#APlaceInTheSun’s Jasmine Harman ‘opts for SAFETY of the pool’ after ...

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Jasmine Harman has been busy shooting for A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away? in Calpe, Spain, when she suffered a “painful” moment. The Channel 4 favourite enjoyed a dip in the see after shooting wrapped, but all did not go to plan. The 43-year-old failed to muster the “courage” to return the following day, despite the heatwave. She spoke in view of her 24,000 Instagram followers, saying she had opted for the “safety of the pool” instead.

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I opted to stay in the safety of the pool for my post work swim tonight

Jasmine Harman

Jasmine had at first revealed: “Post work swim! Pre jellyfish sting! The question is, am I brave enough to get back in the sea today after work…?”

She also added the hashtags: “#swimming #cool #sea #bikini @marksandspencer @marksandspencerfashionpr,” before adding on her stories: “So I’ve just been for a lovely swim after work with Steve my director and we were just saying how lovely it was and then I got stung by a jellyfish. It’s quite painful.”

With just her top half out of the water, the small screen regular flashed plenty of cleavage as she posed in what appeared to be a swimsuit.

Keeping her sunglasses on top of her head, Jasmine’s ample assets were impossible to miss in her patterned swimwear.

Just hours later, the mother-of-two shared a close-up selfie in the same look, this time accessorising with delicate dangly earrings.

“I opted to stay in the safety of the pool for my post work swim tonight! Maybe I’ll get some more courage up tomorrow… #chicken #jellyfish

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