A Place In The Sun presenter Danni Menzies has told how she has "tough" relationships with her Channel 4 co-stars.
The 33-year-old host has said she finds it difficult to spend time with her colleagues outside of filming – except for Scarlette Douglas, 32, as they are a similar age.
Danni, who is a property expert, revealed her feelings during a chat with Express.
She told the publication: "Scarlette and I are quite good friends. We hang out and catch up whenever we can."
Danni continued: "We’re a similar sort of age, similar sort of life situation, so we’re good friends."
Danni went on: "Then the others it’s tough, we don’t get to see them very much because you’re always going off in other directions."
However, Danni said there is no bad blood and they meet up when they can.
She continued: "I bumped into Laura Hamilton for the first time on a plane and I’ve met Jasmine Harman at a few events. We all get on great. Everyone seems really nice."
Danni joined the show back in 2016 following a successful broadcasting career.
Speaking on filming with social distancing measures in place, she opened up on what it's like.
Danni said: "We obviously have to keep our distance now and whenever we’re not filming we have to have our masks on, so it means keeping your makeup on is much more difficult!"
"Everything takes a bit longer and is a bit trickier. But everyone is working really hard to make it happen, but it does make it difficult,” she said.
"I can’t go in as many rooms, or stay in them for as long. We have got all these protocols in place with Channel 4 that we have to follow."
But Danni reassured that fans watching will not be able to notice a difference.
She continued: "It definitely made filming a lot stricter, we’re still managing fine and I saw one of the videos after the edit the other day and actually you can’t really tell.
"We have done a really good job of you not being able to tell.
"So hopefully it will be the same bit of escapism when people watch it they won’t remember coronavirus is happening."
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