Where does Kate Humble live? Audiences can explore the TV presenter’s farm in a new Channel 5 series, Escape to the Farm with Kate Humble.

Upon the arrival of revised lockdown announcements, it’s safe to say that we’re all in need of a little escape lately.

Fortunately, TV continues to provide us with a means of exploring new places from the comfort of our own homes.

This year, audiences have been invited into the bizarre world of Joe Exotic’s zoo – courtesy of Netflix’s Tiger King – and a wealth of other wild locations.

Now, fans of Kate Humble have been welcomed in to gander at the sights of her farm, Humble by Nature.

The 51-year-old presenter has established herself as a name to note over the years, working closely with the BBC on a range of projects as a presenter and narrator.

This time, she’s over on Channel 5 for a four-part series in which she guides audiences around her farm, introducing them to four-legged friends and more.

But, where does she live?

still from Escape to the Farm with Kate Humble, Humble by Nature, Channel 5, YouTube

Where does Kate Humble live?

  • Kate Humble lives in the village of Trellech in the Wye Valley.

Trellech is a village and parish in Monmouthshire, south-east Wales.

It’s also worth noting that she lives with her husband, Ludo Graham. The pair married back in 1992.

On the other hand, the address for the Humble by Nature farm which you see on the Channel 5 documentary is Upper Meend Farm, Monmouth NP25 4RP.

Kate Humble farm: Humble by Nature

If you head over to the website, you can arrange your visit to the exciting farm!

The activities you can sign up for include rural skills courses, smallholding and animal husbandry courses, food and cookery courses and crafts and skills courses.

You can also book to stay and the accommodations available on the farm include The Piggery, The Hayloft and The Humble Hideaway.

According to the Kate Humble website, she and Ludo relocated to Monmouthshire in 2007 and Humble by Nature was born in 2011.

Ahead of establishing it, the pair started with chickens, but it wasn’t long until they got a dog and eventually agreed to take on two pigs.

This was followed by ducks, pigs, geese and a beehive, leading to them making plans for the farm.

The 117-acre property we now know as Humble by Nature was actually due to be sold in 2010 after the previous tenants’ retirement.

However, Kate and Ludo negotiated with the council and took the business opportunity by the horns.

As for who lives there, the previous source acknowledges that Tim and Sarah are resident farmers.

Follow her on Instagram

If you’d like to keep up to date with Kate as the documentary series continues to air on Channel 5, then it’s worth following her on Instagram.

You can find her over at @kmhumble; she currently has an impressive 32.7k followers.

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Chris Weston
Chris Weston

Chris has a First Class Film and Journalism (Joint Honours) degree from De Montfort University and previously studied film at A-level, making him HITC’s resident movie guy. Chris's passion for all things cinema has been with him from a very young age and he has written for a number of publications, from Taste of Cinema to local sites. He has been with HITC for a five years, exploring the world of film and television while looking out for the latest titles to excite and inspire audiences.

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