A Place in the Sun presenter Laura Hamilton was forced to delete a recent post from her Instagram Stories after accidentally exposing her bank card.
Laura, 39, soon received messages from a few followers, who alerted the star that her card would be used by savvy social media users.
The travel and property expert quickly deleted the post from her social media page before informing her fans as to why.
In a follow-up post, the TV personality could be seen smiling in a selfie whilst holding up her Revolut card as she explained her blunder.
She captioned the post: “Deleted my last stories because a few people said they would use my bank card!
‘Anyway this is the card I use abroad when I am travelling and spending money!’
The picture was posted to her 136,000 Instagram followers.
Moving swiftly forward to her next update, the presenter shared a video on her Story, announcing the next series of her Channel 4 show.
She said: ‘On another note, loads of you have been asking when the new series of A Place in the Sun starts.
‘It starts right now on Channel 4 — amazing houses, amazing prices, and lots of the properties are getting snapped up (clicks fingers) like that. Enjoy.’
Laura is currently in France filming the hit property show.
Posting to her Instagram feed yesterday, she shared a snap from the trip in a coral-coloured sleeveless dress in the French village.
She captioned the post: ‘Auvillar – Unsurprisingly voted the 4th prettiest Village in France… I’d like to visit the 1st, 2nd and 3rd!
‘This week I’m back in France house hunting in the Tarn-et-Garonne region @aplaceinthesunofficial. Let’s see what beautiful property gems we can find with a budget of £185k.’
The sun-kissed snap yielded a cautious remark from TV and Radio’s Sonali Shah who said: ‘I have anxiety about those heels on those cobbles,’ to which Laura responded with three face with tears of joy emojis.
In her latest post, the star took to her feed – pictured in the same dress – to tease the idea of weekly blog posts.
She asked her followers whether once a week would be ‘too much or too little’ and would focus on anything from travel, fitness and business to property home and interior design.
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