Alan Titchmarsh, host of Spring Summer, has expressed concerns about being “canceled” after joining Instagram at the age of 71.
Garden King Alan joined the social network last month.
And while he is running his posts past his daughters to make sure he doesn’t “embarrass them,” he worries a little about waking up one morning to find that he has been “canceled.”
What did Alan say about joining Instagram?
Alan announced that he had been persuaded to join the social network at the age of 71.
And he announced that he is making sure he consults daughters Polly and Camilla, who are in their forties, before coming to the post.
Alan told The mirror: “I don’t do it to reassure myself about my popularity – I just like to share the things I enjoy. People can either look at them or not and that will be enough.
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“It’s very benign, it’s very gentle, there won’t be anything controversial. I will not give opinions about people on the news or what they are doing. “
People can either look at them or not and that will be enough.
Despite the content, which in his own words was “benign”, Alan joked about the culture of abandonment.
He joked about his “concern” that he would wake up one morning and find that “I was canceled”.
What does Alan Titchmarsh share on Instagram?
Alan said he would stick to the green stuff and write about gardening.
He hopes people will enjoy it – and that he won’t run into trolls.
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As such, he said he was saying away from Facebook and Twitter.
“I don’t know if you can be poisonous to a picture of a daffodil. It probably says more about you than me, ”he said.
However, Alan expressed his sympathy for those who were attacked by trolls and admitted that he “feels sorry for them”.
So what is Alan Titchmarsh all about: spring into summer?
Alan’s new show kicks off on ITV tonight.
In the rolling Hampshire countryside, he is accompanied by a different celebrity guest each week.
The nine-part series focuses on the joy of getting out into the fresh air indoors after a long winter.
And Alan will give tips on everything from farming and gardening to food.
Alan Titchmarsh: Spring into summer starts at 8 p.m. on ITV tonight.
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