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A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton to spill on career hopes and on-set secrets

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A Place In The Sun's Laura Hamilton is set to open up to Daily Star about her behind the scenes secrets and her plans for the future.Laura is best known as the Channel 4 property programme's resident expert and can regularly be seen hopping from country to country, showing eager hopefuls the homes of their dreams.Now the focus is set on Laura as she discusses her past experiences on the show, her former modelling days and where she is planning on going next in her career.READ MORE: A Place in the Sun fans gobsmacked at couple's expectations for low budget holiday homeLaura will join Daily Star journalist Carly Hacon for a Facebook Live interview today (September 23) at 11am to talk all things A Place In The Sun.The property programme first aired 22 years ago and Laura joined the cast back in 2012.Since then, Hamilton has helped many couples secure their dream homes in sunnier climes as countless British families have relocated abroad thanks to the show.The star recently updated eager fans and teased new episodes of the popular Channel 4 programme.She took to Instagram and wrote: "House hunting on the Costa Del Sol this week and it's surprisingly hot!"Keen followers gathered in the comments to grill the property presenter on when the new series will be released.One fan wrote: "Hopefully new shows soon as [Channel] 4 are [showing] repeats and [I've] seen them all."Another asked: "When is the next new series?"Aside from her loyal followers' questions, Laura was showered in compliments over her new selfie.The picture showed Hamilton wearing a skin tight green dress covered in leopard print spots as she placed a hand on her hip and beamed for the camera.Fans called her "gorgeous," complimented her "fantastic dress" and noted.

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