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'Why am I doing this?' Monty Don addresses wife giving up on show as she 'walks away'

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Gardeners' World presenter Monty Don gave a rare insight into his home life with his wife Sarah Don as he addressed how the couple enjoys spending their downtime together.

When the horticulturist is not tending to his luscious gardens at his Herefordshire residence, the presenter admittedly outs his feet up to enjoy the popular series.The 66-year-old revealed that he is a big fan of the hit show Succession.The drama series centres on the Roy family, the dysfunctional owners of Waystar RoyCo, a global media and entertainment conglomerate, who are fighting for control of the company amid uncertainty about the health of the family's patriarch, Logan Roy (played by Brian Cox).Speaking in a new interview on BBC Radio 5 Live with Nihal Arthanayake, the gardening expert was quizzed about the show, where he admitted his other half is not as keen.The on-screen star was questioned about his favourite character on the show and said that he finds them all "loathsome".Monty explained: "That's really difficult because they are all really loathsome.

I feel sorry for most of them in the end."The BBC star shared that his favourite character in the series is Logan Roy.He commented: "[His character] is a tyrant, a bully, but utterly reprehensible.

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