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How old is A Place In The Sun’s Jasmine Harman and how many siblings does she have?

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The US Sun
 2021-02-03

JASMINE Harman presents Channel 4's A Place in the Sun alongside Jonnie Irwin.

She puts her skills to the test to try and find the ideal home on the market for a lucky couple.

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Jasmine Harman is a presenter on Channel 4's A Place in the Sun Credit: Supplied

Who is A Place In The Sun's Jasmine Harman?

Born in Hackney on November 15, 1975, Jasmine Harman is a presenter, radio presenter, property expert and writer.

Before making a foray into television, Jasmine, 45, had a career in health and fitness and is a qualified fitness instructor.

Jasmine has presented A Place in the Sun with Jonnie since 2004 and they have filmed over 200 episodes together.

Harman is also a regular on BBC Radio Kent where she joins PJ and Harris for the Sunday Supplement.

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Jasmine presents the Channel 4 show alongside Jonnie Irwin Credit: Handout

How many siblings does she have?

Jasmine Harman is the eldest of seven children.

She has two half siblings on her father's side, and one half sibling on her mother's.

Jasmine has Greek-Cypriot ancestry and many of her family members live in Cyprus, while her closer family reside in England.

Jasmine lives in a 1930s house in Carshalton, South London, with her cameraman husband Jon Boast and two young children, six-year-old Joy and Albion, four.

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Jasmine is married to cameraman Jon Boast and the pair have two young children

What other TV shows has she appeared on?

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Away from the Channel 4 lifestyle series, she fronted the BBC One documentary Britain's Compulsive Shoppers in August 2014.

She was a presenter on the programme The Truth About Your Teeth which was broadcast on BBC One in June 2015.

Jasmine presented the second series of Collectaholics on BBC, she took over from Mel Giedroyc who hosted the first series in 2014.

In 2011 Jasmine featured in BBC1 documentary, My Hoarder Mum and Me, as she and her siblings tried to help their mother Vasoulla stop hoarding.

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