‘Cheeky b****r!’ says the narrator. Dick Strawbridge of Escape to the Chateau answers to a remark about his appearance.
Dick Strawbridge, star of ESCAPE TO THE CHATEAU, was taken aback when a spectator mistook his notorious facial hair for something weird.
Dick Strawbridge, 61, retaliated playfully against an Escape to the Chateau fan who mocked his notorious facial hair. The ex-Army Colonel is known for his bushy beard and handle-bar moustache, but one observer had to take a second look after mistaking the fuzz for a yeti mask.
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Dick Strawbridge is a character in the novel Dick Strawbridge
It comes after a photo of Dick working in his office was released on the popular Channel 4 show’s official Twitter page.
“Throwback to Dick in his office discussing with our amazing Make Do and Mend contributors all about their upcoming projects!” they captioned the photo.
“The next installment will air tonight at 9 p.m. on Channel 4… So far, what has been your favorite project? #makedoandmend #dickstrawbridge #escapetothechateau.”
Dick replied to the tweet on his personal Facebook page, writing, “Hope you can join us tonight Ch4 at 21.00 hours.”
“Escape to the Chateau,” says the narrator. Enjoy making do and mend! It’s a relaxing way to spend the evening.”
One fan stated in a comment under the picture that they had mistook his facial hair for something completely different, which astonished the presenter.
“For a second there, I thought you were wearing a yeti mask!” exclaimed the spectator.
Dick responded with a cheeky b****r, “Cheeky b****r!! I hope you’re in good shape!”
The admirer then advised him and his family to “stay healthy” in a final message.
In another episode, Dick had to comfort a viewer after causing fear on the broadcast.
As his children were seen releasing their “first occupants” into the lake, he told followers he had decided to build a wildlife pond.
One viewer took to social media to inquire about the television personality’s decision.
“@dickstrawbridge you placed fish in your pond?” they wrote. Aren’t they going to consume all the tadpoles?”
“The koi don’t have access to the entire pond,” he said, assuring everyone that everything was alright.
Other viewers flocked to the article to express their concern for the tadpoles.
“I’m relieved about that,” a second said, “because I was thinking the same thing.”
Another person inquired if the Koi could be eaten by the Heron, but Dick has yet to react.
“Ha!” said a fourth. That’s exactly what I expected you to do!
“It’s too bad my pond is full.” Brinkwire Summary News.