JANE McDonald got embarrassingly close to the locals while filming Holidaying with Jane McDonald: The Caribbean.

Channel 5 aired the last episode of her new TV show on Sunday.

In the episode, Jane dropped the anchor on the final island of her itinerary, Antigua, for brand new experiences.

With 365 beaches, Jane was keen to explore the island and she got invited to steer a fishing boat.

But as she struggled to get onto the smaller vessel, she grabbed skipper Daniel’s inner leg and said: “Woop, almost grabbed something else then!”

She was on her wat to Jolly Harbour where she chartered a private boat with skipper Daniel so she could “see how the other half lived.”

The 59-year-old had to drive the boat herself.

She revealed: “I’m just a bit worried as I don’t know how to stop it.”

Jane’s commentary had viewers in hysterics as she referenced how the island was the same size as “Wakefield” so she “should feel right at home.”

Taking to Twitter, fans expressed their love for Jane during the final chapter of her show.

One said: “Antigua’s the same size as Wakefield?! [laughing emoji] #JaneMcDonald #HolidayingWithJaneMcDonald.”

Another wrote: “I wish I loved life as much as Jane McDonald does.”

A third penned: “Jane McDonald is a national treasure and must be protected at all costs.”

Other highlights from the episode include Jane getting a high five from a stingray, learning how to “grunt” like a tennis player and seeing giant tortoises she referred as “like the Blue Peter tortoise on steroids.”

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