A Place in the Sun always keeps us entertained as it follows house hunters wishing to relocate abroad - and viewers were thrilled to see the delightful Sara Damergi return to the series.
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The star has been helping house-hunters find their dream properties both abroad and in the UK for the last decade. The synopsis for Sara’s first episode back, which airs on Thursday, reads: “Sara will be pulling out all the stops to find Ally and Ray find their very own Italian retreat before travelling to the stunning region of Umbria to help Beverly change her life forever.”
Sara also announced the episode on Instagram, writing: "Who needs a little sunshine in their lives tomorrow ?! Come and join me on @channel4 at 3pm as we explore some gorgeous characterful homes in Northern Tuscany for @aplaceinthesunofficial."
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Sara left the show back in 2014 when she announced that she was pregnant with her first child.The mum-of-two went on to host daytime show Coast Vs Country and presents her own podcast called Lifehackers with her co-star Kerr Drummond. While it isn't clear what brought her back to A Place in the Sun, we're delighted to see her return to the show!
Sara will be returning to the show
The new series will also feature presenter Danni Menzies, who is house hunting around the beautiful seaside town of Denia on Spain’s Costa Blanca with couple Alison and Brian. The pair have an ideal budget of £160,000 to find an apartment or house with plenty of outside space for them to relax and their two dogs to run around. Will they want any of Danni’s five gorgeous options?
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The series will also welcome back to likes of Jasmine Harmen, Jean Johansson, Laura Hamilton, Lee Juggurnauth, Scarlette Douglas and Ben Hilliman, who will be heading to The Canary Islands, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus determined to help their house hunters find their dream properties.
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