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alert-–-noel-edmonds,-75,-is-spotted-wearing-odd-shoes-on-a-trip-to-isle-of-man-as-eagle-eyed-fans-go-wild-for-his-peculiar-fashion-choiceAlert – Noel Edmonds, 75, is spotted wearing ODD shoes on a trip to Isle of Man as eagle-eyed fans go WILD for his peculiar fashion choice

Noel Edmonds was spotted wearing completely odd shoes during a trip to the Isle of Man, in a picture shard on social media on Tuesday.

The Deal Or No Deal star, 75, seemed completely unfazed by his choice of footwear as he proudly showed off his two different types of shoes. 

Noel choose to wear light brown lace-up boots on his right foot and slip-on dark brown boots on his left foot.

Eagle-eyed fans couldn’t help but notice his peculiar fashion choice as he posed for a photo with the owners of Laxey Beach Stop Cafe.

Stunned fans flooded the shop’s Facebook with hilarious comments, writing: ‘Looks like he dressed in the dark’.

Noel Edmonds, 75, was spotted wearing completely odd shoes during a trip to the Isle of Man, in a picture shard on social media on Tuesday

Noel Edmonds, 75, was spotted wearing completely odd shoes during a trip to the Isle of Man, in a picture shard on social media on Tuesday

The Deal Or No Deal star seemed completely unfazed by his choice of footwear as he proudly showed off his two different types of shoes

The Deal Or No Deal star seemed completely unfazed by his choice of footwear as he proudly showed off his two different types of shoes

Others added: ‘Why is he wearing odd shoes!!!’, ‘The shoes on the other foot now’.

Last month, it was revealed Noel embarked on a new career and now owns a vineyard, shop, restaurant and pub after emigrating to a small village in New Zealand.

He has subsequently announced the ‘first ever vintage’ from his winery in South Island, where he lives with his wife, Liz. 

As well as the winery, the TV star also has a shop, restaurant, pub, and café on a £15m estate – and in 2023, sparked a furious row with residents who accused him of ‘colonising’ their idyllic village.

The Deal Or No Deal star has added winemaking to his repertoire at River Haven – his Ngatimoti village, New Zealand estate.

He and Liz emigrated permanently to New Zealand in 2019 – and now their vineyard’s first wine is ready for consumption.

Noel took to New Haven’s Instagram account to give the community and visitors the exciting update. 

He wrote: ‘HUGE NEWS – from this Friday, River Haven will be serving the first ever vintage of our very own Pinot Gris. 

‘This wine is a labour of love from our hardworking team, we’re beyond stoked to finally have it ready for you!

Eagle-eyed fans couldn't help but notice his peculiar fashion choice as he posed for a photo with the owners of Laxey Beach Stop Cafe

Eagle-eyed fans couldn’t help but notice his peculiar fashion choice as he posed for a photo with the owners of Laxey Beach Stop Cafe

Noel and Liz settled in the Ngatimoti area in New Zealand several years ago, snapping up 12 properties worth almost £15m on 270 hectares of land

Noel and Liz settled in the Ngatimoti area in New Zealand several years ago, snapping up 12 properties worth almost £15m on 270 hectares of land

In 2023, Noel sparked a furious row with residents who accused him of 'colonising' their idyllic village (pictured: his shop)

In 2023, Noel sparked a furious row with residents who accused him of ‘colonising’ their idyllic village (pictured: his shop)

One said: 'I feel like he's a coloniser. He's come in like he's the lord of the manor' (pictured: Noel with a 'His Lordship' mug)

One said: ‘I feel like he’s a coloniser. He’s come in like he’s the lord of the manor’ (pictured: Noel with a ‘His Lordship’ mug)

‘A special thanks to our incredible volunteers who helped make this wine a reality.

‘From tomorrow we’ll be reaching out to all of you to share in our wine (please bear with us, there’s a lot of you!). Thank you all so much for your patience so far.

He finished: ‘Again, available from THIS FRIDAY onwards by the glass, bottle or to take home and share…’

Noel and Liz also held a special wine and cheese night at his River Haven clubhouse to celebrate the wine, with dozens of locals joining in.

Noel settled in the Ngatimoti area several years ago, snapping up 12 properties worth almost £15m on 270 hectares of land.

The town is already well-known in New Zealand for its annual festival, which generally takes place in October and is attended by thousands of people.

In 2023, he sparked a furious row with residents who accused him of ‘colonising’ their idyllic village.

One said: ‘I feel like he’s a coloniser. He’s come in like he’s the lord of the manor.’

Regardless, his efforts have been fruitful, which is a far cry from his last major business venture - a motivational phone service for pets

Regardless, his efforts have been fruitful, which is a far cry from his last major business venture – a motivational phone service for pets

The television star has not helped matters by posing for photos on the estate holding a mug with the slogan ‘His Lordship’.

The resident added: “He’s got this attitude… about how he’s improved the place and made it amazing – it was already amazing.”

Regardless, his efforts have been fruitful, which is a far cry from his last major business venture.

In 2016, following the axing of Deal Or No Deal, Noel shocked the country when he launched a motivational phone service for pets.

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