Phew! All is right with the world as Poldark bares his chest again

The opening sequence of Poldark had barely begun to roll when viewers started clamouring for star Aidan Turner to take his shirt off.

The star’s toned physique was a bit hit last season, and fans were DESPERATE for more.

There had been rumours that Poldark was planning to keep covered up this series, and it might have been those reports putting viewers on edge.

But within 21 minutes all prayers had been answered – the heartthrob’s shirt was off. Swoon.

AND he was all lathered up hammering away down the mine. Double swoon.

Fans could hardly contain their excitement as he flashed the flesh.

After that it wasn’t a long wait until we got another look at Poldark’s rippling abs.

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