The television psychic claims he was randomly approached by 'The Duke' following an unintended 'Spirit Walk' during a restless night after a wine and cheese-fondue dinner party.
After they had exchanged pleasantries, Wellington noticed the medium had been flicking through the latest 'Devon Farm Girls' calendar (http://current.com/http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1206279/Farm-girls-turn-calendar-pin-ups-risqu-charity-photo-shoot.html)
Arthur initially expressed reservations at how his original design had evolved but conceded that there were perhaps unforeseen benefits in rolling them out to the lower classes.
He went on to say, "While stable-hands might also have come a long way since the 18th century, I would take that cheeky Daniel Radcliffe over the strumpet with the horse any day of the week."
Acorah refused to be drawn on why he was reading 'Farm Porn' on the toilet, while having a candid chit-chat with one of Britain's finest military tacticians, stating, "What I do when communing with the dead is a private matter and I'll thank you to leave it at that."
The psychic did however promise a sensational, first-hand account from Napoleon Bonaparte entitled, 'Where it all went wrong; the syphilis chronicles.'