A Place In The Sun’s Jasmine shows ‘catastrophic weather’ on set as fans call for change

Jasmine Harman sheds tear at couple's response to house

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Jasmine Harman uploaded behind-the-scenes pictures from a “classic” episode, telling fans she would like to meet up with the house hunters again. While filming “ended happily”, the 45-year-old said the crew had to film in strong winds and flooding.

In her final snap, cars could be seen swept up in the floods and unable to move.

Jasmine went on to share pictures of herself and the crew all smiles for the camera.

In one post, the mother-of-two stunned in a multicoloured striped dress as she stood in front of the sea.

In view of her 82,000 followers, she wrote: “This afternoon on @channel4 is a classic episode with Hugh & Bruce in Southern Alicante with £135k budget!

“Swipe [right] to see the catastrophic weather conditions we had to deal with behind the scenes.

“Luckily it all ended happily, I’d love to catch up with these guys and see how they’re getting on!

“Are there any particular episodes or house hunters you’d like an update on?

“@aplaceinthesunofficial #aplaceinthesun #happyending #storm #flood #dreamscometrue.”

Many of Jasmine’s 82,000 followers flocked to her to post to comment.

Most fans of the show called for follow-up episodes to see how house hunters were getting on in their new homes.

One wrote: “Wow that weather, I’d love to catch up with everyone and see how it’s all working out.

“Have a fantastic day @jasmineharman.”

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A second commented: “Shame about the weather but watching A place in the Sun always puts me in a good mood.”

“You should make a show to see the house buyers for what they bought and where they are now,” a third added.

A fourth wrote: “I’d love it if you could make a programme dedicated to catching up with all the people that successfully bought properties and see what happened next!”

Jasmine marks her 17th year on the show this year after joining in 2004.

In an interview with Express.co.uk, she said she hopes to stay on the show for as long as possible.

She said: “For as long as they want me and the more they continue making shows, I hope I’ll still be involved in it.

“I can work around school holidays and don’t have to leave the children for long amounts of time.”

A Place In The Sun continues today at 4pm on Channel 4.

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