops up on This Morning to share her many outdoors tips and tricks.

Since finding fame on the show, Daisy spoke to OK! about whether she's had anyone sliding into her Instagram DMs, and she shared which male celeb she'd be welcome to talking to.

Daisy told us: "If Ryan Reynolds maybe needs any garden design for his new football venture up in Wrexham for example, I mean I’m just putting it out there – he can slide into my DMs any time. They’re open!"

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Aside from this, Daisy shared that she "sadly" hasn't had anyone else in her DMs just yet.

Daisy can be found sharing an insight into her life over on Instagram, where she has 14.5k followers.

The blonde beauty took on her allotment in early 2020 after being on the waiting list for close to two years.

Opening up on the time she secured her allotment, Daisy shared: "It felt like forever! I took it on just before the first lockdown and shortly after sadly my grandpa died from COVID.

"I honestly have no idea how I’d have got through the grief without my allotment. Having the allotment and connecting with nature helped me manage my mental health through that really difficult period of time."

The fashionable gardener says her family have been "so supportive" of her career so far, and they "can't quite believe" she's on TV.


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Daisy's journey on hit magazine show This Morning began in 2021 after she received a call from ITV asking if she'd want to give TV a go.

"I obviously said yes… and here we are! I love everything about working on the show!" Daisy told us.

She continued: "Since I first started out on Instagram, my focus has been about showing the basics of gardening in the hope I can inspire people to give it a go.

"Being on the show is just fabulous! I have cried and snorted with laughter so many times on live TV this year and when Holly mentioned that she’d been looking for her sweetcorn growing underground… well, what a moment that was! Iconic."

Daisy got into gardening after buying her first house and she transformed a mud patch, which she coins her "little patch of paradise."

Discussing who inspires her, Daisy listed Monty Don as her "absolute hero," as well as Terry Walton.

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However it is her Instagram followers she dotes on most, admitting: "My followers really inspire me because they are so enthusiastic and show me how they’re getting on."

As well as having a fondness for nature, Daisy is also into outfits and she has an amazing fashion sense. Perhaps unsurprisingly, she enjoys wearing floral dresses.

The star details her style inspirations as being "really broad," and says she admits she "doesn't always look like she does on TV."

"I love nothing more than being make-up free, whacking my hair up in a bun and getting mucky outside. It’s like a kind of therapy for me. It helps me manage my mental health because I can be mindful and focused, giving me time away from my phone, social media and other distractions," the beauty continued.

Future projects for Daisy include working on her first book and exploring some more TV plans she has in the timeline, as well as hoping to start her own sustainable fashion and beauty range too.

"Watch this space," Daisy told us, and we will certainly be doing just that!

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