A Place in the Sun fans were left baffled after the usually warm show turned cold with buyers left shivering in t-shirts during property search.
In the Monday night (Sept 18) instalment of the popular Channel 4 show saw Laura Hamilton in the beautiful Lecrin Valley in Granada Province with potential buyers Helyn and Kamil. Armed with a budget of £200,000, they also wanted somewhere that could one day become their permanent home.
The self-declared "foodies" were looking for somewhere they could "relax" in the sunshine, as well as "drift from restaurant to restaurant" as they told the host they "enjoyed tasting Spanish food and wine."
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In-keeping with their love for Spanish culture, the Brits were hoping to buy a "traditionally Spanish property". They ideally wanted an apartment or townhouse with a pool — but said they would consider a terraced property if it was close enough to local amenities.
The couple told Laura that they chose the area because it was the location where they shared some of their "most chilled" vacations. However, fans noticed that the pair were having a literally chilly property search before the hunt was even underway.
As ever, Laura had five properties lined up to show her potential buyers, but many viewers watching at home spotted a problem. Host Laura wore a jumper dress, while Helyn was said to be "shivering" in a t-shirt.
Taking to X, formerly Twitter, a viewer said: "A Place in the cold today? Laura's in wool and the buyers look right chilly."
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Another user added: "Definitely filmed in the winter this one. Laura's got a jumper on and the woman's shivering #aplaceinthesun".
A third commented: "Why do I feel like it's warmer here now than it is there?"
"They're mostly filmed in winter, hence the empty beaches!" a fourth wrote.
A Place in the Sun airs weekdays at 4pm on Channel 4 and All 4.
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