A PLACE in the Sun fans are thrilled to see Jasmine Harman, who’s presented the show since 2004, enjoying a family day out.
Jasmine, 46, and her husband Jon Boast have two children, daughter Joy and son Albion.
A Place in the Sun viewers were delighted to see the family of four enjoying a fun day out in London.
The presenter shared several “stunning” family photos in an Instagram reel. “Special day out with this lovely bunch,” she wrote alongside it.
Jasmine’s fans were especially thrilled to see pictures of her kids, who she rarely shares snaps of on social media.
Joy and Albion were both smiling during their sunshine-filled day out. The pictures showed off their family’s Thames river cruise and trip to the theatre to see The Lion King.
“Awwww love it … Looks like you all had an amazing day making memories!” one fan gushed over the photos.
Another commented: “Great pictures and lovely memories Jasmine. Wonderful show included.”
“Love your family pics Jasmine. Keep living it up,” a third fan wrote.
A fourth praised the presenter for sharing such “beautiful photos,” while another commented that the family “look so happy!”
Despite rarely showing off pictures of her kids on social media, Jasmine has been open about her struggle to conceive them.
She previously opened up about her difficult journey to get pregnant on the Made by Mamas podcast.
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“I had a few issues, with an ovarian cyst, they call it tumour, but it was completely benign. They wanted to check that before I could go for IVF,” she revealed.
Jasmine was only in her early thirties at the time, but admits panicking over having enough time to have children.
“At that point, I was like ‘why did I leave it so late, why was I not fussed about having kids’.
“I was two weeks off my 38 birthday when Joy was born. So it was from the time I decided I wanted to do it, to the time I got pregnant was six years.”
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The presenter added: “At the time it felt there was a bit of stigma and I didn’t want to talk about it publicly … it really meant a lot when I was trying to get pregnant to do so naturally and I had acupuncture, health supplements and did all these different techniques because I really wanted to get pregnant naturally.”
Eventually, Jasmine went ahead with IVF, but luckily it went well and she only had to do one cycle. “I had no side effects at all, I got pregnant at the first cycle and had three embryos frozen, the next time we tried it didn’t work out and the third time we tried with a frozen embryo – that was Albion – I always tell him that he was frozen.
“So it wasn’t completely plain sailing, but we are very grateful to only have to have one cycle and have two lovely children,” she concluded.
A Place in the Sun airs weekdays on Channel 4 at 4pm.
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