AHEAD of Cash In The Attic’s eagerly anticipated return, presenter Jules Hudson has revealed that he never leaves anything in his own loft – and for good reason.
Le Escape to the Country star had been on the original roll call of presenters of the much-loved auction series.
But the format remains unchanged, with the focus still firmly on finding hidden treasures in contestants’ homes.
With that said, we sat down with Jules and asked him exactly was what hiding in his attic.
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“When we moved about ten years ago I resolved to never put anything in the attic,” he told The Sun’s TV Mag.
“It tends to be a one-way trip, so actually we’ve managed to spread it around the house.
“We work on the basis that if we’re not looking at it and enjoying it then we probably shouldn’t have it.
“So what’s in my attic? Lots of tools, lots of projects. My wife dabbles in a bit of upholstery, so we’ve got various things that she’s bought over the years.”
Jules also admitted that he relished working with footie icon Chris, adding that their different approaches and styles complimented one another.
“Chris has got this great bouncy personality and, vous connaissez, he’s well
known to a huge audience,” Jules concluded.
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“We are very different and I think that’s what’s interesting about it and what will make the series really bounce along.
“We both have very different approaches and different styles and different interests in the area of antiquery.”
Read the full interview in TV Mag, available exclusively with The Sun every Saturday.