Prospect of Ross Poldark in the bath has viewers all flustered

There was plenty to appreciate in the latest episode of Poldark – not least Demelza having her baby – but what REALLY had fans excited was next week’s instalment.

Wondering why?

Well, in clips of the upcoming episode it looked like Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) will be taking a bath, and therefore surely flashing that muscled body?

And fans really can not wait.

Viewers will be more than ready for a glimpse of Poldark’s rippling abs as they’ve largely been under wraps of late.

Our hopes were up when the heartthrob rescued Demelza from the sea this week.

But then they were dashed when we only got a peek at a sliver of his torso.

Fingers crossed for next week then.

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