Viewer Valerie took to twitter to write: "I’m worried she might lose or damage those beautiful rings. Am I the only person who takes off my engagement ring when cooking or gardening? #loveyourgarden"
And Kate, whose husband Derek Draper is still battling the devastating effects of his Covid battle, responded directly, explaining she fears it would be bad luck to remove the ring.
The mum of two replied: "I know what you mean – but have never taken it off & now fear it’ll be a jinx if I do – silly really! Glad you are enjoying the programme xxx"
And the fan swiftly responded, admitting they understood her fear.
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Valerie said: "Had to remove my rings for hospital stays over the years (swollen fingers!) so used to it but completely understand fear of a jinx! Enjoy your rings & your lovely healing garden."
Last night's programme followed Kate as she worked on her garden, a hobby she has developed while caring for her husband.
Derek caught Covid very early on the in pandemic and spent 374 days in hospital.
Kate said on instagram: "It started out as a kind of therapy – gardening & nature helped distract me when life felt on the edge and then, thanks to the team @loveyourgarden, I took it a step further & turned our garden into a beautiful factory for physical healing too.
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"They even helped me carry Derek outside so he could see the fruits of our labour too – a very emotional moment."
Yesterday Kate also shared a sweet unseen snap on her social mediaof Derekin the garden with son Billy.
In a touching photo in her garden, Kate shared a candid moment where she and Dere, who was in his wheelchair, spent time relaxing in the garden with their son Billy.
Billylooked sweet in a cap as he held hands with his dad.
In the episode, Kate visited Kew gardens where she learnt about the medicinal benefits of plants, inspired in her own garden to create a border of plants filled with antioxidant benefits, a separate tea garden and an aromatherapy garden.