Monty Don moved his fans to tears recently after he revealed where he has buried his beloved pet dog, Nigel.
The Gardeners' World star's dog sadly passed away earlier this year, but many fans took comfort knowing that his burial plot has taken pride of place in Monty's beautiful garden, which is regularly seen on the popular BBC Two gardening show.
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Earlier this week, Monty shared the plans of his two-acre estate on Instagram, which outlined important components to his garden, like his herb garden, writing garden and much more.
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In the centre of the drawing, which he numbered 15, he revealed was the site of Nigel's grave – and many fans were touched by its thoughtful placement.
"Ah bless you beautiful Nigel, right in the middle," commented one. "I love the fact that Nigel is in the centre of things - as always," said another.
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Monty revealed Nigel's grave in the centre of his garden
A third wrote: "As wonderful as it is seeing this, Nigel's grave got me like (crying emojis)." A fourth added: "This is wonderful. My heart panged when I read number 15 though."
The presenter, who considers his dogs a huge part of his family, also has a Yorkshire terrier named Patti and retriever Nellie. Monty no doubt treasures his two dogs even more after the sad loss of his retriever, Nigel, in May this year.
Monty's beloved dog Nigel
Last month, the TV star posted a picture of his late dog along with Nellie, with Monty writing in the caption: "Found this from last year. They made a good pair. Miss the old chap."
Monty and his wife of 37 years Sarah live in a beautiful home in Herefordshire, where Monty unsurprisingly keeps the outdoor space looking in tip-top condition.
Monty also has dogs Nellie and Patti
Monty and Sarah have three grown-up children, Tom, Adam and Freya. The parents are even proud grandparents and have one grandson named George.
The presenter and gardener has been hosting Gardeners' World since 2003 and his stint on the show has made him a national TV treasure. He's also known for his writing work having published over 25 books and having a regular gardening column.
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