A Place In The Sun presenter Jasmine Harman hit with ‘sad news’

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Jasmine Harman, 47, thanked her husband, Jon Boast, for his support after receiving “four lots” of sad news in one week. The star shared a black and white photo of her snuggling into Jon on Instagram while sharing their close bond.

She typed: “Well this week has been an absolute downer.

“Four lots of tremendously sad news in one week.

“I am so grateful to have @jboasty_dop by my side to get through some of the more upsetting stuff.

“Thank you for always being there for me and being my rock. Love you,” she added.

Her A Place In The Sun co-stars rushed to lend Jasmine their support in the comments.

Lee Juggernauth commented: “Sending you love.”

While Scarlette Douglas echoed Lee’s sentiment, typing: “Sending you love.”

Jasmine has been with cameraman Jon since the pair met on the set of A Place In The Sun.

The couple got married in 2009 following five years of dating and went on to have two children, a son named Albion and a daughter, Joy.

Recently Jasmine has spoken on her devastation of learning that her long-term co-star Jonnie Irwin is unwell.

Jonnie, 49, revealed back in November last year that he has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Sharing a message of support, Jasmine wrote on Instagram: “Sending lots of love and support to my great friend and original partner in crime @jonnieirwintv.

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“Love to you and your beautiful family [heart emoji] #inspirational #friends #brave #positivity.”

In an interview alongside his wife Jessica, the property expert told Hello: “I don’t know how long I have left but I try to stay positive and my attitude is that I’m living with cancer, not dying from it.

“I set little markers – things I want to be around for. I got into the habit of saying: ‘Don’t plan ahead because I might not be well enough.’

“But now I want to make plans. I want to make memories and capture these moments with my family because the reality is, my boys are going to grow up not knowing their dad and that breaks my heart.”

Jonnie shares three-year-old son Rex and two-year-old twins Rafa and Cormac with his wife Jessica, and had kept his illness private until now.

The TV presenter was in Italy in August 2020, filming for A Place in the Sun, when he got the first warning sign that something was wrong when his vision went blurry while driving.

Tests soon revealed he had lung cancer which had spread to his brain.

“Within a week of flying back from filming, I was being given six months to live,” he recalled.

“I had to go home and tell my wife, who was looking after our babies, that she was on her own, pretty much. That was devastating. All I could do was apologise to her. I felt so responsible.”

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