Death In Paradise's Josephine Jobert panics after baby news on set 'Wasn't ...

Death In Paradise: Josephine Jobert on holding baby

French actress Josephine Jobert, best known for playing Detective Sergeant Florence Cassell in Death In Paradise, has shared her shock after reading the script for the show's latest episode. The BBC star took to Instagram to explain how she believed a "fake baby doll" would be used for the instalment, only to be told otherwise last-minute.

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The 35-year-old was convinced that the production staff had no intention of using real babies for Death In Paradise.

It comes after JP (played by Tobi Bakare) welcomed twins during the third offering of the BBC show.

Josephine was told just an hour before filming the scene she would have to hold a real baby and she "panicked inside".

The small-screen star admitted handling babies made her nervous.

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Josephine Jobert opened up on Instagram about her shockJosephine Jobert opened up on Instagram about her shock (Image: INSTAGRAM JOSEPHINE JOBERT)

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"When I read the script and read that scene where Florence is holding a baby, I was 100 per cent sure that it would be a fake baby, like a doll," Josephine mused, in view of her 72,000 followers.

"One hour before filming that scene I found out that it was going to be a real baby, so I panicked because I'm not used to babies."

She continued: "I knew there were tiny newborn babies in

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