TV presenter Jasmine Harman looked stunning as she dazzled in a green dress as she soaked up the sun during filming in France.
Jasmine, 47, has been working on a 'secret project' abroad and she has given fans a sneak peek through a series of behind-the-scenes snaps.
The star, who is most recogniseable for her role on A Place in the Sun, kept her hair slicked back for her days of filming in the sunshine.
In one snap, Jasmine could be seen crouched down as she looked at the monitor on one of the cameras, likely to approve one of the takes for her show.
She could be seen surrounded by crew holding various different pieces of filming equipment.
On the Instagram story, a sticker caption read: "That's a wrap."
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Before filming appeared to come to a close, Jasmine gave fans another glimpse of what she was up to by confirming she had spent the day filming at a flower market in France.
Speaking to the camera, Jasmine said: "So, this morning, I'm in France, I'm filming at this lovely flower market and I've just been given some lily of the valley because apparently it is a French tradition at the beginning of May!"
She showed them off to the camera as she beamed about her gift.
It comes just days after the TV star risked injury when she took a tumble at home.
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In the short clip, Jasmine can be seen running around her open plan white kitchen as she chases her dog.
She suddenly slips and falls, smacking the side of the cabinet, and remains on the floor.
Jasmine's family can be heard laughing in the background.
The TV host told fans the fall was "more painful than childbirth".
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