A Place In The Sun presenter Jasmine Harman admitted that despite being a longstanding host on the property programme, she doesn’t get first choice on filming destinations. The mum-of-two, who first joined the show in 2004, has explained how things actually work behind the scenes.
The 45-year-old opened up about working on the show which has expanded to include various presenters including Jonnie Irwin, Laura Hamilton, Danni Menzies, Ben Hillman, Scarlette Douglas and Sara Damergi.
As a result, production requires larger crews to work in different locations at the same time.
The small-screen star confessed that the Channel 4 hosts sometimes only get a “week’s notice” ahead of their trip abroad.
Speaking in a new interview, Jasmine explained: “These days they have several crews working in different countries at any one time, as it takes a whole week to film just one episode.
READ MORE: Debbie McGee ‘set on fire’ after ‘things went awry’ with Paul Daniels
Meanwhile, away from the programme, the Channel 4 presenter recently addressed her “homeschooling hell”.
It comes as A Place In The Sun has been forced to stop production amid the current travel ban and national lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to Instagram, Jasmine admitted her devastation at not being able to film.
In view of her 65,000 followers, she penned: “Today was meant to be my first day back to filming A Place in the Sun in the Canary Islands.