Kelly Brook wears wedding dress in surprise Midsomer Murders cameo

Kelly Brook is walking down the aisle, but not in the way many might assume.

The former glamour model revealed her cameo role in ITV's long-running murder mystery series Midsomer Murders.

Kelly, who is dating Jeremy Parisi, donned a wedding dress for the role in practise for the real deal.

The radio host shared two stills from the episode on her Instagram account, revealing her episode will air 'soon'.

Best known as a model and television presenter, Kelly has dipped her toes into the acting world including roles in Pirahna 3D, Smallville, Agatha Christie's Marple, Skins, and US TV series One Big Happy.


Kelly shared the post writing: "Here Comes the Bride!! What a Hoot!!! Making a Cameo in one of my Favourite Shows!!"

Many of her followers were thrilled to hear the news rushing to her comments to congratulate her and tell her how excited they were to see her Midsomer Murders debut.

The 39-year-old has been keeping busy as a radio host on Heart FM's breakfast show and recently shared an epic throwback from one of her first presenting gigs on the original Love Island.


Kelly reminded fans with a whole bunch of throwback pictures.

Looking back on the celebrity version of the show – which Kelly hosted alongside Patrick Kielty in 2005 – the model shared a collage of pictures of herself speaking to the camera, and reminisced on where it all started.

"Baby Brookie back in 2005 as Host of the First Series of Celebrity Love Island on @itv…," she wrote.

"It's so great to see how its evolved over the years and can't wait to watch tonight @itv @loveisland."

In the pictures, a young Kelly looked stunning as she sported an array of summery ensembles and let her brunette locks bounce above her chest in a curly blowdry.

While hosting the original show, Kelly and Patrick saw the likes of Calum Best, Paul Danan and Rebecca Loos join the island to meet their match.

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