Ben Shephard horrified as Andi Peters invades his huge garden and then drinks his gin in surprise GMB segment

BEN Shephard was left horrified as Andi Peters invades his huge garden and then drank his gin in a surprise Good Morning Britain segment.

The presenter was out and about in Richmond as he hosted his competition segment on the ITV morning show.

However, Ben was left shocked when Andi Peters turned up at his family home – showing off his amazing garden.

Andi said: "I've been wondering around South West London Ben, as you and I know as we live in that part of town.

"There's some lovely gardens Ben around this area. Charlotte it's a beautiful area, the gardens are all kept so beautifully."

The Good Morning Britain host looked a bit sheepish, saying: "Andi I can't believe – have you woken the misses up? She'll be furious."

However, Andi confirmed his entire family was "in on this".

Ben then asked: "While you're there, can you mow the lawn for me."

Then later on, Andi was seen drinking a cup of tea out of Ben's favourite mug – before tucking into his beloved gin.

Ben, 45, and wife Annie Perks got married in 2004, and together they have two children, sons Jack, 15, and Sam, 13.

The doting dad often posts heartwarming snaps with his kids, revealing their incredible home and outdoor space.

Ben's den has an open plan feel with plenty of cosy features contrasted against blue and white walls, brocade wall paper and patterned cushions.

His living room boasts a tiled floor, a fire place with exposed brick, bright upholstered furniture and an oak topped dining table.

One impressive feature is the family's fire pit that sits on his patio and is constructed from a huge bronze dome.

It makes for the perfect excuse to have a barbecue on warmer days and Ben can be seen cooking sausages with his boys in one sweet snap.

Photos on his Instagram page also highlight their luscious garden where they can relax, with its array of trees, bushes and flower beds.

The TV presenter and game show host keeps their outdoors in tip-top shape.

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