Guess what celebrity was spotted at West Palm’s GreenMarket?


After Martha Stewart finished instructing fans on Super Bowl preparations, she kicked off a visit to West Palm Beach on Saturday.

In her line of work, you just can’t get enough fresh produce, so no surprise that the Martha sightings took place at the GreenMarket on West Palm’s waterfront.

Stewart, 74, who was enjoying the cool, sunny Saturday with her sunglasses and brown scarf, has gained success through numerous business ventures and television and has written numerous best-selling books.

We’ll see if the city gets a mention in her blog, “Martha up close & personal.”

Apparently she also can’t get enough home projects. She also drove south, past The Palm Beach Post, to Hall’s Hardware at 2750 S. Dixie Hwy., which was only too happy to post a photo on Facebook.

“Martha Stewart chooses Hall Hardware when visiting Palm Beach,” the caption said. “We were happy to assist Martha with her needs and excited to talk about different products within hardware retailing. Thanks Martha for stopping by!”


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