Laura Hamilton informed potential A Place In The Sun housebuyers to “think again” in the event that they have been solely signing up for a free journey. The presenter stated shoots for the Channel four present are “long”.
The 38-year-old spoke out in a brand new interview, after first signing as much as host the property programme in 2012.
The mother-of-two opened up concerning the “reality” of filming, saying it takes for much longer than folks anticipate.
She went on to debate the “worst” factor than can occur behind the scenes, giving a suprising reply.
When requested about those who join simply to get away, Laura was fast to close it down.
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“You know what?” she began. “I wish we had a disclaimer at the end of the show that says, ‘If anyone thinks coming on A Place In The Sun is a holiday, then they can think again.’
“The filming days might be fairly lengthy and since we movie exterior we’re battling with so many various parts.”
Laura said that the initial viewing took a long time, despite only moments being shown on screen.
She continued: “That home tour, which on TV lasts for a few minutes… in actuality we’ve been there for two-and-a-half hours and a canine has been barking consistently.”
The star then stated: “The worst factor is a leaf blower. You might be assured as quickly as we begin filming somebody will begin blowing leaves or trimming the grass – and we will’t flip round and inform them to cease simply because we’re filming a TV present!
“People come away from the show really appreciating that it’s not as easy or straightforward as they might think it is and that there’s a real process to it. It’s most definitely not a holiday!”
Meanwhile, throughout her chat with the Metro, Laura addressed if she stays involved with these she assists find a property.
“Oh, absolutely,” she stated. “There was a show on last week in Lanzarote and I got a message from the couple, Bev and Gary [D’Cruz], and they said, ‘We can’t believe the show is on again, it was such an amazing time in our lives,’ and they actually came to the coffee shop we run in our village not long after we filmed.”
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The programmes being proven to viewers are not often in chronological order, and might range in how way back they have been shot.
Laura added: “You’re such a huge part of these people’s lives, even if it is only for a week, and it’s an amazing experience for them.
“I by no means push folks to remain involved but when they wish to, and I can advise them additional exterior of the present, then I’m at all times comfortable to remain in contact.”
Away from her TV committments, Laura additionally owns cafe and deli, Lord Roberts on The Green in Purley.