Escape to the Chateau: Angel says she 'likes things with age'
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Dick Strawbridge and Angel Strawbridge have been on our screens lots this past year with their beloved show Escape to the Chateau. In a farewell message to their followers in 2021, the couple opened up on the “rollercoaster” time they’ve had.
In a joint message from the Strawbridge family, they posted on the official Escape to the Chateau Instagram account.
The home renovation experts shared a snap of their handmade family ornaments on their Christmas tree.
Alongside this, they penned a thank you note to their 366,000 followers.
The Strawbridges wrote: “We’re sure for most of us this year threw many unexpected twists and turns.
“We certainly feel proud to have ridden the rollercoaster with you, and we hope, as we come to a time when life slows down, many of us will reflect on 2021 with a smile.
“This is the season to be with family and friends, for giving, loving and writing your 2022 to-do list!”
They finished their farewell to 2021 on a heartfelt note.
“We thank you all for allowing us into your living rooms this year,” they continued.
“And we wish you a very healthy and a Happy New Year!”
Following the post, many of their fans weighed in with their own well wishes.
Jmcvelia wrote: “Happy New Year to you all at the Chateau…”
Andylarts added: “Loved the decorations (and the show obvs). Happy New Year.”
Rosaup replied: “Love you guys..Love all the shows on Peacock…Can’t wait to see what you guys do next.”
Vanannver added: “Thank you for the wonderful escape into your world when I need it most.
“A little tea and a bit of chateau end my day with smiles, new creative ideas and love of my family.
“Carry on, I can’t wait to see what else you all are up too.” (sic)
Dick and Angel recently returned to screens for a festive special of the beloved programme.
This saw the couple, along with their kids Arthur and Dorothy, heading to Colmar in France.
Although, in a recent chat, the pair did admit it was “really tough” to edit the episode.
They shared: “Every year, excluding the first year, we have had a pre-Christmas-day celebration.
“But it is most certainly still a Christmas celebration. Firstly it always takes place mid-December.. which is really tough on the edit.
“One year they had three days to edit the programme after the celebration. It was nearly live!”
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