A Place in the Sun guest shut down by wife as he makes comment about chores

A guest on A Place in the Sun was shut down by his own wife when he made a comment about his share of the chores during a viewing.

In the Channel 4 episode on Friday (May 21) Donna and Terry were trying to find their ideal holiday home in Spain with the help of presenter Laura Hamilton and were impressed with the kitchen in one of the properties.

"Ooh, that's a great size," said an enthusiastic-sounding Donna.

Laura asked: "Is this more along the lines of what you were hoping for?"

"Yeah, definitely. There is loads of space there," said Donna, who was disappointed by the lack of countertop room at previous homes.

Terry then chipped in: "What a pleasure it will be washing up with that view there, looking out at the mountain there.

"I'll probably spend all my time washing up."

Donna then laughed drily and said: "Don't think so."

The couple were searching for their dream home in Manilva on the Costa del Sol with a maximum budget of £135,000 but told Laura they had never visited the area prior to being on the show.

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Unfortunately, they were not won over by the four apartments and one house that Laura managed to find and didn't put in any offers at the end of the show.

Meanwhile, viewers seemed distracted by Laura's bright pink dress and yellow coat combination, with several making cheeky remarks about the outfit on Twitter.

This comes after fans of the show were shocked when guests made an offer of £15,000 below the asking price despite the villa having no structural issues.

And tensions seemed to flare in another episode when presenter Ben Hillman told guests to "buzz off" after they had a disappointing viewing.

Viewers were also irate when they had to watch the "worst properties" in a single show.

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