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Death in Paradise star Ralf Little is called out for 'lying' in new post

The actor shared a grim clip of his lunch 

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Death in Paradise star Ralf Little shared a video clip of ants invading his lunch after ten minutes - but his co-star joked that he might be bending the truth of just how long he left his baguette alone for!

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Sharing a clip of ants crawling all over his half-eaten lunch, Ralf wrote: “Left my breakfast for ten minutes to go to make up... this is what I came back to.” Sara Martins, who plays Camille Bordey on the hit show, commented on the post, joking: “Don’t lie…you spend 55mn to do your make up!!! So that’s what happens!!!” 

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WATCH: Ralf's lunch gets covered in bugs!

Whilst Sara is not confirmed for season 11 which has began filming in early June, she did make a special appearance in the tenth-anniversary series. Chatting about her time on the show, she previously told What’s On TV: “I’ve loved everything about the show. But the only way to grow in life is to take risks, even if it means losing something you love, or leaving a place that’s comfortable.“You should always go forward and take new challenges. The unknown is so seducing, although it’s scary!” 

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Sara joked about the post

Josephine Jobert has also chatted about Sara being in the series, telling HELLO!: “When Sara [Martins] came back, we were joking that we should have a special episode together, where we investigate together, that would be great. But for the whole show, I don't know. Just create another show where the detective is a woman.” 

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She added: “You know, I'm going to compare it to James Bond (and I think Ralf [Little] would be very happy about that!), but you hear of James Bond being a girl and you think, 'No, James Bond is James Bond.' And I think it's the same with Death in Paradise, that's the way the show is.” 

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