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Elsewhere, the TV star recently took part in a reality series where he immersed himself in Welsh culture.

The Mwy na Daffs a Taffs series, which has been available to stream since March 2, includes The Apprentice contestant Ryan-Mark, The Only Way is Essex star Gemma Collins and last year’s runner-up from Love Island from ITV, Luca Bish.

Speaking on the show, Ryan-Mark said: “I literally had no idea what I was going to do, but when I got to Wales they said you were going to a farm.”

He added it was complete “culture shock” as a “born and bred Londoner” as the on-screen star got to work herding sheep on a Welsh farm.

The More than Daffs and Taffs (Mwy na Daffs a Taffs) box set is available on S4C Clic, BBCiPlayer and YouTube.

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