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Elizabeth Hurley Shears Sheep For New Reality Show

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Elizabeth Hurley is more popularly known for her roles as model, beachwear designer, former girlfriend of Hugh Grant, and starring spots in films like Austin Powers, but now she’ll play the part of reality show star in Sky Living HD‘s documentary, “Living with Elizabeth Hurley.”

The notoriously private 45-year-old will allow cameras into her 400-acre organic farm in Gloucestershire, where she lives with her eight-year-old son Damian and husband Arun Nayar. The hour-long show will give viewers a chance to see Hurley shearing sheep, selling her own organic beef, bottle feeding lambs, and spending time with her son, as well as glimpse the more public life that she’s known for; including press events and a night where she lights up the Empire State Building for Breast Cancer awareness.

Hurley bought the farm in 2003, shortly after meeting her husband and Indian textiles heir, Arun. And when asked about the show, Hurley  has been quoted, saying “I’m having a lot of fun shooting the show and my cows, pigs and sheep are all thrilled they’re going to be on TV.”

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